The Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour is a two-day, 150-mile, fully-supported cycling event that is open to riders of all ages and abilities. One of Wisconsin's most popular bike rides, the Scenic Shore 150 is the largest locally organized and supported event for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. With 1,300 riders raising over $1 million we continue to be one of the premier charity cycling events in the Midwest.
The beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan is the picturesque setting for a weekend of riding the shore for a cure! We invite you to join up to 1,300 cycling enthusiasts who will pedal 150-miles in support of a cure for blood cancer. Your life will be changed as you are cheered on and supported on the route by blood cancer survivors and their families!
Registration is FREE! Fundraising commitments vary by participation type, see commitment levels below.
Health & Safety Protocols: We ask all riders to respect each other by frequently sanitizing and maintaining social distance. Facial coverings are optional. We no longer require a wellness screening or vaccine verification.
START: Mequon, WI
Riders will arrive in Mequon with the ride officially beginning at 7:30 am. After dropping off donations and enjoying a light breakfast, the 75-mile trek will begin. Rest stops are available every 10-12 miles with delicious refreshments and support. After arriving at UW-Manitowoc, the day will wrap up with participants enjoying refreshments, dinner, music, and an awards ceremony along the lakeside.
END: Sunset Park, Sturgeon Bay, WI
Riders will start the day with a hot breakfast and will begin the final 75-mile stretch toward Door County. Our riders’ hard work and achievements will be celebrated at our beachfront finish line party in Sunset Park. Deluxe coach buses will return the riders from Sturgeon Bay to Mequon.
2-Day Riders: 150-Miles
Adult 2-Day: $400 minimum fundraising
Youth 2-Day (12-17): $300 minimum fundraising
1-Day Riders: 75-Miles
Adult or Youth 1-Day: $250 minimum fundraising
25-Mile Adult: $50 minimum fundraising
25-Mile Youth (10-17): $25 minimum fundraising