Door County's Ride for Nature
The Ride for Nature to Benefit The Ridges Sanctuary will be held on Saturday, June 18th. A familiar bike ride to Door County cycling enthusiasts, the 23rd Annual Ride for Nature benefits The Ridges Sanctuary to ensure that riders of all abilities will enjoy this foray into the back roads of the Door Peninsula.
This year’s Ride for Nature will feature a century ride, 50 mile, 25 mile and a 15 mile family ride in Door County. The 100-mile route Leaves from the Baileys Harbor Town Hall, similar to the 50 mile, 25 mile, as well as a 15-mile Family Ride, Door County’s newest Century Ride will test even the most proficient riders in their early season of outdoor riding, taking them to the tip of the peninsula and as far south as Carlsville.
All participants will receive food and beverages at the rest stops.
On The Road Again: Road Biking in Door County
By Sam Perlman
Road biking has enjoyed a major resurgence in recent years with the phenomenal success of American bike racer Lance Armstrong and his unprecedented seven consecutive victories in the Tour de France, the premier road biking event in the world. The secondary and tertiary backcountry roads in Door County offer fantastic opportunities for those who want to fulfill their desire to be the next Greg LeMond (the first American to win Le Tour) or Lance Armstrong. more
Door County Bicycling Resources
Some links to information on biking in Door County