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HomeEventsAnnual Kites Over Lake Michigan Ride RESCHEDULED to SUNDAY 9/5!

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Annual Kites Over Lake Michigan Ride RESCHEDULED to SUNDAY 9/5!

When:
Sunday, September 5, 2021, 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where:
Neshotah Beach (northern most end of parking lot, where the road & beach come together).
Neshotah Beach
Two Rivers, WI  54241
Contact(s):
Dawn Goodman
Category:
Ride-Non-BSBC
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Helmet required. Please have your bike in good riding condition. We stop along the way to & from Manitowoc to see various sites--stop as you wish. Bring a Bike Lock. BYO lunch or pick something up along the ride route. Suggest you bring a chair or blanket/towel to sit on for afterwards if you plan on watching the kite events.

As of last year, the Event grounds MOVED due to the beach erosion. They moved to Two Rivers High School, 4519 Lincoln Ave, Two Rivers. It was a brief ride to get out to the location from our parking/meeting place. We will update info on the event as it becomes available.

Meet at the northern most end of Neshotah Beach parking lot in Two Rivers at 9 am. Then ride south along the bike trail to Manitowoc & back. A very CASUAL, No drop ride, 10-12 mph., regrouping as needed. Options for fun:  Manitowoc Breakwater/Lighthouse; Manitowoc Farmer’s Market;  grab a beverage at the Wharf  (an outdoor bar & music venue made from a Shipping Container) or the new Sub Pub  atop the Maritime Museum; grab goodies at Beernstens chocolate/icecream shop;  enjoy free gorgeous flowers/plants at the “Gardens On The Lake”. BYO lunch or pick something up along the ride to have a late lunch back where we started at the beach. *Optional/additional Riding : you can also go north along the shore out to Point Beach State Forest to grab a swim &/or concession at their beach.