I had seen somewhere in your post that you are from around the Milwaukee area. If you are looking for a bimble ride, take I94 west to cty P (sawyer rd). Head north to cty B (valley rd). Turn right on Mill rd. Right again at Delafeild rd, then left on Waterville rd.. This will take you through the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Turn right at Piper rd. and right again at hwy 67. Turn left at ZZ (second zz sign). Turn left at cty Z. At Mill rd., turn right. As you cross hwy 59 it will become Carlin Trail. As you get into Palmyra, turn right at 2nd st. At Main st turn left. This is cty H. Take this to bluff rd. Turn left. This will again take you along and through the State Forest. Bluff rd. will take you through the town of Little Prairie (The cemetery has a fellow from the Revolutionary war buried there). After you pass this section, Bluff rd. will have tighter, blind, off chamber turns. Don't get caught out. This ends at Nature rd.. Turn left, at cty LO turn right and a quick left to Markham rd. You will be in Eagle. Turn left onto Main st. Turn right onto hwy 67, (this is a nice road in itself and will take you back to I94) at Piper rd., turn right, at Waterville rd. turn left and ride it in reverse. After you go under the interstate turn left, this will take you to the on ramp. If you are from the southwest side of Milwaukee, take hwy 36 to Waterford. Grab hwy 20 west to county N and turn right. This will take to you to Nature rd., (or hwy 83 to Mukwonago, turn left at cty ES. take this to cty J and turn right (at the Elegant Farmer. This will take you through Lake Beulah. At cty N/Nature rd turn right and ride the loop from there). Most roads are about 45mph, so it makes a good Sunday bimble. If you Mapquest Waukesha county , you should be able to follow the roads on it to familiarize yourself with the route. Enjoy. Frank Coleman
Last edited by franko; 05/16/1511:44 pm. Reason: missed word. dang I need to slow down when I do this
Awesome!!! Thanks for the info and that's really not that far from me plus that is beautiful country. Thanks for the heads up for sure. I've been through that area but never the precise route you mentioned.
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