Adrian Noon Rotary’s 2017 Lenawee Bike Tour

Get the most out of your weekend getaway to Adrian by not just attending the Artalicious Fine Arts Fair, but the 2017 Lenawee Bike Tour as well! The two-day biking event is hosted by the Adrian Noon Rotary Club on September 16th and 17th. The tour features a combined program with both on-road and timed routes, along with fantastic food and a great community atmosphere. Enjoy our beautiful Michigan scenery with the option to ride the 25, 40, 62, or 100 mile routes.

Whether you’re attending with family, friends, or by yourself, our wide range of options will make your weekend in Adrian an experience you’ll never forget. What are you waiting for? Sign up today!

 

Take a closer look at what Saturday’s routes have to offer:

The 25-mile route
This route is an out-and-back ride from St John’s Lutheran lot west and north toward the southern edge of Irish Hills. This short route progresses west and south nearing 223 in Lenawee County down Wolf Creek along Country Club toward Bent Oak and finishing on W. Valley.

The 40-mile route
This route is an out-and-back ride from St John’s Lutheran lot west and north toward the southern edge of Irish Hills nearing Loch Erin and Dewy Lake turning south toward Hawkins Hwy and Hawkins Hill. The route continues south nearing 223 for several miles while progressing onto Burton and down Wolf Creek along Country Club toward Bent Oak and finishing on W. Valley.

The 62-mile route
This route features some of the area’s best biking roads throughout Irish Hills and Brooklyn. This progresses north from St John’s Lutheran crossing both Route 50 and Route 12 onto Wamplers Lake Road through Brooklyn and down Cement City Road to Taylor. An east route down Taylor and back north on Brooklyn entering the northwest corner of Michigan International Speedway (MIS) property. The staff at MIS have generated a pass though the Speedway property receiving a special designated prize while departing the property under the Route 12 exit tunnel onto 12 and south down 50 toward Dewey and south on Hawkins to Hawkins Hill. The route continues south nearing 223 for several miles while progressing onto Burton and down Wolf Creek along Country Club toward Bent Oak and finishing on W. Valley.

The 100-mile route
This route challenges experienced riders with elevations, distance, and scenery. It follows most of the 62 mile route with an added bonus on Speedway properties exiting under Route 12 exit tunnel onto 12 and south down 50 toward Dewey and south on Hawkins to Hawkins Hill and yet again heading west winding through the rich Lenawee county while progressing onto Burton and down Wolf Creek along Country Club toward Bent Oak and finishing on W. Valley.

For more information about this amazing event, visit: http://rotarylenaweebiketour.com/