RadTour Marquette

SUN. JULY 23

Registration is now open. Early Bird Tickets available through May 1st.

RADTOUR MARQUETTE

Join us on the 30-mile friendly yet adventurous RadTour Marquette Route traversing Southeast of Marquette, Michigan. Bike the farms and eat delicious local food prepared by rockstar chefs. The route follows beautiful Lake Superior on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail and is a mix of gravel and pavement. The bike ride starts in downtown Marquette. Bike Rental available at The Flying Moose and Lakeshore Bikes. Call to make a reservation. Coffee and light breakfast bites by Peace Pie Company will be served during Check-in. Belsolda Farm and other featured farms will be on the route. Local Rockstar Chefs will be serving up tastings of local food at each stop. We’ll top the day off with local brews and tunes at Blackrocks Brewery a few blocks away from the start. More details to come!

Want a ride Tee? Bring a used or recycled shirt to Check-in and we’ll print on it right there! On-site screen printing!

In addition to farm tours, delicious local food and brew the ride could include wild blueberry picking, cooling off in gorgeous Lake Superior and shenanigans of the like. If you are nervous about riding on gravel, let us just say- this is not a race, don’t ride an expensive carbon road bike, to get to amazing farms sometimes we have to go on a bit of gravel. Gravel can be fun and safer because there are fewer automobiles to share the road with. Ride at your own pace and enjoy the scenery.

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Northern Michigan University Partnership

Writers and Music Lovers

As a Fresh Water, Fresh Voices participant you receive a discount ticket. Get the discount when you register at the NMU website. We are excited to be partnering with the Fresh Water, Fresh Voices Writing Conference! This unique writing conference combines workshops led by outstanding published writers with activities along Lake Superior’s beautiful shores. The Hiawatha Music Festival is also taking place the same weekend. Hiawatha Festival features traditional-music styles that include bluegrass, old-time, Cajun, Celtic, acoustic blues and folk – including singer/songwriters – and dance.
RadTour Marquette
RadTour Marquette
RadTour Marquette
RadTour Marquette
RadTour Marquette