Chippewa Hills Pathway Mountain Bike Race
Saturday September 6th, 2014
Hosted by Thunder Bay Trails Association
In cooperation with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The race will take place at the Chippewa Hills Pathway.
Chippewa Hills Pathway is located in the Mackinaw State Forest approximately 18 miles southwest of the City of Alpena.
The course is moderately hilly interspersed with fast down hills. The course is dry, hard and fast. The course is a nine-mile loop that will be challenging for all skill levels. Beginner class will do 1 lap, sport class 2 laps, expert 3 laps.
THE BLOWDOWN ON THE #11 GOING TOWARD #12 SINGLE TRACK HAS BEEN CLEARED BY THE TRAILMASTERS. ENJOY THE RIDE.
Experience a unique 5K course that encompasses a 60 year-old limestone quarry on the scenic shores of Lake Huron, all proceeds benefiting The Alpena Cancer Center.
We are excited to announce our first ever charity fundraising event. The “Quarry Run/Walk” is a 5K event with all proceeds benefiting the Cancer Center at Alpena Regional Medical Center. The Cancer Center is a partnership with the University of Michigan and provides comprehensive cancer care to the residents of northeast Michigan. Our goal is to raise $25,000 to benefit new equipment upgrades for ARMC. This unique event will take place on Saturday, August 16, 2014 at the Lafarge Presque Isle Quarry. Participants will compete on a course that encompasses the 60 year old mining operation and its serene landscape, which is located on the pristine shores of Lake Huron.
EARLY REGISTRATION RATES FOR THIS EVENT END AUGUST 1ST!
Registration starts at 8 a.m. on August 16th, 2014
9 a.m. 5K Quarry Run/Walk Starts
10:30 a.m. Awards Ceremony & Breakfast for Participants
12:00 p.m. – 5 p.m. 60th Anniversary Celebration (Open to the Public)
Download the Event Brochure Here.
Please also consider donating online to the Alpena Cancer Center
There will be a 2nd meeting for the purposed Road Cycling Route Maps in the Alpena area.
Meeting will take place at the Cabin Creek Coffee Shop 5Pm on July 10,2014
Anyone is welcome we urge TBTA board members to attend.
WHEN: SATURDAY, JULY 5
WHERE: ROTARY ISLAND, THUNDER BAY RIVER, NEAR THE NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
REGISTRATION: 9:00 to 10:00
STARTING TIME: 10:30
Entry Form Requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Friday, July 4
Times: 8:30 1 Mile Run/Walk
9:00 5 K Run/Walk
REGISTRATION STARTS AT 7:00 am
Where: APLEX on Woodward Avenue
Entry Form Request: email@example.com
The annual 2014 Ales for Trails is almost here ! Thunder Bay Trails will be accepting donations, running a membership drive, viewing a U.P. Fatbiking documentary (20min), playing games, easter egg hunt. Along with prize giveaways, a dollar for each featured pint will be donated back to the club and there will be a special random prize draw if you ride your bicycle there. Come out and join us !
April 2, 2014
Jordan Travis – News Staff Writer The Alpena News
ALPENA – Thunder Bay Trails Association members and others heard about an idea to improve the Department of Natural Resources’ Alpena to Hillman trail Wednesday.
Emily Meyerson, a trails consultant with Top of Michigan Trails Council, talked about the plan and answered questions. The council, along with the DNR, originally had hoped to apply to the Natural Resources Trust Fund to pay for part of the project by Tuesday, but a few issues forced them to hold off for a year.
Thunder Bay Trails will host Emily Myerson at the April 2nd meeting. She will speak about the proposal to upgrade the Alpena to Hillman Rails to Trails spur.
Myerson is the trial’s coordinator for the Michigan Trails Council. She was instrumental in acquiring grant money to develop the Nest Trail which runs from Cheboygan to Alpena.
The April 2nd meeting will be held at 6pm in the Alpena Community College’s Center Building in Room 106. The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome.
Further information can be found here: http://t.co/aICaSxPXFq
Please join them in their fight against cancer by joining the team.
August 2, 2014
North End Park
Hubbard Lake, MI
This event is for the adventurous, Michigan-loving athletes. Located in Northeast, Michigan on Hubbard Lake, this event offers a view and race experience like no other. Hubbard Lake being the 4th largest shoreline distance lake in Michigan offers a beautiful, unforgettable view for the entire event. This event offers an Olympic and sprint distance triathlon, with relay options and of course the Hubbard Lake Cycling Road Race.