UPDATED June 29: We will not be able to start Full-Capacity rides as we hoped to on July 1 when we originally published this post on June 5th. As COVID-19 numbers have crept up in Michigan, the reopening of Michigan has been slowed by our Governor’s orders. We are working on a subsequent plan to take care of all our customers who have already booked to offer alternative arrangements. Through at least July 10th, we will continue to offer limited capacity rides that allow for a maximum of eight people. To those looking to book, we are still accepting reservations. We hope to have our full July plan announced in the next day or two and our website pricing updated too.
When we update our system, pricing will be as follows:
Monday – Thursday $225 (approx $28 per person with 8)
Friday & Sunday: $275 (approx $35 per person with 8)
Saturday: $325 (approx $40 per person with 8)
POSTED JUNE 5, 2020
The Michigan Pedaler is ready to start accepting reservations for the Summer of 2020!
After voluntarily closing in mid-March, and following the Stay Home Stay Safe mandate, we look forward to welcoming guests to a safe and fun environment.
The health of our employees and guests are forefront in our concerns. We want you to feel comfortable riding our bikes while celebrating family and friends. We have instituted the following policies and rules as we relaunch in this new environment.
We are excited to welcome you back. The Michigan Pedaler’s mission has been as simple as to bring people together to have fun and celebrate good times — all in the company of great family and friends. We learned through March, April and May what it’s like to miss that human physical contact that all humans long for. It’s exciting to once again be able to celebrate the good times in life with those we love most!
Our entire team of drivers welcomes you back to The Michigan Pedaler to create more special moments. Let’s have some fun this summer! #PursueHappiness
To view our calendar of both our pre (limited capacity) and post July 1st rides (full capacity) on The Michigan Pedaler and MiniPedaler, click here.