Some cross-training and riding in the Wisconsin – Minnesota river valleys

December 29, 2010 at 8:58 pm Leave a comment

We are on a mini-vacation within our vacation staying in a remote part of northwestern Wisconsin, where the nearest traffic light is about 50 miles away, and even then, that’s the only traffic light within about 100 miles of here! Anyway, today’s ride involved shuttling out the two miles of unplowed road from our cabin to the main highway, parking and riding from there. No real way to ride the road bike on an unplowed road. Warmer temps today just above freezing, but still cold with a stiff south wind blowing. I rode through the snowmobile capital of northwestern Wisconsin, and saw maybe 75-100 snowmobiles and even had a chance to race one!

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