Wisconsin Motorcycle Roads

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Swap your helmet for a cheesehead and tackle Wisconsin motorcycle roads with this collection of rides from REVER. Motorcycle routes in Wisconsin take you through the stunning beauty of the upper Midwest along the shores of Lake Michigan. Away from the shoreline, you can explore the lakes and deep woods of the interior. After touring these beautiful places, finish your Wisconsin motorcycle rides in popular cities like Milwaukee and Madison. We've selected the best motorcycle rides in Wisconsin to ensure you see everything in America's Dairyland. Simply open the REVER app, select a region below and head out on an unforgettable ride today.

Ride along the shores of Lake Michigan as you explore Wisconsin.
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Tips For The Best Wisconsin Motorcycle Rides

REVER is the premier navigation app for Wisconsin motorcycle routes built by riders for riders. It is free to download right now, and you can get started in seconds. Open hand-picked routes from experienced riders all over the world, or track your favorite routes and share them with fellow riders for bragging rights. Ready to do some serious touring in Wisconsin? You're going to need REVER Pro before you go. Utilize turn by turn navigation, weather alerts, points of interest notifications and Butler Maps recommendations to ensure you never miss a thing out on the road.

The change in seasons is quite dramatic in The Dairy State, and you'll want to plan carefully for motorcycle rides in WI. The summers are warm and pleasant throughout much of the state. You don't really have to worry about extreme heat too often, so 4 season riding gear will get the job done most of the time. If you live in Wisconsin or visit during the winter, you'll want to keep your bike in the garage most days as the state sees substantial snowfall and regular dips into sub-zero temperatures. Prepare for cooler temps on spring and fall rides by adding quality base layers to your gear collection.

Wisconsin Attractions

Every visit to Wisconsin should start with a tour of its natural beauty. The southwestern region is known as the “driftless area” as it did not receive the glaciation that flattened nearby states like Illinois and Indiana. Nothing beats a day of riding through the hills and rivers of the driftless area on your bike. Or you can cruise along the shore of Lake Michigan up to the sleepy peninsula of Door County. This secluded area almost feels like you've stepped back into a simpler time, and the views of the lake are breathtaking. While you're in the area, be sure to head into Green Bay to see Lambeau Field. Even if there isn't a Packers game going on, you can tour the stadium and join the longest season ticket waiting list in sports. No visit to Wisconsin is complete without tasting its state treasures of cheese, brats and beer! Milwaukee is often called the beer capital of the world, and you can tour large breweries like Miller and Pabst as well as up and coming craft breweries like Black Husky and City Lights. But for the best craft beer in the state, you need to head west to New Glarus, WI to visit New Glarus Brewing. This award-winning brewer makes the famous Spotted Cow that can only be purchased in the state of Wisconsin. Prost!

Northern Wisconsin is dotted with hundreds of lakes.
Devil's Lake in Baraboo is the most popular state park in Wisconsin.
Ride up to Door County to explore winding roads and 300 miles of shoreline.

REVER's Top Wisconsin Motorcycle Rides

Alphabet Loop: Hillsboro To Stoddard

This loop heads though the Kickapoo Valley Reserve State Natural Area on its way west to Stoddard and the Mississippi River.

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Madison To Prarie Du Chien

This route west out of Madison follows the Wisconsin River to Prarie de Chien and the Mississippi.

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West Salem Loop

This loop heads north out of West Salem along the C, then heads into the Half Moon Bottoms State Natural Area and along the river going west then loops back down through Stevenstown.

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