Registration: $ 140.00
FREE FERRY for you and your cycle,
Saturday night dinner with live entertainment and Sunday lunch.
Two day full ride and mechanical support,
support stations with light snacks,
3 route options each day
For accomodations look under lodgings
Details for the 2020 Manitoulin Passage Ride
Welcome to great riding on Manitoulin Island where we pair great food, good music, camaraderie and long lasting friendships with our two-day fully supported ride.
Partnership with MS Chi-Cheemaun provides a Free Passage for all registered Participants and your cycle (not your car).
From Friday June 5 through to Monday June 8, 2020.
We recommend that you stay as near to Mindemoya as possible, as the Ride ends day one in Mindemoya and starts again on day 2 in Mindemoya . The ride ends at the ferry terminal the second day.
by choosing one of our accomodation partners listed.
Many accommodations partner with MICA on the Passage Ride and offer free luggage shuttle for their clients participating on this ride.
Ride registrations ONBOARD the ferry for our participants coming from the South.
Ride registrations at the South Baymouth ferry dock for our visitors and local riders coming from the North 9:30 am - 10;30 am.
Ride Starts 11:15 AM at the Ferry Dock, and ends in Mindemoya.
Take the opportunity between 4-6:30pm to enjoy some local brew and a light snack at the Lion's pavilion found at Hwy 542 east behind the Arena, Dinner starts at 7pm with live music and dance at the Mindemoya Community Centre. Bar will be open at the Mindemoya Community Center from 6-10pm found a stone throw away from the Lion's pavilion also on Hwy 542 east.
|YELLOW||Short: 43 km, South Baymouth, Sandfield, Mindemoya, with opportunity to visit Manitoulin fisheries, and multiple lakeside rest spots.|
|WHITE||Medium: 72 km, South Baymouth, Sandfield, M'Chigeeng, Lake Mindemoya, Mindemoya, with opportunity to visit Manitoulin fisheries, multiple lakeside rest spots, and seeing the interesting First Nation community of M'chigeeng.|
|RED||110 km, South Baymouth, Sandfield, M'Chigeeng, Kagawong, Lake Mindemoya, Mindemoya, with opportunity to visit Manitoulin fisheries, multiple lakeside rest spots, and seeing the interesting First Nation community of M'chigeeng. Visit Kagawong with its famous Bridal Veil Falls and sculpture trail.|
Saturday evening progressive dinner and dance:
1st stop at the Lion's Pavillion for a snack, local brew available from 4-6:00pm, Hwy 542 east right behind the Arena.
Dinner and dance starting at 7pm, Bar open from 6:00pm - 10pm at the Mindemoya Community Center, also on Hwy 542 a stone throw away from the Lions Pavilion.
After dinner pick up to accommodation for those at locations outside of Mindemoya
Please ask your host if they are able to come and pick you up after supper at the Mindemoya Community Center and bring you back here again for the Sunday morning Day 2 start. Most will agree to do so for a modest fee. You will be able to leave your bike at the Community Centre overnight if you need to.
Ride starts in Mindemoya at the Community Centre, between 8:30am and 9:00am
Short: 51 km, Providence Bay (Sand dune beach boardwalk)-Tehkummah (lunch with live music) -South Baymouth to the
Medium: 77 km, Perival Gallery, Spring Bay, Providence Bay (Sand dune beach boardwalk) -Tehkummah (lunch with live music),
-South Baymouth Ferry Dock.
Long: 96 km, Perival Gallery, Perivale Rd.-Sring Bay-Providence Bay (Sand dune beach boardwalk) -Tehkumma
(lunch with live music), -South Baymouth Ferry Dock.
End of ride at South Baymouth: Ferry Departure 3:50 pm
PLEASE register at the South Baymouth ferry terminal before boarding the ferry.
We wish you a safe journey home, and hope to see you all again in
2021 in Little Current
Cancellation refund ends May 15. MICA is keeping $ 15.00 handling fee back on all cancellations and will not refund after May 15, 2020