U.S. Bicycle Routes in Michigan
The U.S. Bicycle Route System is a national network of regionally and nationally significant bicycling routes spanning multiple states. The purpose of the U.S. Bicycle Route (USBR) numbering system is to facilitate travel between states on routes identified as suitable for long-distance cycling.
U.S. Bicycle Route 10 is a 193 mile route that connects St. Ignace and Iron Mountain in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The route utilizes the wide paved shoulders along US-2.
U.S. Bicycle Route 20 is an east-west route of just over 300 miles and connects Marine City on the east with Ludington on the west.
U.S. Bicycle Route 35 is a 500-mile route that runs from Indiana through Michigan to Sault Ste. Marie, Canada, generally following the Lake Michigan shoreline and through the eastern Upper Peninsula.
While some portions of U.S. Bicycle Routes 20 and 35 are signed, users should not rely solely on signs for navigating the route. U.S. Bicycle Route 10 is not yet signed.
These maps and turn-by-turn directions serve as an aid to long-distance touring bicyclists who are comfortable riding with traffic. They are not intended to be a substitute for a person's use of reasonable care. The users of this information bear full responsibility for their own safety. For the latest road construction information, visit Mi Drive.
- U.S. Bicycle Routes in Michigan Overview Map
- Adventure Cycling Association
Route Map - Upper Peninsula - Sault Ste. Marie to St. Ignace - 52 miles
Route Map - Lower Peninsula - St. Ignace to Traverse City - 111 miles plus Ferry to Mackinac Island
Route Map - Lower Peninsula - Traverse City to Ludington - 143 miles
Route Map - Lower Peninsula - Ludington to Holland - 107 miles
Route Map - Lower Peninsula - Holland to New Buffalo - 92 miles
Turn-by-turn Directions - North to South
Turn-by-turn Directions - South to North
Note: All mileage is approximate.