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Classic Trail Tour

Introducing the Classic Trail Tour: a full-fledged
CCC Trail Tour with a Vintage twist!


DATE:

September 9th & 10th, 2017

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          LOCATION / STAGING:

                   Lansing Motorcycle Club Grounds

                   720 E. Johnson Rd, Lake City, MI 49651

                   GPS: N44 28.76 W85 04.80

Directions: Located near Moorestown, MI. Coming from I-75/US-27 turn West at M55 (Houghton Lake exit), go West 15 miles to 7 Mile Rd., turn North (R) go 10 miles to Johnson Rd., turn West (L), LMC entrance just up the road on the left.

Click Here for a Map of the Staging Area

                   

TRAIL:

North Missaukee Trail (Motorcycle-Only Trail)

Click Here to view a DNR map of the North Missaukee Trail (EAST)

Click Here to view a DNR map of the North Missaukee Trail (WEST)


NOTE - The east loop is approximately 30 miles long and the west loop is
            around 20 miles.  You can return to camp for gas after each loop.


JUST ADDED - A private property Kids' Loop, right at the staging area!

CAMPING:

Field camping is available at the staging area for $10/night. You must be registered with the event to camp at the staging area. Porta-Johns are provided. No water, gas,
or electric available on site.

Participants who are not camping at the staging area can park for $5/day.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Moorestown area motels:

Rustic Rafters - (231) 229-4433

Lake City area motels:

Lake View Motel - (231) 839-4958      Lake City Motel - (231) 839-4857 

Additional hotel, motel, and cabin rental options available in Houghton Lake:

Super 8 - (989) 422-3119                    American Inn & Suites - (989) 422-7829

SIGN-UP / SOUND CHECK:

At staging area.

Saturday:  8:00 a.m. — 11:00 a.m.
Sunday:  9:00 a.m. — 11:00 a.m.

RIDE FEES*:

Active Member:  $15 one day / $23 for two days
Family Member:  $10 one day / $13 for two days
Family Weekend:  $35 for two days

*In addition to ride fees above, “land use and monitoring fee” applies @ $2.00 per rider, with a $5.00 maximum for families.

VINTAGE BIKE SHOW:

Bring your old iron!

The Saturday Vintage Bike Show is a “park and display” affair at the sign-up tent with signed-up riders voting for favorites.

All trail tour entrants will be allowed to enter their bikes in the show for FREE.

Winners are voted on by your fellow Trail Tour participants.

Judging in two classes…

        · Original Class
        · Restored Class

1st place trophy awarded to top of class in each category.

REQUIREMENTS:

All attendees, spectators and participants must sign the CCC Waver Form once on site at the staging area. You must be a current CCC member. Memberships are available at sign-up. Please renew your membership early by mail! Must have current ORV sticker, (available at sign-up). Must have USFS approved spark arrestor and pass 94 db at sound check. We’ll have some dB Snorkels on site for those hard to tune bikes!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

            Click Here for event information from the Cycle Conservation Club.

For more details about the Classic Trail Tour, please contact...

        Due to poor cellular coverage during the event, please contact
          Pete Fellman at 248-798-5398 or pfellman@mi.rr.com

                    Tracy Miller  (Ride Chairman)

             Phone:  517-449-4891

             Email:  millersautoelsie@gmail.com

 

Join us at the Classic Trail Tour for a weekend of Old Iron
and fantastic single-track riding!

*** NOTICE from the Cycle Conservation Club of Michigan ***

Statement of responsibility The Cycle Conservation Club of Michigan

You have voluntarily entered a The Cycle Conservation Club of Michigan (CCC) event. A CCC sanction indicates that this event is listed in the CCC’s official calendar. It does not indicate that the trail/routes has been inspected or approved by the CCC, nor does it indicate that the officials have been trained or accredited by the CCC, nor does it indicate that your safety has been assured by the CCC or by a CCC Chapter.

Motorsports are inherently dangerous. You should take part in this event based on your own assessment of your abilities.

By participating in the event, you assume all risks for any injuries or damages that you sustain from such participation. If you have not personally inspected the trail/route, we urge you to do so. You are responsible for the quality and condition of your motorcycle and protective apparel.

The organizer does not provide medical insurance coverage. We urge you not to compete in motorsports without adequate personal medical insurance coverage.

If you have any doubts at this time about your personal abilities to participate in this event, if you have not adequately prepared yourself and your equipment, or if you believe your personal insurance coverages are not adequate to compensate you for any loss that might occur, we urge you to notify the organizer who will immediately refund your entry fee.

SPECTATORS witnessing these events thereby assume all risks for any injuries or damages resulting there from.

CCC Membership Information

CCC MEMBERSHIP runs from 4/1-3/31 of each year

Single $39.00; $52.00 Canadian memberships

Family $46.00; $59.00 Canadian memberships

Includes husband or wife and children while a full time student, those under 16 must have completed an approved Safety Training Course to participate in CCC events

Lifetime $15.00 with 25 years continuous Active CCC Membership

Trail Tour Sign Up

Active $15.00 one day; $23.00 two day

Family Members

Add $10.00 one day, $13.00 two day each or $35.00 Family Weekend

Land Use and Monitoring Fee to help cover cost of permit fees

$2.00 each one or two days; $5.00 Family max.

Michigan ORV Stickers: $26.25 ORV License plus $10 ORV Trail Permit required at all CCC events to utilize public trails

Everyone at a CCC Trail Tour MUST sign CCC waiver and should be a CCC member

All USD funds

NOTE: the CCC will only be signing up ATV’s less Than 50” at CCC Trail Tours An Operator of and ATV must be at least 12 years of age.

Michigan DNR Definition of ATV

"ATV" means a 3-, 4-, or 6-wheeled vehicle designed for off-road use that has low-pressure tires, has a seat designed to be straddled by the rider, and is powered by a 50cc to 1,000cc gasoline engine or an engine of comparable size using other fuels.