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Since no cars are allowed on Mackinac Island, one of the most scenic ways to take in the natural beauty is by bicycle. You’re always welcome to take your own bikes to Mackinac Island on the ferry. But there also are several places to rent bikes – from single-speed cruisers to tandem bikes to tag-along trailers for little kids. One of the iconic Mackinac Island experiences is to pedal all the way around the outer rim of the Island with the lake breeze in your face. It’s a leisurely 8.2-mile ride that takes 60 to 90 minutes.

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Arch Rock

The most famous of the rock formations on the island, this arch towers above the water and is more than fifty feet wide. It attracts the vast majority of the…

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Crack In The Island

Geological formations are aplenty on the Island, and while this one might not be an A-Lister like Arch Rock, it’s still worthy of discovery. Traversing through the crack or pretending…

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Island House Bikes

With no motorized vehicles allowed on Mackinac Island, bicycles have become the most popular mode of transportation for locals and tourists. Island House Bikes offers rentals for adult and children's…

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Mackinac Bike Barn

At Mackinac Bike Barn, bikes are truly our passion. At one of our two locations, you're sure to find either the perfect bike, a rental bike specially fitted for your…

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Mackinac Cycle

Mackinac Cycle carries a huge selection of SPECIALIZED brand rental bikes in single to multi-speed comfort bikes and hybrids that are ideal for biking on Mackinac Island. They also carry…

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Mackinac Island Bike Shop

Mackinac Island Bike Shop carries a huge selection of TREK rental bikes in single to multi-speed comfort bikes and hybrids that are ideal for biking on Mackinac Island. They also…

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Mackinac Wheels

At Mackinac Wheels bikes are truly our passion. At one of our two locations, you're sure to find either the perfect bike, a rental bike specially fitted for your Mackinac…

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Marquette Park

Marquette Park is a beautiful greens cape located at the foot of Fort Mackinac. It is part of Mackinac Island State Park and stands on the edge of Mackinac Island's harbor…

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Mission Point Bike Rentals

The best way to explore the beauty of Mackinac Island is by bicycle. Mission Point offers single speed, multi-speed, and tandem bike rentals by the hour or by the day.…

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Ryba’s Bike Rental

Bicycles and Electric Scooters for those with disabilities or medical conditions. Two Locations: downtown next to Mackinac Island Ferry dock #2 and next to the Chippewa Hotel.

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Skull Cave

Believed to have been the hiding place for English fur trader Alexander Henry during Pontiac’s Rebellion in 1763, Skull Cave is a small and shallow cave on the central heights…

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Sugar Loaf

A massive rock nearly 75 feet above ground is locate at the center of the island, and is a great site to take in along with Fort Holmes and the…

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The Forest

For sheer, intense beauty and grandeur, the Mackinac State Park is one of Mother Nature’s most awe-inspiring treasures. Encompassing over 80% of Mackinac Island, the park offers the following attractions.…

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Top of Rock Views

Mackinac Island is a big limestone rock formation and getting to the many high points will be rewarded with world class views. Popular locations include Sunset Rock, Fort Holmes, Fort…

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