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Old 08-02-2019, 07:22 PM
LGCMan LGCMan is offline
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La Crosse Area - Recommendations?

Down in the La Crosse / Onalaska area for the weekend. Any good roads/route suggestions? Iím thinking either the Rushford, MN area or SE of La Crosse.

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Old 08-03-2019, 12:22 AM
Johnny Ritz Johnny Ritz is offline
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Those are good,
and here are some more:
Mindoro Cut
Kick a Poo River valley: (131) and most all of the roads that intersect 131 south of Ontario.
Wild Cat mountain area
171
179
Iowa 76

A nice loop is down 131 south all the way down to 60. Head west on 60 to Prairie du Chien. (stop and get a burger at Pete's Hamburger stand - been there 100 years)
Then cross over to Marquette IA, and come back up IA 76 to x52 through Harpers Ferry, to 26 in Lansing and continue to follow the river to 16 (west) and ride that all the way to 52 in Preston. But, stop at Luigi's in Rushford for great Italian food and don't forget about their Sorbet desert's - they are the BEST!

Really - look at a map and pick the curviest roads you see - you can't go wrong...
Have fun...jealous....
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Old 08-03-2019, 06:08 AM
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Excellent suggestions - thanks!
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Old 08-13-2019, 09:54 PM
SirPoonga SirPoonga is offline
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Anything south of La Crosse. The thing is with all of the bluffs you can get turned around easy. Also on some of the smaller roads watch for horse shoe nails, south of La Crosse is Amish country.
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