Cycling in Wisconsin | Travel Wisconsin

Biking is more than just an outdoor recreational activity here in Wisconsin. It is the way we communicate with the world around us and with each other.

Bring a bike – or a few – with you on vacation or rent it here. Ride alone or with family and friends. Go up the paved trails or mountain passes. Whatever you do, cycling is not only a great way to get around and explore our major cities and small towns, but it’s also a fun pastime that will lead you to some of the most majestic scenery in our state.

So strap on your (and your kids’) helmet and start stomping. You’ll be amazed at how much you and your family can discover on two wheels.

Test your endurance

he goes Mountain biking In Wisconsin and reconnect with your adventurous spirit, maybe challenge your partner or kids to a friendly race. Here, there are bike-friendly trails designed for every skill level from beginner to pro.

With nearly 30 bike paths, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest It has everything from signed trails to the challenging roads of Wisconsin Northwoods. For a more intermediate cycling experience full of tight turns and short, steep climbs, hop on Superior Municipal Forest Mountain Bike Trail. Having your own mud tires will make it easier to navigate roots, logs, and fine sand.

Take the flabby road

For a smoother ride, ride on any paved bike roads found throughout the state and enjoy the sights of traffic.

For example, multi-use bike paths run along scenic rivers, through forests and cities, and former farmhouses and small towns. on the pavement glacier bike path, a former railroad bed over 30 miles long, prepare to stop for a minute or two to marvel at the sculptures, prairie flowers, and woodlands along the way. The trail passes through streams and through a rustic bridge covered in red. For an urban cycling experience, check out Lake Front Oak Live Trail in Milwaukee, which takes you through industrial sites, stunning architecture, and historic parks.

Here in Wisconsin, you can also have fun road Trails and sightseeing in ways you can’t even ride in a car. The Historical tour of the stone bridges, for example, takes you through 48 miles of beautiful countryside that includes German, Finnish, and Swedish stonework. For a different route experience, rent a bike through Madison’s bike sharing software Explore the urban jungle on two wheels.

No one in the family will be bored in any of these adventures.

Bike any time of the year

Like other outdoor recreational activities, cycling doesn’t stop in winter, it just takes it to the next level.

Fat tires are great for riding on unstable surfaces, including snow. Silver Lake Park It maintains 10 miles of trails specifically for winter adventures. WinMan Tracks Winchester has heavy-duty tire facilities and rentals so you can pack them up and hit the road without towing your gear on vacation.

And you don’t have to go alone. Wisconsin bike It organizes fun rides for all ages and skill levels, allowing fast cyclists to go far and climb hills, while others take their time and enjoy the scenery.

So, reconnect with nature on two wheels and discover something new about your family and Wisconsin.

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