Gregory–Munith

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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The beginning of this ride follows the same route as the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society’s yearly 100-mile One Helluva Ride. We’ll miss Hell altogether, but only because the route goes west and Hell is farther east. Rest assured, though, you can get there from here. Ride north out of Gregory on M-36 to Dexter Trail (mile 0.5) and turn left. Though the route is mostly over gently rolling roads, this early phase of the ride on Dexter Trail puts the climbing legs on alert. None of these hills are long, but they have a steep enough pitch to get you breathing hard. Fortunately, the long ranging views out over the farm fields will give you something to focus on other than the work you’re doing.
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Best Bike Rides Detroit and Ann Arbor

by Rob Pulcipher (Falcon Guides)

The beginning of this ride follows the same route as the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society’s yearly 100-mile One Helluva Ride. We’ll miss Hell altogether, but only because the route goes west and Hell is farther east. Rest assured, though, you can get there from here.

Ride north out of Gregory on M-36 to Dexter Trail (mile 0.5) and turn left. Though the route is mostly over gently rolling roads, this early phase of the ride on Dexter Trail puts the climbing legs on alert. None of these hills are long, but they have a steep enough pitch to get you breathing hard. Fortunately, the long ranging views out over the farm fields will give you something to focus on other than the work you’re doing.

© 2014 Rob Pulcipher/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Ann Arbor
Distance: 45.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Riding Time: 3-5 hours
Local Maps: DeLorme: Michigan Atlas & Gazetteer, pages 31, 32
Driving Directions: Directions to Gregory–Munith

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