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The Michigander Bicycle Tour has gone to great lengths to assure your safety, and that includes having a Ride Doctor with a First Aid Team. Our veteran volunteer physician, Dr. Dick Nivala will provide emergency medical support on the route each day. Radio-equipped staff members will patrol the route. A volunteer First Aid Crew will also be present. In the event of an emergency, you can identify these individuals by their arm bands.
While we hope it doesn’t, emergencies can happen back home and your family may need to reach you on the ride. If your family has an emergency message for you during The Michigander and are unable to reach you on your cell, they can leave a message with us by calling or texting the Road Line at 872-529-7241. Messages will be checked periodically from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. Know that this is not a personal message center, but a service exclusively for emergencies only.
All messages will be left at the Information Hub during staffed hours. If there is an emergency that requires your immediate attention, we will do our best to find you via our SAG Stop volunteers while on the ride, otherwise, you may pick up any messages between 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. each evening at the Information Hub.