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- Downtown – Want to pedal around the big buildings? This is your route. Depending on your bar selections, you pedal below the big buildings. Want to pedal by Comerica Park and the big Tiger? Sure thing. Want to stop by and visit your favorite bar near Ford Field or Comerica Park that you visit before the ballgames? Wish to head down by Campus Martius or grab a drink by Greektown? This route has you covered.
- Midtown – Midtown has that special urban vibe to it. As you pedal, you’ll see the past, present and future all rolled into one. As you leave Bookies, you’ll pedal by the new Red Wings stadium under construction and imagine what this area will look like in the future. You’ll remember the past with classic bars that have survived through the ups and downs of the Motor City. You’ll witness the new present with hip restaurants, exciting bars, new condos and development that makes Midtown and the Wayne State area experiencing a surge in development.
- Corktown – In Corktown, you’ll visit the part of town where everyone knows your name. As comfortable as your old pair of sneakers, Corktown gets its name because so many Irish settlers filled this area back in the day. For nearly 100 years, it served as the home to the Detroit Tigers at the iconic corner of Michigan and Trumbull. Corktown now is a Detroit hot spot, a mix of traditional bars and restaurants and new retail, condos, restaurants, and bars. Pabst Blue Ribbon or local craft brew? Burger off the grill or gourmet burger? Looking to pour them back in a place filled with old-school history or new-found hipness, Corktown is for you. Sometimes, that place is one and the same too.
- Eastern Market – Our Eastern Market Tour is a bright and exciting tour where you’ll pedal the streets that are filled with commerce. You’ll see the sheds, the warehouses, the fruit markets, the cheese and wine shops as well as the restaurants. It’s a unique part of our city. While doing so, you’ll uncover numerous murals and graffiti art that sprinkle the landscape. Stop for a picture with your group in front of one of the murals. In addition, we’ll stop in a pub such as Thomas Magees Sporting House or you may want to visit the market or one of the shops nearby to pick up anything from breads, cheeses, nuts or popcorn. On the way to or from Eastern Market, we may also swing you through Greektown to experience another lively part of the city or ride you by the home of the Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park. A detour through Brush Park is another possibility, where century-old Victorian homes stand next to a wave of new construction and offers a vision of both Detroit’s past and future.The possibilities are endless for those looking to see something different than the usual sights and sounds of the city.