Route Index

Northern Routes:


Arcadia Route – Although this route is named for the primary destination (Arcadia) on the highly popular Wisconsin Highway 95, the real highlights are the many bluffs, valleys, and small country roads that you will enjoy.  Beginning in Trempealeau, Wisconsin, this 230 mile route is a gr…more
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Buena Vista Route – We called this route the Buena Vista Route because it includes a visit to Buena Vista Park outside of Alma, WI.  Take the time to drive up into the city park and enjoy the stunning scenery, as this park features the largest natural balcony overlo…more
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Buffalo River Route – The Buffalo River Route was named for one of the main geological features on this route, the Buffalo River.  This 235 mile route, starting in Mondovi, WI, zigs and zags between the Buffalo and Chipp…more
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L.I. Wilder Route – Fans of Little House on the Prairie will enjoy this route which explores the area depicted in the first of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books, Little House in the Big Woods.  The Laura Ingalls Wilder Route,  at approximately 235 miles long, travels the area we…more
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Maiden Rock Route – Legend has it that the daughter of the Dakota Sioux chief Red Wing jumped to her death from the cliff which is now called Maiden Rock. This 244 mile route explores the Driftless Area between Stockholm, Spring Valley, River F…more
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St Croix Route – Named for the St Croix River, this route is our most northern route.  This 260 mile route, beginning in Prescott, WI, is also one of only 2 route that visits 2 states. The St Croix route  is really 2 separate rides.  One segme…more
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Winona Whitewater Route – The Winona Whitewater route features both twisty county roads and the scenic beauty of the Great River Road.  This 260 mile route includes historic Winona, Whitewat…more
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Zumbro River Route – This route is named for the Zumbro River which is a major feature in this part of Minnesota.  Stretching from Wabasha to Zumbrota, to the northern edge of Rochester, this 280 mile route alternates between scenic hillto…more
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Black River Falls Route – Coming Soon!

Eau Claire Route – Coming Soon!

Red Wing – Fairbault Route – Coming Soon!

Upper Trempealeau Route – Coming Soon!

Wabasha – Cannon Route – Coming Soon!

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Central Routes:


Bi State Route – Although most of this route is in southern Minnesota, there is a fairly large portion in Iowa, hence the name Bi State Route.  At approximately 270 miles, this route alternates between high ridgetops and winding riv…more
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Black Hawk Trail Route – The Black Hawk War was a tragic period in early Wisconsin History.  Follow the series of historical markers commemorating the event on the Black Hawk Trail Route.  At approx…more
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Highway 16 Route – Highway 16 makes up the backbone of this 250 mile route.  In addition, this route explores many other prime riding roads between La Crescent and Wykoff.  One of the stops on this route is Money Creek, the loc…more
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Iowa Waterfall Route – Who knew that Iowa boasts many wonderful waterfalls?  We did!  So, go chasing waterfalls on the Iowa Waterfall Route…it includes access to 3 scenic Wate…more
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Lower Kickapoo Route – Enjoy the gorgeous scenery as you trace the path of the lower Kickapoo River on this route, starting in historic Prairie du Chien, WI.  At approximately 220 miles long, this route provides generous access to both the Wisconsin and Missis…more
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Mindoro Cut Route – The Mindoro Cut Route includes one of the most famous motorcycle roads in Wisconsin, the Mindoro Cut.  The cut is 74 feet (23 m) deep, 86 feet (26 m) long, and 25 feet (7.6 m) wide; it is the second-deepest cut built by hand in the We…more
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River Bend Route – Named for the big bend where the Wisconsin River turns west, this route has something for everyone.  It includes twisty roads, elevation changes, a ferry and 3 Wisconsin Rustic Roads.  This 270 mile route explores the Driftless Area betw…more
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White Mound Route – Named for White Mound County Park which is located in the center of this route, the White Mound Route is approximately 240 miles long.  This route, one of four located on the North bank of the Wisco…more
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Wildcat Route – Named for White Mound County Park which is located in the center of this route, the White Mound Route is approximately 240 miles long.  This route, one of four located on the North bank of the Wisco…more
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Boaz – Caz Route – Coming Soon!

Camp Douglas Route – Coming Soon!

Deke Slayton Route – Coming Soon!

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Southern Routes:


Balltown Dreams Route -Even though this route begins and ends in Dubuque, it is named for two of its featured attractions.  Bring your ball glove and have a catch at the Field of Dreams, and prepare for some incredible views from the Balltown Scenic Overlook.  This 270 mile rou..more
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Big M Route – Have you ever wanted to see the biggest “M” in the World?  Well on this route You Can!!  The big “M” is written in whitewashed stones on Platte Mound near Platteville, WI.  Stop for a stretch and ta…more
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Land of Lincoln Route – Starting in Savanah, IL and just crossing the border into Wisconsin, the Land of Lincoln Route covers approximantely 225 miles mainly in the northwest corner of Illinois .  Take in historic Gal…more
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Pecatonica Route – The Pecatonica route is named after the Pecatonica river which meanders through southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois before it joins the Rock River.  This 220 mile route, beginning in Darli…more
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Pikes Peak Route – One of the most prominent features of this route, Pike’s Peak State Park, is named for Zebulon Pike, who most people know from Pike’s Peak in Colorado.  This 270 mile route traces the Mississippi River from McGregor to Guttenberg, but the majority of the route travels farther we…more
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Sabula Anamosa Route – The Sabula Anamosa route is named for 2 of the main points along this route.  From Iowa’s only island city, to it’s pumpkin capital, this 280 mile route clearly demonstrates the topography differences between the Mississi…more
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Taliesin Route – The Taliesin Route is named after one of the Points of Interest on this route,  Frank Lloyd Wright’s homestead named Taliesin.  The route, starting in Mount Horeb, WI, is approximately 230 miles long and stretches from Highla…more
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Wisconsin Triangle Route – We call this route the Wisconsin Triangle Route for two reasons.  The area encompassed is triangular, bordered by both the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers, and because motorcycle riders have been known to mysteriously lose thems…more
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