The Bike MS: Great Lakes Bavarian Breakaway is a figure eight route that starts and finishes in Frankenmuth, Michigan’s Little Bavaria.The route follows along the cass River and you'll pedal through quaint towns and along serene roads. This will be a great event for the whole family whether you are cycling or decide to enjoy the city’s attractions and great shopping. A tent camping option will be provided outside the Harvey Kern Pavilion for both Friday and Saturday nights. Riders may also choose to make their own hotel or camping reservations (at their own expense) at a variety of lodging establishments in town. After the ride, we invite all of our registered cyclists to celebrate and enjoy great food and festivities at the Finish Line Celebration.
The minimum pledge requirement is $250 per rider for this ride.
We have route options for cyclists of every level. The routes available for each day are 30, 50, 75, or 100 miles. The ride is fully supported with catered rest stops, bike mechanics, full meals, and support vehicles. Invite your family and friends to cheer as you cross the finish line and enjoy a wonderful evening celebration. A fantastic finish awaits you with great food, music, and massages.
Bike MS will take you further than you’ve ever gone before. It’s not the miles that matter — it’s the unforgettable journey. Join us for an event that’s more than a ride — it’s anticipation, camaraderie, personal accomplishment, and the knowledge that you’re changing lives… making every mile that much sweeter.
ARE YOU A FIRST TIME RIDER?
The Ticket to Ride program offers a FREE registration to first time Michigan Bike MS participants. Just choose your ride above and enter MIGT2R15 (case sensitive) in the discount code box when registering. Registration fees are not refundable so please be sure to enter the discount code when registering.
We would like to thank all of the volunteers that give their time and expertise to take photos at our Bike MS events! They help to create memories that many of us will treasure for years to come. Photos may be found at Flickr. Here is a link to instructions on how to save your photos to the site and a step-by-step guide to download and save photos.