Riders had two different routes on Saturday and Sunday that took them along the Lake Michigan shoreline. On Saturday riders went from Holland to Saugatuck and back. Then on Sunday the riders biked all to just south of Grand Haven along the shoreline and then back to Holland where riders enjoyed a BBQ dinner.
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