Pick Your Days/Sections

Tour Da Yoop is a 10 day, 1,200 mile cycling course, that allows you to ride as many or as few sections as you want.

Simply pick the days and sections that fit your schedule best.  No matter what day you start, you will be riding with other TDY riders. 

Come Ride Any of the Sections, August 15 – 24, 2019

Click any of the route links above to get more course info

All riders will need to download the course map onto their Ride with GPS app

Section 1
Thursday, August 15th
Manistique to Escanaba
(91 Miles)

Section 2
Friday, August 16th
Escanaba to Iron Mountain
(113 Miles)

Section 3
Saturday, August 17th
Iron Mountain to Ironwood
(131 Miles)

Section 4
Sunday, August 18th
Ironwood to Houghton/Hancock
(122 Miles)

Section 5
Monday, August 19th
Copper Harbor Loop
(117 Miles)

Section 6
Tuesday, August 20th
Houghton/Hancock to Marquette
(118 Miles)

Section 7
Wednesday, August 21st
Marquette to Grand Marais
(110 Miles)

Section 8
Thursday, August 22nd
Grand Marais to Sault Ste. Marie
(114 Miles)

Section 9
Friday, August 23rd
Sault Ste. Marie to St. Ignace
(119 Miles)

Section 10
Saturday, August 24th
St. Ignace to Manistique
(104 Miles)

See Course Info for information on each section.


Buy Early & Save

March 1 thru July 1
Ride 1 Section $300
Ride 2 Sections $350
Ride 3 Sections $400
Ride 4 Sections $450
Ride 5 Sections $500
Ride 6 Sections $550
Ride 7 or More Sections $600

Riders Receive

  • Tour Da Yoop, Eh Custom Made Rider Jersey* SEE FITTING GUIDE BELOW

  • Luggage Bag Drop-Off/Pick-Up At Select Hotels

  • Feed & Hydration Bag Drop-Off During Each Section

  • Discounts at Partnering Hotels and Local Businesses

  • SAG Support

    *must register before July 1 to receive custom made rider jersey


General Information


SAG Support will be provided by TDY.  If something happens to your bike we will do our best to fix it.  If your bike is not rideable, we will have support bring you to the next stop. We won’t leave you stranded in the middle of the U.P.   

Feed / Hydration Stations

Feed/Hydration stations will be located approximately ½ way through each section. We will bring any food/drinks you have to the stations for you.

Luggage Pick Up & Drop Off

We are moving daily, luggage/bag pick up and drop off is available to all Riders.  There were will be designated pick up and drop off locations at each overnight stop. More info on exact locations coming soon.

How Do I get Back To My Car?

All package rides take you back to the spot you started.  

If you are picking your sections (not riding one of the packages), we encourage you to use the cycling community and help each other out to get back to your cars.  That being said, if you are truly without a way to get back to your car, we will get you there somehow.

Packet Pick Up

All riders must check in the night before their first section or between 9am and 10 am on the day of their first section. Each section’s check in location TBA.

Daily Start Times

8:30 am


Helmets must be worn at all times while participating in Challenge of Da Yoop.

SAG Support

We will provide SAG support throughout the entire ride.

Feed / Hydration Stations

Feed/Hydration stations will be located approximately ½ way through each section. We will bring any food/drinks you have to the stations for you.

First Aid

First Aid equipment will be located at all start lines feed bag/hydration stations and finish lines.

Luggage/Bag Pick Up & Drop Off

One less thing for you to worry about.  We will provide luggage pick up and drop off to select hotels for each section.  We will supply you with luggage tags that you  All luggage will be dropped off before you finish the days ride.


Event will be held rain or shine. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has beautiful weather in August, but be prepared for some chilly nights too.

Bike Safety

Although we will be in areas with very little crime, we still encourage you to lock up your bikes. Leave them in your room or lock them on your car, whatever is best for you. Tour Da Yoop is not responsible for any lost or stolen equipment, clothing or any other items.


Be respectful of our beautiful Upper Peninsula. You may leave wrappers and trash at each feeding station, but you may NOT just drop it as you are riding.

Jersey Fitting Guide

Measure the circumference of your chest. Place one end of the measuring tape at the fullest part of your chest/bust, wrap it around (under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and back to the front) to get the measurement. Make sure your measuring tape is level around your body. This can be hard so we recommend measuring in front of a mirror.

Measure the circumference of your waist. Use the measuring tape to circle your waist at your natural waistline, which is located above your belly button and below your rib cage (if you bend to the side, the crease that forms is your natural waistline). Don’t suck in your stomach, or you’ll get a false measurement.