Given Waterloo Recreational Area’s glacial history, the bike courses will vary from rolling hill climbs and swift descents to winding curves and rare straightaways. Some of the roads will be paved. Some of the roads may be patched. Most of the roads will be dirt and rock. Expect to get dusty. Expect to get grimy. Expect to have the time of your life!
100K: 2 loops that wind through Waterloo’s more than 20,000 acres.
50K: Condenses the best that the 100K offers into half the distance (one loop)
10-mile non-competitive, untimed: a little bit of everything!
All courses run counterclockwise, turning left onto Seymour Road from Portage Lake, then right on List.
A portion of this event’s proceeds benefits our featured charity, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
100K: Waterloo G&G: All participants in the 100K must begin their second loop 3 hours from their start time. At this time, the sag vehicle will begin cleaning the course and anybody behind the sag vehicle is advised to head to the finish line and call it a 50K!
50K: We will begin clearing the course at the first mile marker, 2 hours after the last participant has started. All participants are expected to finish the course within 3.5 hours. If you don’t think you can finish in this time, we would love to have you in the 10-mile ride!