Ride Day

The Holland 100 starts from and finishes at the Greenhouse facility at Herman Miller. Parking looks ample, but carpooling is strongly encouraged.

The course officially opens at 7:00 a.m. Saturday, July 14. Before that time, there will not be SAG support on the course, and you may approach rest stops earlier than we're ready for you.

We STRONGLY recommend that faster, more serious cyclists, start as close to 7:00 a.m. as possible.

The shower facilities inside the Herman Miller Greenhouse are available post-ride until 4:00 p.m.


The chart below outlines each route individually--or you can go here to see all files, links, tip sheets, etc. for all routes. Please note, these files are from 2017...we may make updates to the routes for 2018 in early July.

Course Map (.pdf)
*GPS File (.gpx)
100 Miles
67 Miles
36 Miles
18 Miles
Saugatuck/Douglas Detail
(36, 67, 100 only)

*Note: .gpx files are the most common GPS data format, and work with most GPS units. If you open the file on a computer or non-GPS device, it will appear as a bunch of code. Save the file, plug your GPS unit into your computer, and move the file to your device.

Details to come.

YES, you can pick up packet(s) for others!

Not many bike tours can boast a full-on pancake breakfast during the ride. One of your rest stops includes pancakes and coffee to get that day off to a great start (thanks to Holland Christian Schools South Side Transportation and Simpatico Coffee).

The other rest areas have the perfect fuel to get you through the day, too. Sponsored by our friends at Hope College TRiO Upward Bound, you can expect meat & cheese roll-ups, PB&J, pretzels, fruit, granola and other ride day staples. Our volunteers will also hook you up with fresh water or energy drink if you wish.

The finish line will have great snacks and water provided by SpartanNash (AKA our friends at Family Fare and D&W stores!) and a limited supply of iced tea from Simpatico Coffee. 

The start/finish line and each rest stop will be staffed with experienced bike mechanics from local bike shops to help you solve any issues that may come up during the ride.

Additionally,SAG support will be on the course to help transport you and your disabled bike to the next rest stop for repair. Please note, SAG cannot transport tired riders--only those with legitimate mechanical issues.