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The Dickinson County Bike Path committee will hold their monthly meeting on Tue., January 16, 2018 at 6:30 PM at Dickinson County Library in Iron Mountain.
Highlights of the meeting include: Boss will presenting the Toro string trimmer and leaf blower donations, planning of Frostbitten 50 Ultra running event and Snotsicle Bike Race (both new) on Sat., February 24th at Fumee Lake area, planning Tour de Dickinson August 18, 2018, membership, website & Facebook updates, and misc. mountain bike trail development of various locations in the county including Norway’s new trails, the Iron-Belle (Governor’s) Trail Grant application and connections to other counties.
New members are always welcomed.
Have you heard?? We are pleased to announce that Merrell is supporting our event by providing a pair of shoes to our overall male and female 50k winners! Sign up today for your chance to win! https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=53292
We produced a 30 TV ad that ran in our local movie theater and television networks. The ad showed general bike safety that seems to be unknown to drivers in all areas. We worked with local companies and supporters, Floline Media and Aerial Vantage Productions. See the video below:
The Tour de Dickinson Bike Ride is scheduled to take place on August 18, 2012 and is now organized and coordinated by the Dickinson County Bike Path Committee. For the past five years, the event was orchestrated by the Dickinson County Hospital Foundation. The Dickinson County Bath Path Committee is dedicated to creating a county-wide bike path that would be linked together across all of Dickinson County area. The highly attended and much anticipated bike ride will require many volunteers and assistance from the community to make this year’s event a success. Shown above (center) is Bob Werner, President of the DC Bike Path receiving the first sponsorship check of $500 to help support the fundraising efforts for TdD from Russ Kassin (left) and Steve Faust (right) of the First National Bank & Trust Co. The sponsorship by various companies, businesses, and individuals is greatly appreciated. The annual event draws bike riders and tourists to our community from all over the Midwest and many riders schedule their vacations around attending the Tour de Dickinson. The event is also held in conjunction with the “Italian Fest” held in downtown Iron Mountain later the same day. With the paid registration fee to TdD, all riders and volunteers are given a bracelet pass for free admission to Italian Fest.
All money goes to support the bike paths many activities including path/trail development and maintenance. We are a 501 (c) 3 volunteer organization that is trying to promote tourism, economic development, and a healthier living area. If you would like further information about volunteer opportunities or bike path information, please contact Bob Werner at (906) 779-9712 or Ginni Henke at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register on-line this year for the first time at www.active.com or www.dcbikepath.org
Shown above is Bob Werner (left), President of the DCBP, thanking Rob Plumley (center) for his early on-line registration, and Kyle Lindstrom (right), member and one of the directors of the DCBP. The event is also held in conjunction with the “Italian Fest” held in downtown Iron Mountain later the same day. With the paid registration fee to TdD, all riders and volunteers are given a bracelet pass for free admission to Italian Fest.
All money goes to support the bike paths many activities including path/trail development and maintenance. If you would like further information about volunteer opportunities or bike path information, please contact Bob Werner at (906) 779-9712 or Ginni Henke at: email@example.com. For the first time of TdD, you can register on-line this year at www.active.com or www.dcbikepath.org
Recently the Dickinson County Bike Path committee recognized Kelly Rumpf for her efforts for helping the DCBP. For the past three years, Rumpf who is the Health Educator with the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department, applied for and received about $29,000 in grants for the DCBP from the State of Michigan. She is also the Chair person of the Building Healthier Communities Coalition for this area. The BHCC, which promotes a healthier living environment, also promotes biking and hiking in the Dickinson-Iron County area. Shown above is Bob Werner, President of the Dickinson County Bike Path thanking Kelly Rumpf. Werner stated that “due to Kelly’s efforts, we were able to purchase and install bike route signs and start constructing some paths in Dickinson County”. She was also presented two gift certificates from the DCBP members in appreciation of her efforts. The Dickinson County Bike Path members are all volunteers and donate numerous hours every month to promote tourism in the area and provide a healthier living opportunity. Everyone is welcomed to attend the monthly meeting the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM in the County Library in Iron Mountain. Check the web site at www.dcbikepath.org for more information.
Every one is encouraged and welcome to attend monthly meetings.
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