Even more challenging than the 4-Day West – The Quint! Ride at least 100 miles for five days in a row. Are you up to it?
Wednesday: to Alma High School – 100 Miles
Riders start from Michigan State University on Wednesday and ride to Alma.
Thursday: to Vestaburg High School – 100 Miles
Thursday, riders will trek another 100 miles and end in Vestaburg, where they join up with the 4-Day West route.
Friday: to Lake City High School – 74/100 Miles
On Friday, more open country and small farming towns roll by before finishing in Lake City.
Saturday: to Boyne City High School – 96/101 Miles
On Saturday, riders pass through Kalkaska and Alden along with other scenic views and a chance to climb “The Wall’ on the way to Boyne City. An alternate route allows riders to bypass “The Wall.”
Sunday: to Mackinaw City High School – 71/102 Miles
The 5-Day Quint route culminates on Sunday, riding north through the “Tunnel of Trees” overlooking Lake Michigan to finish at the Tip of the Mitt in Mackinaw City.
The MSU Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education is an arena, auditorium, meeting location, and exhibit area located on the South side of the Michigan State University Campus. The street address is: 4301 Farm Lane, Lansing, MI 48910.
5-Day Quint route check-in is Tuesday, September 1, from 5-7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, September 2, from 7-9 a.m. Registered riders must present picture ID to check-in.
Camping at the MSU Pavilion the night of September 1 or 2, 2020, and Sunday September 6, 2020, is available for $20 for each night. (Can be purchased during registration).