Wind: 5 mph
NORTH COUNTRY 100 BICYCLE TOUR
"always the 3rd Saturday of July"
JULY 18, 2015 – Saturday
(rain date is Sunday)
Proudly presented by
And Our 2015 Tour Sponsors
100 Mile - Western UP Convention and Visitor Bureau
100 Km - Hobby Wheel, Ironwood
25 Mile - Ma's Place Cafe, Wakefield
Riders will travel over rolling terrain, past lakes and forests and enjoy the wildflowers and scenery of the Upper Peninsula. Routes for the 100 mile and 100 kilometer are designed with more experienced riders in mind. The 25 mile route follows a moderate terrain. All three tours are open to any rider aged 12 and older, so riders should keep in mind their own limits.
RIDE START TIME (C.D.T.) 100 mile and 100k at 8 am - 25 mile at 8:45 am
LOCATION: Start/Finish - East Pavilion on north side of Sunday Lake, Wakefield, MI
REGISTRATION FEES: OnLine Entry Fees prior to July 2 - $25.00 - after July 2 - $30.00 (add $5 day of ride)
Children under age 10 riding in safety seats, trailers or tandems ride free.
Registration fees are non-refundable
Day of Tour: $35 from 6:30 to 7:30 am
Checks payable to and Mail To : Wakefield Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 93, Wakefield, Ml 49968
REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES: Commemorative T-Shirts, Maps, Route Markings, Check points, Fresh fruit and Refreshments. A meal is provided after completion of tour at East Pavilion. There will be Courtesy Vehicles covering the Route. Please supply your own water bottles, tire pumps and tire repair supplies.
100 Mile Tour –Must be registered before July 10, and a minimum of 10 riders required to hold the 100 Mile.
(if not held – entry will be transferred to 100 km or 25 mile tour)
REGISTER by June 30 for a Commemorative T-shirt. No T-shirts after 7/4.
DIFFICULTY: The North Country 100 is appropriate for 12 years and older of all skill levels. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. 25 mile route is moderate terrain -100 K & 100 mile rolling terrain.
HELMETS MANDATORY: Studies prove helmets dramatically cut the severity of head injuries in collisions and falls. You must wear an approved helmet on the ride.
LODGING: Regal Country Inn/Bed & Breakfast (906) 229-5122 - Bingo's Motel (906) 229-5593 - City Campground (906) 229-5131.
RESTAURANTS - SNACKS: Available Locally
Committee: Carole Lillar, Ric Olson, Jack Lillar and Pam Iacullo