KalTour features the scenic and varied roads and landscapes of Kalamazoo County. All routes start in the picturesque village of Schoolcraft in southern Kalamazoo County, just off the US 131 freeway. Riders travel on low-traffic rolling back roads, passing orchards vineyards, farm fields, wetlands, and wooded hills. Century riders travel in a loop around Kalamazoo County from the agricultural land in the southeast to the hills in the northwest, stopping for food at an old mill, a township park, and a state fish hatchery. The 62 and 31 mile routes head east and north with a stop at the mill. The 15 mile route makes a rest stop at a county park with a swimming beach before returning for lunch at the end of the ride. There are also two gravel road routes traveling west and south from the start on low-traffic farm roads. The 30 mile gravel route is mostly flat while the 60 mile route has major hills. There is one food stop on the gravel course. All routes include snacks and lunch with sandwiches, cookies, and watermelon is served after the ride.
551 East Lyons (VW Ave)
Schoolcraft, MI 49087