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“I Won DALMAC” jersey and DALMAC Facemasks

The DALMAC organizers have decided to have a little fun this year with the perennial question most riders get about the DALMAC “race.” Rather than saying for the umpteenth time, it’s a ride not a race, we give in!

We’re offering a limited edition, Tour de France-inspired yellow jersey with the words: I Won DALMAC on the back. In the Tour, the yellow jersey is the awarded to the overall winner and is worn by the current race leader at the start of each stage. It is considered hugely prestigious to don the maillot jaune.

So here’s your chance to wear THE yellow jersey and let EVERYONE know you won the DALMAC! You and every other participant, but still … everyone who rides the DALMAC is a winner.

Our jersey suppliers, Primal and FloraVelo, have agreed to partner with us in producing the “I Won DALMAC” jersey.

Starting today you can visit the Primal Team Store page and place your order through September 21st for the I Won DALMAC jersey or either of the DALMAC facemasks. Delivery is expected around November 13th.

Men’s and women’s jerseys are $75 and masks are $18 each, plus $10 shipping per order (no limit on masks or jerseys for an order). Link up with DALMAC friends to save on shipping costs!

Also open today is the FloraVelo Team Store page. You can order your I Won DALMAC jersey through September 21st. Jerseys are $75 plus $5 shipping per order. Delivery is expected around October 23rd.

The link to the Primal store for men’s and women’s I Won DALMAC jersey is:

https://via.primalcustom.com/collections/t06480a

The link to the FloraVelo store for the women specific sleeveless I Won DALMAC jersey is:

https://www.floravelo.com/tcba-i-won-dalmac-sleeveless-jersey.html

Didn’t get your DALMAC facemask? Well, they’re back by popular demand and redesigned with adjustable ear straps! Just follow the link to the Primal store.

Not registered for DALMAC 2021, the 50th DALMAC? Check our webpage in October for DALMAC 2021 registration details!

HELPFUL RESOURCES

DALMAC Brochure
Info and Routes

DALMAC Handbook
Full Details

OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

Sale of jerseys and masks ends Monday, Sept. 21, 2020.

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DALMAC riders are Awesome whether working or riding! 2020 sure has been a strange year!

Photo 1: "Ride Hard", Laura Johnson DALMAC dreamin' while working, wishing she was riding DALMAC this week.

Photo 2: Pete and Kim Zipple riding the ZIPMAC this week. Their own version of DALMAC.

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DALMAC organizers have decided to have a little fun this year with the perennial question most riders get about the DALMAC “race.” Rather than saying for the umpteenth time, it’s a ride not a race, we give in!

DALMAC is offering a limited edition, Tour de France-inspired yellow jersey with the words: I Won DALMAC on the back.

In the Tour, the yellow jersey is the awarded to the overall winner and is worn by the current race leader at the start of each stage. It is considered hugely prestigious to don the maillot jaune.

So here’s your chance to wear THE yellow jersey and let EVERYONE know you won the DALMAC! You and every other participant, but still … everyone who rides the DALMAC is a winner.

Starting today you can visit the Primal Team Store page and place your order for the men’s or women’s short-sleeve I Won DALMAC jersey or either of the DALMAC facemasks. Orders available through September 21, 2020. Delivery is expected around November 13, 2020.

Didn’t get your DALMAC facemask? Well, they’re back by popular demand and redesigned with adjustable ear straps! Just follow the link to the Primal store.

Primal store link: via.primalcustom.com/collections/t06480a

Also open today is the FloraVelo Team Store page. You can order your women’s sleeveless I Won DALMAC jersey through September 21, 2020. Delivery is expected around October 23, 2020.

FloraVelo store link: www.floravelo.com/tcba-i-won-dalmac-sleeveless-jersey.html

Check our webpage in October for DALMAC 2021 registration details!
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DALMAC 2020

About DALMAC

Little did then-state Rep. Dick Allen know that an upstart ride in 1971 from Michigan’s capitol to the Mackinac Bridge would evolve into one of the state’s longest-running multi-day bike tours.

2020 is the 50th Dick Allen Lansing to MACkinaw Bicycle Tour! The DALMAC is Michigan’s annual, fully supported, epic end-of-summer bicycle camping tour. Routes wind northward from Michigan State University on country roads and through quaint small towns, ending in historic and beautiful Mackinaw City.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Whether you are new to cycling or an old hand, there are adventures to be had, friendships to be made, and hills to climb.

DALMAC is one of the oldest, lowest cost, all-volunteer-run bicycling tours in the country, celebrating its 50th year in 2020. DALMAC is about the fun of bicycling and sharing the roads! DALMAC originated in 1971 when former state Rep. Dick Allen challenged his friends, colleagues, and constituents to “ride all the way to the bridge” to prove that bikes and cars could share Michigan roads safely. DALMAC seeks to develop an awareness of bicyclists and their needs among the citizens of Michigan, to promote bicycling as a healthy means of transportation and recreation, and to encourage wider use of bicycles. DALMAC is organized and staffed by volunteers of the Lansing-based Tri-County Bicycle Association (TCBA).

Award Winning!
DALMAC was honored as the recipient of the Govenor’s Fitness Awards, Govenor’s Council Extraordinary Event Award.

DALMAC Fund
Established in 1975, has granted over $1.5 million to promote bicycling in Michigan.  For more info visit this website.

DALMAC is an all-volunteer event staffed by members of the Tri-County Bicycle Association (TCBA) of Lansing, MI.