Pre-order your very own CHTC jersey! 

**Pre-Orders are now CLOSED**

CHTC Jersey 2014

The NEW Copper Harbor Trails Club Jersey is available for PRE-ORDER in 3 styles: Sport Cut with 3/4 zipper (Mens and Womens Cut), Downhill 3/4 Sleeve and Loose Fit Urban Jersey with 1/2 zip. This is a custom order and will take 4-6 weeks to get printed. Jerseys are $70 each. You can choose to pick-up your jersey at the Keweenaw Adventure Company in Cooper Harbor (or make other arrangements with Lori) or you may have it shipped to you for a cost of $15 s/h. Jerseys should be here by the end of May, just in time for riding season!  

Jerseys are being supplied by Primal Wear, here are the links to the styles, jersey details and sizing charts.

http://www.primalcustom.com/products/jerseys/menssportcut.html

http://www.primalcustom.com/products/jerseys/womenssportcut.html

http://www.primalcustom.com/products/allmountain/downhilljersey.html
http://www.primalcustom.com/products/allmountain/loosefiturbanjersey.html

Based on previous orders: club fit jerseys run a size small, dh jerseys run a size large and we are told urban jerseys are pretty true to size.  Plan your order accordingly.

If you have any questions let us know via our contact form or contact us on Facebook.  

**CHTC will have a limited number of extra jerseys available once the order arrives at the end of May.**

Thanks for all the support!

-Lori (CHTC Executive Director)

Bell's Beer Copper Harbor Trails Festival
August 30th & 31st, 2014

Online Registration Now Open!

from left Aaron Rogers, Kyle Grieshop,
Mike Hyslop and Sam Aden.
Courtesy of Adam Johnson.

Aerial Photo of the Keweenaw Point

Courtesy of Adam Johnson.

With the state of Michigan’s recent purchase of land on the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula, it has been a dream of the Copper Harbor Trails Club(CHTC) to expand its trail system to include a hiking/biking trail, which will explore this scenic landscape. This dream project has sparked the interest of several people, businesses and organizations hoping the assist, including, we are proud to say, the MTU School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science.

Recently, Mike Hyslop, the coordinator of the Master’s of Geographic Information Science Program along with two students and Aaron Rogers, trail

Got to love that Marqutte snow bike scene!