Just finished proof riding a new 950 mile adventure trail that loops the beautiful and rugged forests of northern Wisconsin. What a blast! This ride isn't for everyone. You need to be pretty handy riding off-road. Terrain and surfaces vary with significant sand on both ends and lots of rocks in the middle. This ride is intended for small-medium dual sports (must be street legal). There will be no big bike go-arounds mapped for this one. As usual, I will post a GPS file for people to download so they can get out and enjoy this wonderful ride themselves. GPS track can be downloaded here. Version 2 now available for download. New Day 4 that is more trail intensive. This map gives you some better references for cities in the vicinity of the ride. Another view. I've posted a few thousand miles of dual sport tracks for others to enjoy including two other long adventure trails. Right now, this track is near the top of the list for me. I plan to host a CannonTrek on this in the near future. As I mentioned I have a couple of other long DS rides out there that are similar to this one. One is the Upper Peninsula Adventure Trail (1250 miles). Another is the Wisconsin-Michigan Adventure Trail (1,000+ miles). If you've got some time to kill this season, you might take a trip to the north central US as there is some excellent dual sport riding that will keep you busy for a while. OK, back to the details on this one . . .