Ride the Keweenaw on Memorial Weekend!
The family friendly event weekend features all the great riding in the Keweenaw Region with everything from guided rides to enduro racing to social events. Ride the Keweenaw is all about having fun on your bike. In addition, new this year, the weekend will be part of an expanded "Experience the Keweenaw" event with an outdoor expo and a variety of adventures for you and your family.
Join us Friday, May 26th through Sunday, May 28th weekend rain or shine! Here's the low down: Things kick off in Greenland on Friday at 6:30 pm with a ride or hike through the Adventure Mine (bring a headlamp). Multiple groups available to fit your riding ability and/or desire. After the ride, head to the Continental Fire Company in Houghton for the Experience the Keweenaw kickoff celebration.
Saturday we begin to make our way north with guided rides at Michigan Tech Trails in Houghton, Churning Rapids Trails in Hancock, and Swedetown Trails in Calumet. There is a skills and jump clinic at Michigan Tech (preregistration required). For the rides, you can earn a raffle ticket for each ride completed for a chance a winning a sweet prize at the post ride cookout and drawing at Swedetown Trails! Happening in parallel is Experience the Keweenaw so be sure to stop by the expo being hosted at the Dee Stadium in Houghton on Saturday from 10am-4pm plus checkout the full activity schedule.
Sunday is all Copper Harbor with the Lake Superior Gravity Series Enduro, discounted shuttle service and an evening gathering in the park featuring great food at Taste of the Harbor, music, and Art Bike at the Harbor. Tickets will be available separately for the Experience the Keweenaw - Taste of the Harbor event on Sunday in the park.
Many events are free to attend and open to all. We do encourage participants to sign up to help us plan for the weekend. Full schedule/participant guide can be found below! Click on the registration button to join us. Early registration/tshirt deadline is May 10th!
If you need a place to pitch your tent, you can reserve a spot in the group campsite at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park courtesy of Keweenaw Adventure Company here.