by Copper Country Cycling Club
The Upper Peninsula’s golden season is upon us, and what better way to explore the stunning fall colors than on your bike with the 49th Annual Copper Country Color Tour?
Get ready to pedal through the stunning Keweenaw Peninsula, adorned in vibrant autumn hues. Whether you’re a cycling pro or a newbie, we have the perfect route for you: choose from 60, 115 or 210 kilometers of cycling bliss. Fuel up at aid stations along the way, stocked with snacks and drinks to keep you energized.
Road riding is not your thing? You are not afraid of getting dirty? You crave a different kind of challenge? Embrace the first ever Dirty Dieter — a self-supported gravel route for the fearless. Conquer sand, mud and the heart of the Keweenaw on your gravel or mountain bike during an 80-mile dirt adventure.
Takeoff is on Sept. 30 at 8 a.m. from the R. L. Smith Building (MEEM) on campus. Secure your spot now on our event registration webpage.
For more info and a route preview, visit our website.