Ledgeview Loops Ride

Today was a beautiful day for a long ride on the tandem. There was a light easterly wind so we headed to the Town of Ledgeview, Wisconsin (located east of us) to bicycle the Ledgeview Loops.

In 2018, we were hired to develop bicycle loops for the Town of Ledgeview. A recent survey of their residents showed a desire to have preferred bicycle routes signed in the community. After months of work the Ledgeview Park Loop (3.8 miles), Rollercoaster Loop ( 7.4 miles), Moneymaker Loop (5.6 miles), and the Dairyaire Loop (8.3 miles) were created and approved by the Park Committee and the Town Board.

Work on the loops continued in 2019 with the Town signing two of the routes and securing a sponsor for one. The Town’s website also has Loop maps available for download.

We had a fun afternoon riding a portion of all four loops on our 32 mile ride. The Dairyaire Loop definitely lived up to its name with the fresh farm scent for us to enjoy.

We encourage you to get out and explore your own backyard.

About Tracy and Peter Flucke

We inspire people to explore the world by bike and foot through our cross-country bicycle adventures, and our book, “Coast to Coast on a Tandem.” This blog details our past trips and provides updates on our current adventure. Enjoy the ride! Tracy and Peter Flucke

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