Waukesha Ramble
October 22, 2022
10:00 AM

Come to see fall colors in Wisconsin. There will be some rolling hills on this ride. While the Glacial Drumlin and Lake County trails are both rail trails, there are some variances from the old rights of way that have hills. Walking up a hill is OK on this ride. There are usually pleasant views of lakes (and hopefully some color) from the hills. The last 7 miles are downhill with little pedaling needed.

Optional stop for lunch (sandwich) either at a café in Wells or Delafield if that is acceptable to everyone. Or you can bring a lunch.

You'll need a $5 day pass for the Glacial Drumlin Trail. (Funds go to trails in Wisconsin.)

Casual ride. No one left behind.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to prepare.

Reminders: Helmets are expected safety gear. Bike must be in reasonable condition. Guests are welcome to join us for one ride but are expected to join the club for additional rides (insurance requirements). Fountains may be disabled so bring enough water.

Starting Location:
Shurts Environmental Center (810 W. College Ave, Waukesha) Take US 12 West past Lake Geneva to I-43 North. Exit at WI-164/Big Bend and make a left. Follow the road into Waukesha. Turn left on College Ave (traffic light) and follow to the nature center on the right (corner of Prairie and College).

Distance: 30 miles
Average Speed: 10-12 mph
Leader: Wayne (heinmiller.il@prodigy.net)
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