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Yankee Springs

Yankee Springs Morning Ride

Join us for a winter morning ride through the Yankee Springs trails.

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Yankee Springs Morning Ride
Yankee Springs Morning Ride

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2023, 9:00 AM

Yankee Springs, 11300 M-179, Middleville, MI 49333, USA


About the Event

Time for a wintry ride through Yankee Springs. Winter rides can be snowy/icy...but we won't know until the day of, so be prepared! If these trails are covered in snow, this ride will be slower than our usual rides. The plan is to take our time to be able to soak up as much of the winter beauty as possible. There most likely will be lots of stops to get out and play in the snow and take pictures. We also plan to try and video as much of this ride as possible too. So this ride will take longer than our usual Yankee Springs Ride. There isn't an end time for this event. If you need to leave while we're out on the trail, just radio over to our lead and we'll navigate you or take you out to the nearest main road to get you where you need to be. This event is set up to be a relaxing, fun, and scenic ride. So don't plan on being in a rush. If so, this ride probably isn't for you. Check out the night ride if you'd rather take a more typical timed ride.

We will meet at the Merle Boes Yankee Springs Marathon Gas Station in the parking lot.

Meetup Location: 11300 M-179, Middleville, MI 49333

Driver's Meeting: 9:00 AM, and leaving promptly at 9:15 AM. (Please arrive early.)

GMRS Radios are not required, but very highly recommended.

Trail Lead: Dave Rice

Trail Tail: Mike Coluzzi

Any questions, issues, or comments can be sent to Kyle Kelly-Trail Captain (812) 584-5163 or Dave Rice-Trail Captain Assistant (269) 760-8241.

If you're unable to attend this ride and have already signed up for any tickets, please reach out to anyone on the Facebook page so we can open up your tickets for others who can attend.

Important Club Member Notice: GRJC tickets will be used for member check-in. One ticket is required per person. Each club member that wishes to receive club credit for attendance to this event, even if part of a larger party attending, must register for their own separate ticket so that they can be checked-in and their attendance linked to their personal membership account.

As of February 2, 2016, per DNR rule, no more than 20 persons per group are allowed to attend an event on state land.

Do Not Interrupt Public Land Use -or- Unfairly Use Public Resources:

"Unlawful to hold an event without appropriate DNR permit(s). 'Event' means a single, structured, organized, consolidated, scheduled meeting or occurrence, on State land, which may have a fee/ donation required for participation or attending and/or involves more than 20 persons. ... The focus is balancing the event use with other public access and use."

Sources: SLU Rules R 299.921, Rule 21 (item #e) and R 299.922, Rule 22 (item #n).

We GRJC and its members, will abide by this rule.

Disclaimer: Participation in any GRJC Event is at your own risk. GRJC is not liable for any injury/damage/etc that could occur. Also, any attendee to a GRJC even may be asked to leave if their behavior does not meet our family or safety standards.


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