Buildin’ Bikin’ & Brew Tour

Buildin’ Bikin’ & Brew Tour in Kalamazoo

Join us for a fun day of bike building, cycling and brewery hopping in Kalamazoo!  We will start at Open Roads a non-profit organization which provides youth development bike programs throughout the Kalamazoo Community.  Here we will participate in their Build-A-Bike program for to help kids in the area.  Lunch will offer the opportunity to sample local fare from Kalamazoo Food Trucks; then we hit the road-on bikes of Course!  For a brew tour and tastings at some of Kalamazoo’s best brewing companies before heading back to the Radisson. This proves to be a fun interactive day of giving back to the community, fun exercise and great local Michigan beer sampling!  Space is limited.

Click here to register for $125 or contact MSAE.

Group will depart at 9:00 a.m. and will conclude by 4:00 p.m. at the Outing Regroup Reception.

About the Charity 
Our Mission: Engage and empower youth through bicycles to learn practical life skills for their future Open Roads Bike Program embraces and values the diversity of Kalamazoo and the world around us. We are people of all ages, from all walks of life, working together to use bicycles as a vehicle for skill development and community engagement. We encourage people of all abilities, ages, economic statuses, faiths, ideologies, genders, gender identities, ethnic origins, nationalities, races, and sexual orientations to be a part of the Open Roads Bike Program community.


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We are the association for associations  in Michigan! Our mission is to ensure a knowledgeable, professional and successful association community. 


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