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Old 01-24-11, 10:56 AM   #1
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Cycle Northern Indiana Amish Country

Cycle Northern Indiana Amish Country is a three day, Inn to Inn, bicycle tour beginning and ending in Sturgis Michigan. June 10-12, 2011. It will include stops in Shipshewana, Nappanee, Goshen, and more. Transcend time and technology as you bicycle 40-50 miles a day through the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Trail and share friendly country roads with horses and buggies . Beginner, intermediate and advanced cyclist will find plenty to keep them busy. Meet other singles with similar interests, or bring a cycling buddy. Registering for the tour includes: cycling assessment and workshops to help you prepare. Tour guide, route map, lodging, and some meals are included. A support vehicle to carry your gear and help with breakdowns and emergencies is provided. Email me if this interest you and I will send your the tour details. Its time to try something new. I look forward to meeting you on this true bicycling Adventure! There are discounts for early registration. Clarence aka [email protected]
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Old 01-24-11, 11:24 AM   #2
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Ahh, cycling through Amish country. Brings back memories from this summer, cycling through Arthur, IL and having two Amish girls on their 50 lb. one speed bicycles zip past me and my 18 speed Trek while I stood on the shoulder changing a flat tube (I can't really blame the Amish for the flat, though, I think it was the broken glass on the shoulder). Then, after leaving the city, passing a horse and buggy going the same direction as I. Nice to have other traffic on the road that moves at a slower pace of life.
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