Traverse City, Michigan – Travel and Lodging

Iceman Cometh Challenge – November 3, 2018

The Bell’s Beer Iceman Cometh Challenge is a 30 mile point-to-point mountain bike race from Kalkaska to Traverse City, Michigan.

Held traditionally on the first Saturday of November (except for years when the first Saturday of November is the 1st), the 29th annual Bell’s Iceman will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018.

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Iceman Cometh Challenge On Facebook

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Your road shut downs are horribly marked. Be prepared to stop right before isn't adequate warning for a closure this long.

But seriously how much longer is Williamsburg road going to be closed? Been sitting here 25 minutes with no end in sight. This is more than a be prepared to "stop".

If you are going to close a road, close it...

We were just behind that horrible accident that closed the road down. Still praying for all of those involved.

I didn't hear the outcome but a few locals at the restaurant said it was bad... We were about 20 cars behind it. The cops eventually turned us around and we did some dirt road drifting to TC.

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What's the finish like this year?? Let's just say you might want to go pre-ride it today if you have time. Buses and trucks are waiting at Courtade Elementary School - TCAPS to give you a ride to Timber Ridge RV & Recreation Resort. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Eric Deline

Dan Naef

Jessi Nicole

That finish was pretty tough! Rode 2x test laps today! Excited for tomorrow!

Kyle Macdermaid snagged this video of the 2018 finish at Timber Ridge RV & Recreation Resort so you don't get turned around at the end of 28 tough miles.

Watch the video; where are you putting in the winning move?youtube.com
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Eric Deline

barriers on Icebreaker could come into play in Pro race finish.

Something magical about seeing the barriers and soul crushing when they spit you back out into the woods.

Nice

Jason Roelofs

28 miles...that’s what you said last year. 😂

Dennis Vesotski

Mary Reichardt

David Nonis

Can’t wait!!

Mike Neeld Lori Aho Patrick Caramella

Chris Erlandson Levi Scheenstra Paul Bonar Matt Gunderson Alec Schau

This looks different than last years course. Not a fan of the tight barriers, makes it tough passn

Holy giddy up Batman! This is by far the fastest finish in my 18 years doing the race.

Derek Moran next year

I’ll be putting in my big finishing move around mile 25– well before the finish area— that being said, right before the last stretch before the line where the course veers out into unmarked single track, that looks like it could get confusing bc of no barriers through there? Maybe it’s just the leaves in the video tho 🤷🏼‍♂️

Did I see 2 bridge overpass shoots?

Annie Lambert

Will Havill, make sure Abby sees this! 👍

Scarlette Monahan, Is the Iceman Cometh bike ride up Kev's alley?

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Iceman Cometh Challenge – Photos From Instagram

Here are the latest photos of Iceman Cometh Challenge via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of the Iceman Cometh Challenge, tag it with #icemancometh and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.

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Toast the Season – Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail – Nov. 3 – 4 and Nov. 10 – 11, 2018


Celebrate the upcoming holiday season and get inspired for your own upcoming holiday gatherings by sampling mouthwatering wine and food pairings along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail.

Get recipes from winery, taste and buy wines to pair with your upcoming holiday meals and shop holiday wine gifts for your friends and loved ones at this fan-favorite event!

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Ticket Information:
Tickets are $50 per person and include a featured wine and food pairing at 25 wineries, a commemorative stemless wine glass and the wildly popular holiday gift—a a 6-bottle woven wine bag, plus $5 in Cork Cash good toward purchases along the trail!

After your featured pairing, most wineries offer an additional complimentary 2 to 3 tastes. Tickets—good for both Saturday AND Sunday—are purchased by selecting a Starting Winery where you will check-in to the event and pick up your supplies before charting your own course to participating wineries in any order you choose.

Bringing your own driver or have a friend not interested in drinking? Add a Designated Driver ticket for $25 so your non-drinking friend may still enjoy food along the trail.

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Toast the Season – Leelanau style!

November 3 and 4 OR
November 10 and 11, 2018 <—- Weekend 2 SOLD OUT!
Saturday 11:00 to 5:00 pm and Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 pm
$50 per person

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Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail

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Nick takes a fall color trip down the Tart Trail in Suttons Bay to learn more about wine.
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Katelynn Kozar

The fall colors were beautiful. Such a fun time!

Hi! Ive been calling with a question for a couple days during business hours with no response— can someone get in touch please? Thanks!

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I'm going up for the 1st weekend of toast the season. When will the food and wine pairings along with the participating wineries be available to look at?

Tina Sutton Thurston still looking?

Bummer going to miss it this year.

Looking for recommendations on transportation for toast of the season weekend 2

Julie Urbin, Allison Hardy, Cindy Lyon, Kourtney Bell Genereaux, Tina Rubio Martin Next year!!??

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Check out this fantastic offer from Apache Trout Grill and Boone's Prime Time Pub in Suttons Bay! Take in a bottle of local wine to enjoy with your meal, and they will open it for you for FREE! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out this fantastic offer from Apache Trout Grill and Boones Prime Time Pub in Suttons Bay! Take in a bottle of local wine to enjoy with your meal, and they will open it for you for FREE!

 

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Cathy Ludwig, Sherry Lee, Jacqueline Quinn

how do you get one of these?

Is this valid if saved to my phone?

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You can pick these up at the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail office at Leelanau Studios at M-22 and Cherry Bend or ask at one of the wineries.

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