In Association with National Bike Week...
Find Lake Bluff Brewing Company taste their beer, walk on 10,000 year old Glacier kames, Hollywood movie homes, get googly-eyed over king styled mansions, celebrate with Live music near beach volleyball courts, Discover two State Parks, overnight in a Cabin, the list goes on! This all comes with guided history, architecture and nature from our Tour Guides.
Pedal along ancient Shorelines, where woolly mammoths once trekked and American Indians footed through native lands. Meander and traverse through prairies and oak savannas, under leafy green canopies and wide eyed vistas. Witness the engineering brilliance of architects as you roll through canyoning towers of stone and steel marvels built by the mighty hands of men from around the world. This well deserved bike adventure is as bright as the gleaming blue waters of Lake Michigan coupled with farmland rural roads, historic towns, and rolling rivers. It will refresh the needing adventure.
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About Our Guides
Our local guides work with state agencies, historical societies and nature organizations in order to provide you with a one of kind North Eastern Illinois tour. Plus the guides are some pretty cool Adventurers themselves.
What to Bring/FAQ
A list of what's required and tips for the ride What to bring
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with event details, what to bring and most importantly your cabin lodging reservation ticket. You'll also receive an event reminder email near the event date. If you have to cancel please notify us as soon as possible so we can make the RSVP ticket available to the public again.
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3/6/2016 11:58:25 pm
Can't wait to go on this epic bike weekend!
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