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Find Your Path


Surround yourself in natural beauty.

With more than 1,300 miles of biking trails to explore, there's always something new at every turn.
Pedal through Michigan's lush forests and gentle hills covering all corners of the state. Whether recreational or mountain biking, Michigan has a trail for every cyclist's interest and comfort level. Michigan offers more rail trails than any other state and is home to the International Mountain Biking Association Silver Level Ride Center in Copper Harbor
From top rated singletracks to thousands of miles of family-friendly rails trails, Michigan is one of the most bike-friendly states in the nation. See why, when it comes to two wheels, your next scenic adventure should be in Pure Michigan. 
Earn Your Turns | Mountain Biking on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula
The laws of physics dictate that you have to go up to come down, and the sport of mountain biking is no exception.

Meet Chris Guibert, the fun-loving, Grateful Dead-touring, outdoor lifestyle photographer who's made a home out of his passion for mountain biking on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula | Heart Rate
They say the perfect resting heartbeat is 60 beats per minute – we couldn’t agree more, most of the time.
Iron Ore Heritage Trail Bike Tours
Enjoy a leisurely guided bike tour on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail, which has been designated as a Pure Michigan Trail. 
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