The group is young – 8 college students joined a father and his 2 daughters for the journey. The father, Chris, owns a bike store called Wheel and Sprocket (which incidently is one of the sponsors) and he provides know-how for bike problems along the way. He appears to be riding a recumbent bike.
They offered to give a presentation about their adventures. I’m sure they have lots of stories to tell! So I decided to fill out the evening with farm tours and music.
Lucky for us, Luke Winslow-King will be in Michigan following his gig at DuneGrass in northern Michigan and before his next gig in Ann Arbor. So we will be treated to the sweet melodies of this young singer/songwriter who accompanies himself on guitar. Luke was born and raised in Cadillac, but has spent the last few years in New Orleans.
All of this is happening at Three Roods Farm on Tuesday, August 10th. Farm tours are at 6m, the bicyclists will share their stories at 7pm and Luke will sing at 8pm. The public is invited to this free program.