Amishland & Lakes Bike-Camp
July 27-29, 2018
Trip Leaders: Lisa Forester and Sharon Williams
Type of Trip: Biking, Camping
Cancellation Date and full payment: June 27, 2018
Adults and High School Youths
Maximum number: 8
Minimum number: 7
Wilderness Level: 1
Difficulty: Bike at your own pace
This bicycle tour is sponsored by Michiana Bicycle Association. The tour offers a 2 – 3 day bike ride along with camping. We will participate in 2 days of biking and camping. Saturday 5 routes will be available offering 22 – 100 miles. Sunday 4 new routes will be offered ranging from 23 – 50 miles. Each participant can choose which route they would like to ride on both days. The routes will offer Amish country and lakes as well as the Pigeon River Nature Area. Along the routes will be their famous SAG stops offering food including watermelon, peaches, blueberries, cherries, bananas and fresh baked cookies. Also along the route Amish bakeries, restaurants and homemade ice cream parlors will be available for riders to sample homemade cooking.
Facilities will be available for post ride restrooms and showers. Camping will be offered at registration.
There are two separate registrations: Participants are responsible for self registration.
Register for the CIWC trip which includes transportation for self and bike to and from the tour event, two breakfast and one dinner. ciwc.wildapricot.org
After registered with CIWC and on the ‘go list’ then register for the bike ride and also a camping spot. amishlandlakes.com Then send your registration confirmation for both the bike tour and camp reservation to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then officially be on the ‘go list.’ If you are on the waitlist with CIWC and want to participate with the group I highly suggest not to register for the bike tour nor the camping until a spot opens up. In which case you will be notified.
Participants are also responsible for:
1) Dinner in route to the event Friday evening.
2) Lunch on Saturday.
3) Lunch on Sunday, ( we may choose to stop for food on return route (depending on time frame)
4) Snacks and water for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
5) Bike and Helmet ( CIWC Policy requires a helmet worn on all CIWC trips)
Camping tent (one may be borrowed if arrangements are made prior with leaders)