2013 Zoo-de-Mackinac

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The Zoo-de-Mackinac is a weekend of huge parties with great bands, one of the most scenic bicycle rides in the country, a lot of sunshine, views of the mighty Mackinac Bridge, and one magical island.

The Zoo-de-Mackinac is a collection of outdoor enthusiasts (3,500 last year) who want to enjoy a little physical exercise together in one of the most beautiful areas in the state of Michigan. The bike ride starts Saturday morning at Boyne Highlands Resort and spans 51 miles along Lake Michigan on a paved road with very little automobile traffic. Riders pedal through rolling countryside and trillium covered forests, along sandy beaches, and are surrounded by breathtaking views of Lake Michigan from 400' high bluffs. We stop approximately half way, at a unique place called the Legs Inn for a leisurely lunch and to swap stories. The ride continues on to Mackinaw City, where Arnold Ferry boats have been chartered for the ride over to Mackinac Island. Once on the magical island, check into your hotel and stroll into town to forget the aches and pains from the day s ride. As the evening wears on, the island comes alive with The Gatehouse, Pink Pony, and Horns hosting post ride parties with incredible live bands!

If you think Krazy Days and Carnival Weekend are fun... if you like hanging out at the Half-way House at Boyne Mountain... if you can't stay away from the Zoo Bar... or if you just want to be a part of one of the most scenic bike rides in the country ... you won t want to miss the Zoo-de-Mackinac!

The entry fee for Zoo-de-Mackinac is $55.00 ($70.00 after May 4th, 2013) and includes the pre-ride party Friday night at the Zoo Bar at Boyne Highlands, luggage transportation to Mackinaw City on Saturday, lunch at the Legs Inn on Saturday, finish line party, round trip ferry transportation to and from Mackinac Island on Arnold Ferry and post-ride parties on Saturday night.

This is only a BRIEF description of the Zoo-de-Mackinac. For more information and full event details please CLICK HERE or visit our website at www.zoo-de-mack.com

SEE THE VIDEO: See the Zoo-de-Mackinac video from 2009 by CLICKING HERE and from 2008 by CLICKING HERE.

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