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Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic: Yes, we're running our tours. We ask that you wear a mask, maintain 6-feet of social distance and respect the needs of those around you.
Convenes Wednesday, September 15th and concludes Sunday, September 19th. Three days of riding at $465 per bike ($390 if sharing a room). Five spots remaining, deadline 9/11/2021. Regions include Wisconsin. There are [build_link]24049?l=44.8746752%2C-91.7039586|3 bikes for rent|blank[/build_link] within 100 miles of our start point. Read the [build_link]24057|testimonials|blank[/build_link]!

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The Wisconsin Driftless Area gets a lot of attention from the sport touring community. Further north, however, are lesser known routes that we've tried to keep secret (shhh). Chock full of curves, their midwestern chip seal will warm your tires from the start.

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Schedule and Accommodations

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Group riding times are discussed/announced the night before. All lodging, breakfast and dinner are provided. Customers are responsible for gas, lunch (snack option available) and excursion fees unless otherwise stated below. Each coordinator will have a limited array of roadside tools. Bring any obscure utilities specific to your motorcycle.

Thursday

Let's gather and get acquainted! Established in 1871, Elk Mound is part of the Chippewa Valley. Surrounded by farmland, its village rests near the east border of Dunn County close to various wildlife areas. Mound Hill Park, located nearby, honors rural letter carriers of Dunn County (the only such monument in America). We'll enjoy one of many catered dinners at 6pm and discuss the tour.

Friday

We warm up the engines on a beeline straight, soon turning north via county M toward Albertville. From there we continue until we reach Sand Creek, eventually meandering west into Graytown. Bouncing between each two fold, we ricochet south at Connersville, filling in the north/south voids at Knapp while somehow rolling east (back to base for post-ride down time).

Saturday

Launching day two, we're dippin' south and headed west. Our route exhales all things yesterday, offering sweepers and corners to guide us from Falls City to Elmwood. Anything not riddled in twisties makes up for it with vast, beautiful scenery. At SR-29 and County "W", we barrel roll south with a purpose before visiting every curve due east to Cleghorn and eventually, home base.

Sunday

Our finale blends relaxing sweepers and scenic highways with tight, technical back roads. We head south across the Chippewa River into the Driftless to sample some of Wisconsin's finest "alphabet soup" on our way to the historic Mindoro Cut. West Salem provides a break before we head back north, capped with an easy cruise along Hwy 93 into Eau Claire for evening provisions and rest.

Monday

Make your way home! Seriously. It's likely we've all had a wonderful time riding incredible roads while bonding with new friends ... but all good things [build_link]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1XgFsitnQw|have their end[/build_link]. We're grateful for your business and look forward to riding with you again in the future, schedules permitting. We kindly ask that you [build_link]50|contact us[/build_link] and let us know that you've made it home safe!

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Max 2 People Per Room
Please list any motorcycle-specific training courses you've completed (MSF, Total Control, etc.)
Optional. This could be a helmet cam, on-bike cam or footage taken of you by another rider.
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Where have you ridden in the past? How did you hear about us? What are you excited to see?