Thank you to the hundreds of paid volunteers who help us put on this great event!

The Spoke Folks of West Michigan
Their mission;
To increase and sustain bicycle ridership in the West Michigan area and beyond.
The goal is to make sure that people who are interested in cycling have access to safe and reliable bikes. We want to empower people to ride with pride and confidence.Their hope is to break down the obstacles that prevent people from cycling. We wish to make the bicycle a viable mode of transportation in our community.If you’d like to help them continue to expand their community initiative, please consider donating money or your time.  https://thespokefolks.org/

The locally elected five-member board of directors makes all decisions regarding the District’s programs and activities. The directors hire qualified staff to conduct and carry out the programs and activities that they have approved. These programs provide technical help, information, and awareness to assist people in the District to properly manage their natural resources. In Michigan, there are 80 Conservation Districts, which are generally organized along county boundaries.

The Barry Community Foundation will serve as a leader, catalyst and resource to improve the lives of people in the Barry County area by promoting charitable giving and the creation of permanently endowed funds, now and for future generations.

201 E. Main Ave.
Zeeland, MI 49464

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“We treasure the old, progress with the new.”

“I love helping people enjoy the outdoors and stay healthy. I like figuring things out and getting dirty. And I love the challenge of doing something most women wouldn’t do.” – Barry-Roubaix Volunteer Crew Chief Laura Harris

Hastings offers a quality of life that is desired by many as evidenced by being named one of the best small towns in America by Norman Crampton, author of “The 100 Best Small Towns in America.”

The Barry County Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization supporting the needs of area businesses, organizations, communities and individuals to create a stronger and growing business environment throughout Barry County.

Hastings Dog Park Companions was formed in 2007 to help establish an off leash dog park in Hastings. The idea was originally started by a concerned citizen after seeing a neighborhood dog that had been tied up in the backyard and did not get a chance to run and play in the open.

The dog park opened on Memorial Day, 2011, the park has two sections consisting of one fenced in area for small dogs and the other for large dogs. The park is located on N. Cass St, directly behind the waste water treatment plant. The dog park is maintained solely by the Dog Park Companions.

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.

“One Can Make A Difference”

Michigan Coast Riders number one goal is to help you achieve the ride of a life time. For many of you this will be your first experience riding on a multiple day tour. As a past ride leader/mechanic/and sag leader I can assure you the staff of MCR is well trained and up to the challenge of giving you that experience.

To join cycling clubs, teams, retailers and promoters across Michigan together to help “Make a Difference” in a young person’s life by supporting the pursuit of his or her cycling and educational dreams.

U.S. Representative Paul Henry served this area well until his untimely death in 1993. He had a deep commitment to the environment and those who live in this area. It is in recognition of his contributions to this area that the Thornapple Trail Association dedicated the trail in his memory. The trail association hopes all those who ride or walk along the trail will remember Paul Henry and commit themselves to public service and preserving the environment for the future.

Thornapple Valley Church (TVC) is a church designed to serve both Christians and those who might consider themselves spiritual seekers. It’s a safe place for people who are looking for answers to their spiritual questions, and simply want to check out Christianity without anyone pressuring them.

Our purpose continues to be that of addressing the regional trails network. We are committed to developing a non-motorized, linked-trail system that serves to connect community-to-community, city-to-countryside; A trail network that helps protect habitats and natural areas, and provides alternative transportation options to reach the parks, historic landmarks, cultural sites, and civic destinations throughout West Michigan.

Located in Yankee Springs Recreation Area in Southwest Michigan, we are a circle of friends who enjoy food, fun, and riding our beautiful trails together! We would love to have you join us for fun and relaxation…..after all, the circle of friends can never get too big.

The mission of the WMMBA is to promote responsible mountain biking and to work toward the goals of common land access and natural resource protection through interaction with policy makers, the cycling industry, race promoters, mountain bikers and other trail users.

GFWC members, from ages 12 to 102, live in cities, suburbs, and rural communities around the globe. They are working women, stay-at-home moms, retirees, and students, united by a shared commitment to volunteer community service.