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    Fon du lac

    Is there any good riding in this area?
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    one might take the silence as a no
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    Check out Fat Tire Guides - Search for MTB and Biking Trails in Wisconsin Depends what you consider "the area" and what a reasonable drive is for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5 View Post
    Is there any good riding in this area?
    I believe you can ride Kiekhaefer park but haven't myself, Northern Kettle Moraine trails are fairly close. Ripon College ceresco prairie is within 20 minutes, it's only about a mile of singletrack but very fun professionally built trail with some different options, also about 4 miles of gravel trail with climbs to add on. Other than that Nordic Mountain near Mt Morris and Evergreen Park in Sheboygan Sould be within an hour. I think there's also some trails South of FDL but don't know much about them.

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    Kiekafer, Greenbush, New Fane.... Glacial Blue Hills in WestBend.

    Depends on how far out of town you want to get.

    I recommend not riding Hobbs, its primarily a hiking trail (though there is terrain for some good potential), so you might run into foot traffic.

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    thanks for the up dates..
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    Re: Fon du lac

    Quote Originally Posted by captainmorgan View Post
    Kiekafer, Greenbush, New Fane.... Glacial Blue Hills in WestBend.

    Depends on how far out of town you want to get.

    I recommend not riding Hobbs, its primarily a hiking trail (though there is terrain for some good potential), so you might run into foot traffic.
    What would you recommend, kiekafer or greenbush? Will be in fondy area today

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    Greenbush by far. I was just out there the other weekend and had a blast.

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    Re: Fon du lac

    We did greenbush and thought it was a nice trail....few too many rocks for a beginners but really good flow. Kiekafer trails were closed for some reason

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