‘Unforgettable’ Movie Paperwork Distant U.P. Bike Route


A bikepacking expedition in Michigan? Watch as this group traces an iconic route across the distant U.P.

The Higher Peninsula of Michigan (the “U.P.”) is a wild area of rivers, deep forests, filth roads, and deserted mining cities. And all of it pinched between two Nice Lakes.

“Unforgettable,” a brief movie shot and edited by Aaron Peterson, paperwork one group’s bikepacking journey across the U.P. in 2021. The trip began on the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula and headed counterclockwise for 16 days again to the place it started.

Comply with the expedition, dubbed “Mission Adventrus,” with riders Todd Poquette, Marc Salm, Kelsy Kellermann, and Liz Belt as they pedal 1,650 miles actually across the total U.P.

Runtime: 42 minutes

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Stephen Regenold is Founding father of GearJunkie, which he launched as a nationally-syndicated newspaper column in 2002. As a journalist and author, Regenold has lined the outside trade for 20 years, together with as a correspondent for the New York Occasions. A father of 5, Regenold and his spouse dwell in Minneapolis.

Matters: Biking, Journey, Journey

Tags: bikepacking, movie, bike routes

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