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Mississippi River Ride II, Multi-Day Bike Trek over Labor Day Weekend
Published on July 01, 2013Email To Friend    Print Version

100_2898.JPGHave you heard of HaveFunBiking’s Mississippi River Ride II, over Labor Day Weekend?

100_3024.JPGOn our second multi-day HaveFun bike tour this year along this mighty river, riders can explore another leg of the Mississippi River Trail (MRT), August 31st through September 2nd. Ride from Hasting, Minn. down to LaCrosse, Wisc. on this fully supported bike tour. Costs is only $265 per person and is limited to 150 participants. Package includes three nights of camping, breakfast each morning, one dinner party admission for Saturday evening, daily baggage shuttles and bus transportation back to Hastings. Lodging options are also available.


100_Mississppi_3.jpg100_2894.JPGSo what will this ride look like? For three days, you’ll average about 65 miles per day with the terrain through the rolling river bluffs of Minnesota, with a gradual 8+% grade climb up a bluff or two. This is a tour suited for cyclists of intermediate ability and above, our staff will take care of all the logistics.
If you choose to stay in one of the hotel/lodge we have listed, we will even bring your luggage to that establishment.

And now, HaveFunBiking is hosting a contest in which you can enter a chance to win not one, but two spots on the Mississippi River Ride II, a $570 value! All you need to do is click the contest page "
Win My Ride" and enter your email.
 
100_5811.JPGIf your name is drawn, we’ll send you a confirmation email at the end of this c100_2982.JPGontest,on July 31st. Plus, if you have already registered you will get a refund for what you paid. To enhance the probability of getting your name drawn there is a space to notify your friends of this contest. Each time you notify a friend or co-worker your name gets put into the drawing.

We suggest that you inform the other person that will be accompanying you on the ride if you win, since your chances in winning will be doubled.

Good luck, hope to see you on the Mississippi River Trail!



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