What Michigan lacks in vertical relief it easily makes up for in constantly rolling hills and steep descents. With 6.5 million acres of state and national forestland, 11,000 inland lakes, and shoreline on four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan offers something for everyone - from the seasoned veteran looking for challenging singletrack to the vacationer looking for a few hours' diversion. Here are 67 rides ranging from the breathtaking Grand Island Loop to the underused and rugged Gogebic Ridge Trail. Explore rugged mountain biking on the sandstone cliffs of the Upper Peninsula, twist through tree-hugging singletrack on the North Country Trail, or test your skills on southeastern Michigan's famous Potawatomi Trail.
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