When: Saturday June 23, 2018
Check in table opens at 7:30am. Ride Starts at 9:00 am.
Where: Greenville Middle School 1321 Chase Street, Greenville, MI 48838
What: Spin the Spokes for Habitat is a bike ride on the Fred Meijer, Flat River and Heartland Trails between Greenville and Edmore. Ride length is determined by the individual rider or team. There's a ride length suited for everybody. Choose from an 8, 25, 36, or 50 mile ride through Montcalm County.
The ride features a flat, paved rail-trail, ride support and aid stations on an out-and-back trip on the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail for the longer ride distances. The adventure starts and continues on the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail within the City of Greenville. Features of this trail are scenic views along the Flat River some hills, Baldwin Lake and stop in the tunnel under M-57 to take in the museum feature entitled "From Ice to Us".
WHY NOT INCLUDE YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN THE FUN?
BECOME A FUNDRAISER!
REGISTERED RIDERS WILL RECEIVE A LINK AFTER CHECKOUT
ASKING THEM TO SET UP A FUNDRAISING PAGE.
IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO RIDE THIS YEAR
WE WOULD STILL LOVE TO HAVE YOU SUPPORT US BY
BECOMING A FUNDRAISER
CLICK THE "I WANT TO FUNDRAISE" LINK
BELOW TO SET UP YOUR VERY OWN PAGE
Click the "I WANT TO FUNDRAISE" button above AND SET UP A FUNDRAISER PAGE OF YOUR OWN
BIG PRIZES AWARDED FOR
In addition to being a enjoyable ride, proceeds from the ride and your fund-raising efforts help build homes and provide critical home improvements for low income, handicapped and senior residents of Greenville and Montcalm County.
Montcalm County Habitat for Humanity works to improve the lives of hard-working, low income home owners by building simple, decent, affordable housing and doing critical home repairs such as wheelchair ramps right here in Greenville and Montcalm County.
We are looking forward to another great event this year. The weather has cooperated for each of the past 7 events and, God willing, we are expecting another nice summer day.
Thank You For Supporting
Montcalm County Habitat for Humanity!