Heading up to Michigan on a trip. Basically brewery hopping up into Grand rapids. That will be base camp. Anybody have any advice on where I should be heading for some good riding? Hopefully twisties?
Starting at Harbor Springs nort' of Petoskey I believe following along the lake past Cross Village and onto Mackinaw after Wilderness Point.Tunnel of trees on the lake Michigan lake shore, takes you almost to the bridge, but it is a slower ride. was on a group ride so can't quit remember how to get there, but you should be albe to look it up.
I didn't really get too far north of Grand Rapids, unfortunately I was out voted (turns out people without warriors care WAY less about twisities). But we did find some really nice riding around Gun lake/Yankee springs. Not sure what town it was, but between Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo. And on your (and several others) advice, we spent the majority of our Sat night at Hopcat.... Holy **** that place rocks. The crack fries, as well as EVERYTHING (including the women) else was top notch. Good lookin out man.I've ridden part of the highlighted portion from muskegon to ludington from the link that arizona posted. Some twisties. Hard to come by good twisties in michigan. Its pretty flat everywhere in the lower penninsula, but almost anything that follows the lake shore is beautiful. I am heading up to the tunnel in a month. Gonna spend the weekend with some fellow enthusiasts at burt lake state park.
You should Stop into The Hop Cat. Get some Crack fries. They also have an amazing selection of beers from all the michigan and other great lakes micro breweries.
I see from your profile you're from Grand Rapids. Any chance the Purple warrior I saw while I was riding around was you? Regardless, I got super excited ( I don't often see other warriors).Starting at Harbor Springs nort' of Petoskey I believe following along the lake past Cross Village and onto Mackinaw after Wilderness Point.
This is going to take another 2 days of riding at least though.
I gotta guess it was on Division or 28th or Alpine. IDK, could be alot of different areas.
The group I went with arrived about 10 or 11 on Saturday. We walked around for about an hour or so then took off. That's what happens when your a novice rider and have to stick with the group.I have a midnite and did not see the wings fan at Baldwin.