Check this page and our Strava club page often, for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. Rides require, at minimum, an appropriate bike in good working order, water, and a helmet. We suggest a spare tube, energy food, maybe a little cash in case we stop, and your biggest smile! Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there — and have fun!

Group Rides

Join us and other bike clubs on one of these fun rides. Whether you are new to cycling or an old pro, there is a ride that's right for you.

Day Start Time Description Location Phone

Every Wednesday

6 pm

(April-September 2018) Our Wednesday evening group rides are for performance cyclists who enjoy being challenged by their peers to excel. This group typically averages 20mph+ an hour, and does 30-40 miles per ride. Helmets and working taillights are required.

Our Store

574.825.2252

Monday

4:30 PM

(May-August only) Our Monday Mountain Bike Meet-Ups at the Schoolhouse Trailhead are great for meeting up and developing skills with other riders in the area. Riders typically will start showing up at 4:30pm with all encouraged to join throughout the day. Riders stop at the Trailhead by the Schoolhouse parking lot each lap, so there will be riders coming through there at regular intervals for additional riders to team up with. After a couple of laps, we encourage everyone to stay, hangout, and swap stories afterwards.

Bonneyville Mill MTB Trail

574-825-2252

Every Thursday

6 PM

(May-September) This group is for riders who are interested in riding with, and meeting other cyclists who ride at a similar pace: at less than a 15 mph average. You do NOT need to be an experienced cyclist, or even a "cyclist" at all to join this ride, but of course you certainly can be! All skill levels, ages and bike styles accepted. We just ask that you wear a helmet and have working lights affixed to your bike. Rides begin at 6 pm and leave from Pumpkinvine Cyclery, and will typically average around 15 miles in length on the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail (give or take, depending on that night's riders!). We hope to see you there!

Pumpkinvine Cyclery

574-825-2252

Local Cycling Events

Some of these events require fund-raising to benefit charitable organizations. Call for further information.

Date Event Name Location Description Phone

Aug 25, 2018

Tour de Donut

Troy, Ohio

Join 3000 other fun seekers and 16000 donuts at a dozen years of Tour de Donut. Riders visit donut stops along the 18, 32 and 64 mile Double D courses and eat donuts. For each donut eaten five minutes is deducted from your finish time. The Glazer donut is worth a ten minute deduction if you can finish it. Belt Buckles and Rudy Project to the winners for donut adjusted times in age groups. Podium awards ceremony. Free kids events. Regisration includes event shirt, legendary finisher medal, all the donuts you can eat, coffee, milk and other ride snacks, chipped timing and awards. Courses are flat rural county roads with police support. Free camping and Sugar Rush hangover ride on Sunday. Double D course visits Indian Creek Distillery. Join us for Donut Jam with live music and beer Friday and Saturday.

Aug 25, 2018

Ride 4 A Reason 2018

Shipshewana, Indiana

This is a fun casual ride with all proceeds benefitting Orphan Nutrition Sponsorship to be able to provide vital nutrition to orphaned and vulnerable children around the world.

Sep 9, 2018

UNCLE JOHN'S DIRTY RIDE

Gratiot County, Michigan.

Uncle John's Dirty Ride is a chip timed cycling event across the flat, fast, dirt roads of Gratiot County, Michigan. Utilizing the ever popular Uncle John's Cider Mill grounds as the start/finish, the course(s) will traverse through the wooded Saginaw/Gratiot Game Area and backroads lined with10 foot high corn fields. 99% of the course is on dirt roads.

Sep 15, 2018

LORD OF THE SPRINGS

Hastings, MI

Mountain bikers have been climbing up and careening down the legendary Yankee Springs bike trails for over 30 years. More recently, they’ve been joined by bikers hammering the nearby gravel roads of Barry County and the Barry Roubaix race. Never have the two merged together until now at the Lord of the Springs bike race.

Sep 23, 2018

Bike Michiana for Hospice

South Bend, Indiana

The 10th Annual Bike Michiana for Hospice will take place on Sunday, September 23, 2018. We have some exciting changes in store, so check back soon for more information. We expect to open registration on or before April 30. Thanks for your interest and stay tuned!

Sep 29, 2018

MICHIGAN MOUNTAIN MAYHEM

Boyne City MI

The Gravel Grinder is a gravel road race like nothing you can imagine. This event is limited to 2000 riders. Expect lots of fast gravel mixed with some tough climbs, multiple sections of tough seasonal roads which have sand, mud and rocks and also a white knuckle descent. Whatever bike/tire you choose it will be the wrong one at some point. This route will test your mental sanity.

Sep 30, 2018

Apple Cider Century

Three Oaks, MI

The Apple Cider Century in Three Oaks, Michigan is a bicycle tour of the countryside and towns of Southwest Michigan. Riders enjoy the food, sights and sounds and camaraderie of fall cycling.

Oct 6, 2018

Hilly Hundred

Ellettsville, Indiana

Perennial winner of Bicycling Magazine and the League of American Bicyclists Best Biking in America Awards. The Central Indiana Bicycling Association, Inc. (CIBA) is proud to sponsor the 50th Annual Hilly Hundred Weekend, a classic bicycling event designed for the touring cyclists. If you like a bicycling challenge that includes entertainment and fellowship with more than 2,000 cyclists from over 40 states and several foreign countries, the Hilly is for you.

Oct 27, 2018

LOWELL 50

Lowell MI

The Lowell 50 is a classic old world style gravel road race. You’ll race along the banks of the Flat River and through rural Ionia County on approximately 85% unpaved roads. You may choose from either the 57 or 34 mile race, both routes are single loops. The courses are challenging, scenic, and fun. Including one historic wooden covered bridge dating back to the mid-1800s’. The Lowell 50 will be the series finale for the MGRS and awards ceremony will take place after the race.

In-Store Clinics and Workshops

There are currently no work-shops scheduled at this time. Please check back often for upcoming dates!