I want to ride my bycicle, I want to ride my bike! In Door County that is.

Door County Fall ColorsThe month of September in Door County offers guests a number of reasons to visit but if you enjoy bike riding, this time of the year can be especially inviting for you. Several large bike rides take place this time of year; like the 36th Annual Door County Century Bike Ride on September 7th. This ride is not a race and is intended for all participants to ride “at their own pace”. There are four courses offering different lengths like 28.5, 50, 70, or 100-mile bike routes. Rest stops with food and beverages are spaced throughout the route and a classic Italian dinner picnic is served after the ride.
Another favorite ride is the Peninsula Century Bike Ride on September 13th. This bike ride takes place throughout the bike friendly roads in northern Door County and offers 100, 62, 50, or 25-mile routes. Rest stops for this ride will be provided and a post-ride party beneath the tents at Waterfront Park will take place.
Riding your bike in an organized group/ride is not mandatory and with the beautiful weather that September holds for Door County, any time is the right time for a bike ride. At the Guest House, we are only 1.5 miles to the entrance of Peninsula State Park. Enjoy a ride in the park and take in the fabulous scenery. Enjoy the solitude that comes with the fall vacations in Door County and simply take time to do something you love. As the nights get cooler and the colors of the leaves change, enjoy the Door County beauty.

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