Vuelta a Panqueques
May 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
The third annual Vuelta de Panqueques starts from and ends at the Dunham Sports (old Walmart) parking lot off Highway 10 East in Stevens Point off Brillowski Road. This pancake ride is reminiscent of the TRIPPER, where on a warm and sunny Sunday morning in May we would ride the wonderful roads of eastern Portage County and then eat pancakes. This ride takes us on some of those same enchanting rural roads, where we will stop for brunch at the Riverside Bible Camp and partake in their free Saturday Pancake breakfast (donations welcomed).
We will leave promptly at 9:00 am after we determine what route would be the best to take to get to the Bible Camp, and then what route we would like to take to return to Stevens Point. Whatever route we choose, all of the quiet, rural roads of Portage County are always scenic and quaint, and make for a wonderful spring morning biking experience.
Food and Drinks:
We will be stopping at the Riverside Bible Camp on Hwy DD near Amherst. They are serving free pancakes with real maple syrup until 11:00 am, so we’ll have to hurry out there. You are encouraged, but it’s not required, to leave a donation for the meal.
Things to Remember:
- The course will not be marked on the road.
- You will be responsible for getting yourself back to the start point. You may need to rely on a map if you fall back from, or get out in front of, the group.
- Even though we will be riding on country roads, remaining single file or at most two abreast and on the right side of the road shows respect for motorists, represents our Club well and is highly recommended.
- And as always, certified helmets are required to be worn when riding at all Heartland sponsored events.
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