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You are donating to the triple trail challenge 2022. You can ride Friday the 16th unsupported or Saturday the 17th or both! Food and party on the beach Saturday the 17th starting at noon with food cut off at 4 PM. Food requires a ticket until everyone is fed. There will also be Wolverine State Brewing beer available for five dollars a pint. Wristband is required for entry to the afterparty and for food.
Please note that the event is pre-register and pre-pay only. After checkout you will be able to pick up your number plate, food pass, wristband, map and any purchased gear at Tree Fort Bikes at 1866 Whittaker Rd, Ypsilanti, between September 12th and September 16th. We will also have a pick-up night at Wolverine State Brewery in the parking lot Thursday September 15 7:00 to 9:00.
You will be required to have a number plate on your bike while you ride, and you will only be able to ride some sections of the trail with a number plate on the bike. The DNR has indicated that this will be strictly enforced.
Ride with friends or meet some new ones while you join up to 1500 fellow riders on the trail!
Join Tree Fort Bikes in supporting the Potawatomi Mountain Biking Association. Proceeds from Triple Trail Challenge will be dedicated to the Poto Revitalization Project (aka Poto Project).
The Potawatomi Mountain Bike Association has set a target to raise $300K over three years to support enhancing the sustainability and user experience of the Potowatomi trail.
They need your support this year more than ever, as this is their largest fundraiser of the year. Be sure to bring food and water for the ride, as well as a spare tube, pump and all the other things you might need for a 45 plus mile ride! On Saturday only, we will have one aid station on the course near midway, but it is only intended to be supplementary.
Please note: the ride will alternate direction on the DTE trail as per usual based on the day.
The ride starts at the Poto trailhead at Pinckney State Park, where you will meet the climbs and descents that Poto is known for, gradually progressing into Waterloo then the DTE Energy Foundation Trail, sampling some of all 4 of the loops. Weave in a few gravel roads then find your way back to the Poto for an epic finish and party at Silver Lake!
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