Five Fantastic Spring Bike Rides

Wisconsin might be the best place in the Midwest for a biking. The huge variety of landscapes, the excellent trail systems and the well-maintained roadways all add up to great riding. Whether you’re a mountain biker, road cyclist or someone looking for an easy bike ride with the family, Wisconsin has something for you. These five riding opportunities are among the Midwest’s very best.

Bike Path in Oneida County

McNaughton TrailOneida County

This woodland trail offers mountain bikers a level terrain, very few steep hills and lots of wonderful scenery. The trail makes its way around Hawk, Helen and McNaughton lakes, giving riders a chance to see some beautiful waterscapes. It’s definitely one of the best mountain biking opportunities in the state. See a trail map.

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Razorback RidgesVilas County

For the mountain biker who’s looking for more of a challenge, pedal your way north to Vilas County’s Razorback Ridges Trail.

Middleton Bike Path

Roads of Western Dane County—Middleton

If you’re a road cyclists, you need to ride western Dane County. Middleton is the ideal starting point for rides into the lush, green hills that stretch westward from the Madison area.  Find hotels in Middleton.

Biking Tomorrow River State Trail

Tomorrow River State TrailStevens Point Area

The 18-mile Tomorrow River State Trail runs along an abandoned railroad through the Stevens Point area. Paved with crushed limestone, the smooth trail is a joy to ride. The terrain is level and the countryside is picturesque. Learn more about this excellent trail.

Biking on Bridge by RJ & Linda Miller

Great River State Trail—Onalaska

Running north from Onalaska for 24 miles along the Mississippi River, the Great River State Trail is one of the best bike rides in the state. Waterscapes and wetlands await you along this level trail. Find complete information about this outstanding trail.

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