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Trek The Mighty Mac

September 20 - September 22

St. Ignace Trek the Mighty Mac

Trek The Mighty Mac Is Back

 2024 will include a Mackinac Bridge Crossing along with all the other activities we love about Trek.  Below, find event information, guidelines, and registration info.  See you in September!

UTV, ATV, S x S, 3-Wheelers and Off-Road motorcycle enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 9th Annual Trek the Mighty Mac.

Join the growing number of Trekkers’ who gather in St. Ignace every year to enjoy food and gear vendors, a one-of-a-kind parade across the Mackinac Bridge on Saturday, followed by Saturday evening activities and off-roading adventures!


Registration Information

Registration deadline is Monday September 9, 2024 at 12pm.


Registration fee is $40 per driver (Must have valid drivers license) and $35 per adult passenger (children 10 and under are free).

Your registration includes bridge fare, staging, bus transportation, lunch, drink voucher, meet-n-greet activities and a Trek the Might Mac decal for paid registrants. You will stage your machine at a designated location in Mackinaw City, and cross the bridge to your St. Ignace motel or campground (we’re hoping you stay in St. Ignace!)  On Saturday morning we will pick you up by bus and transport you to the staging area.  You will then ride your machine over the Mackinac Bridge and ride to the Little Bear Arena for lunch.  After lunch you are free to ride the trails or return to your motel or campground.

Cancellation Policy:  Partial refunds are available if you cancel more than 30 days before event (cancellation fees apply).  Registration fees if you cancel within 30 days of event are non-refundable.


Apparel is now available for pre-order by clicking here! To be able to pick up your apparel when you drop off your machine and pick up your packet orders must be placed by Friday, September 6th at 5:00pm.

Lodging Information

Stay where the action is! Make your lodging reservation in St. Ignace! Find St. Ignace Hotels Here!

If you have any questions, please call 1-906-643-6950, or email info@stignace.com.

Location: Mackinac Bridge and Little Bear East Arena
Phone: 906-643-6950
Contact: St. Ignace Visitors Bureau
Email: info@stignace.com

Schedule of Events

Friday September 20th

12pm-8pm: Machine drop off and packet pickup. No onsite registration. Absolutely NO exceptions to this time frame.  If you need to take the day off work, please do so.

6pm-8pm: Meet-N-Greet at Little Bear Arena, includes live music and drink voucher at the beer tent for paid registrants.

Saturday September 21

TBD: Bus Pickup

10:30am: Mandatory Safety Meeting

11:00am: Mackinac Bridge Crossing

12-2pm: Lunch at the Little Bear Arena

Trail Riding throughout the Eastern UP with trail maps provided along with suggested routes.

2024 Event Information: Message From The St Ignace Visitors Bureau

Safety is the top priority of the St. Ignace Visitors Bureau and its event organizers. We are all adapting to new changes and policies to help keep safety in the forefront. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we work to make all of our events safe and fun for all. If the event must be drastically changed, postponed, or canceled for safety reasons, we will offer full refunds to anyone that pre-registered. At this point, we have every intention of seeing all your smiling faces, safely, in September.

This event is organized by the St. Ignace Visitors Bureau. Many of our events do not make a profit and those that do, fund activities for guests in St. Ignace including weekly fireworks and nightly music in the summer, and contributions to local programs for downtown beautification and upgrades. The St. Ignace Visitors Bureau is able to make these contributions to the betterment of our town as a whole, and your experience as a visitor, through stays in St. Ignace hotels. To this end, we highly recommend that you stay in a St. Ignace hotel when you visit, to help make these events possible. Thank you for your support of our community!

Law Enforcement/local Orv Ordinance Links

You are responsible for having any required ORV licenses or permits.  Click here to visit the website to read or obtain a copy of “The Handbook of Michigan Off-Road Vehicle Laws and Riding Basics”.  You can download the handbook to your computer for free, or there are iBook and Nook versions that can be downloaded for $1.99.  [An ORV license is required if the ORV will be used anywhere other than private property, and an ORV trail permit is required to operate on state-designated ORV trails, routes or areas. As far as helmet requirements, all ORV operators and passengers must wear a U.S. Department of Transportation approved crash helmet and protective eyewear, except when the operator and passenger are wearing properly adjusted and fastened safety belts in an ORV equipped with a roof that meets or exceeds the standards for a crash helmet.] (Excerpts from the handbook listed above.)



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Little Bear East Ice Arena
275 Marquette Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781 United States
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