PALM Riders Stop In The Cloud
By N3 News Team
Over 750 cyclists spent Monday night on the football field at White Cloud High School Monday night as the school played host to the participants in the 35th annual Pedal Across Lower Michigan (PALM).
The riders mounted on an amazing array of cycling options were on day 2 of the 6 day run across the Mitten having spent the previous evening in Whitehall and...
...cruising through Fremont in the mid morning hours before coming to their overnight bivouac headquarters.
“It’s a fun run not a fundraiser,” said Mike Mock one of the 80+ volunteers who help make the cyclists stops as seamless as possible. White Cloud High School was filled with folks getting ready for an early afternoon arrival by the bikers.
After Monday’s respite on White Cloud’s home field the group was to be moving on to Evart, followed by treks to Gladwin, and Hale before finishing in Oscoda on the shores of Lake Huron this Friday.