Peters to Ride to Muskegon, Traverse City, Munising, Hemlock and Lansing Area, Highlight Progress on Issues Important to Michiganders
DETROIT, MI – Today, U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) announced that next week he will be launching his annual motorcycle tour across Michigan. Throughout the tour, Peters, who is an avid motorcycle rider, will be highlighting progress for Michiganders on issues important to them, including: expanding domestic manufacturing and creating good-paying jobs; ensuring our veterans can access the VA health care benefits they deserve; addressing shoreline erosion and rising water levels; investing in efforts to restore our Great Lakes; and strengthening our cybersecurity defenses.
Peters will be making stops in Muskegon, Traverse City, Munising, Hemlock and the Lansing area. He will start in Muskegon on Monday, August 29th and conclude on Wednesday, August 31st in the Lansing area. During the tour, Peters will ride with veterans, motorcycle safety advocates, workers and constituents. Peters, who founded the bipartisan Senate Motorcycle Caucus, will ride approximately 1,000 miles across the state. Additional information regarding his stops will be announced in the coming days.
“There’s nothing better than riding my motorcycle across Michigan to meet with folks. Working together, we’ve been able to make meaningful progress for Michiganders,” said Senator Peters. “I’m looking forward to traveling across the state to talk about how we’re strengthening our economy, expanding care for our veterans, protecting our Great Lakes, helping communities access resources to build more resilient infrastructure that can withstand erosion and extreme weather and bolstering our cybersecurity.”