Calendar of Events

 

November 2019

Nov 4~  9:30am – 5:30pm – TBD SORVA Ride  Where: TBD  Contact: 19dsmither62@gmail.com for more info Hosted by Chippewa County SORVA  We had a CC-SORVA ride on the calendar for Monday November 4th but unfortunately have cancelled it. 

Nov 9 ~ 9:30am – 5:30pm – TBD SORVA Ride  Where: TBD  Contact: 19dsmither62@gmail.com for more info, Hosted by Chippewa County SORVA

December 2019

Dec 7 ~ Board of Directors Meeting  Meeting begins at 10:00 Location Foggy’s Restaurant, room block has been secured with The White Pine Lodge 906-387-1111 be sure to mention MISORVA!   There will be a SAW meeting on Thursday at 10:00 AM at Foggy’s as well.  On Friday there will be a group ride providing the snow gods answer our prayers.  See you there!

December 7 ~8:30 AM – 2:30 PM Snowmobile Safety class at the Frankenmuth Conservation Club 8415 E Curtis Rd., Frankenmuth, MI. Hosted by the Frankenmuth Snowmobile Club. To register please contact Ed Roedel (989) 262 – 8252.

January

February

February 6,7,8  ~ Ride In  Northern Waters Casino Watersmeet Mi Registration meal package will be 100.00 per person and  will include Friday and Saturday breakfast and dinner.  You must register with the MISORVA office and we will make your registration with the hotel. The event will kick off Thursday night with a meet and greet! Friday morning begins with a hearty hot breakfast and out for a ride—there will be games on the trail for all to participate in!  There will be guided rides for those wanting a sightseeing adventure to the local hotspots or you can go on your own.  Saturday night will be the prize presentation for the trail games!  Hope to see everyone there for a great time!   Ride In 2020 Registration

February 15 ~ 28th Annual “Long Riders” Relic Run

Registration starts at 8am Sat. February 15th. At Jack Pine Lodge, Steuben, Mi. (between Munising & Manistique)

Judging 9-10am, awards @ 10:45am.  Ride begins at 11am following the National Anthem

Ride to Boot Lake bar(lunch) & return to Jack Pine All benefits go to local charities ($10 per sled donation, please)