2017 Port City Crit Poster

The Place

Settlement of Muskegon began in earnest in 1837 when Muskegon Township was organized as a subdivision of Ottawa County. One of the earliest settlers, Henry Pennoyer, was elected as the first township supervisor in 1838. As a corporate entity, Muskegon County dates from 1859.

yeah, now you know that!

The Race

Come and check out the one of the best venues for the newest race on the Michigan Cycling Calendar.  A vibrant downtown environment provides the backdrop for this counter clockwise course with a short kicker and fast finishing stretch.

Meet the Team

Races like these do not put themselves on.  It takes the hard work of many people and here is just a few of the key members of the Port City Crit team.

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Heather Goss

Mother of the Port City Crit

architect, amateur bike racer, and mother of two

Cathy Schroeder and friend

Cathy Schroeder

PR Sponsorship Director

Community outreach and  communications.

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Julia Miller

Owner- City Hub Cyclery

Race and Volunteer Coordinator

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Brian Bangma

Race Director-Ignite Your Event Owner

Race Timer and Race Logistics for the Port City Crit.

Michigan Women’s Cycling Coalition

MWCC LogoMichigan Women’s Cycling Coalition 501(c)3 Non-Profit Mission is to develop, maintain and support a network of female cyclists and supporters of women's cycling. The MWCC will work to advance the interests of female cyclists through education and advocacy programs.
Specific objectives and purpose of this organization shall be:
  • To provide instruction in the sport of cycling to women;
  • To engage in the promotion and participation of the sport of women's cycling;
  • To provide oppoortunities for women to engage in recreational and competetive cycling;
  • To sponsor, host and/or participate in events and activities that promote the sport of women’s cycling.