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Corney Loop

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 115 miles / 185.1 km
  • Ride Time: 2-4 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $8.74
  • State: Wisconsin
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This run has some of everything. It starts in Cornucopia(Corney) on Hwy 13. You won't find gas here but there are a couple restaurants and a general store that has it all. From here, head east on 13 and it takes you along Lake Superior at times and you'll have breath-taking views. The first town you'll see after Corney is Red Cliff on the Reservation. There's gas and such and if you're into gambling then you might enjoy the casino here.The next town is Bayfield where you'll find gas, food and most everything else.After that it's Washburn where you'll also find everything you need. You'll probably want to fill up here. While in Washburn you take county Hwy C. Hwy C is a nice curvey, wooded ride.Keep an eye out for Forest Road 236. It's one of the few paved roads you'll see off Hwy C to the left.FR 236 is great road through the Chequamegan-Nicolet national forest. There aren't any hard twisties but it's nice and curvey with a fantastic road surface. It's also the only paved road you'll see through this part of the Natioanl Forest here. There are several gravel side roads so watch for gravel at those intersections. You'll see very little traffic on this road.You'll come to the 'town' of Ino, which is nothing much more than a house and some sort of gas-stop. I don't trust the gas here but if you filled up in Washburn you should be alright. Go straight through the intersection here and you'll be on County Hwy E. After a few miles, take a right on County Hwy H. Hwy H isn't to exciting right away but eventually turns hilly, curvey and even twisty at times through a deeply wooded land of lakes. You might see a little more traffic in the lakes area at times as it's a sort of resort area. Usually summer weekends. If you hungry, try the Delta Cafe along side Hwy H.Eventually you come to the town of Iron River at Hwy 2. Go straight through the intersection and you'll be on County Hwy A. You'll fing gas, food and such here but just note where Hwy A is as you'll have to venture into town to find food and gas.Hwy A is a straight road in more open country than wooded but it is still very pretty. It's a good time to relax and enjoy the scenery. At the end of Hwy A you'll come into the town of Port Wing and back again at Hwy 13. Go east(right) on 13. You'll find mid-grade at best gas here and some food.The next town of Herbster is about the same as Port Wing.Which then brings you back to Corney! The stretch from Port Wing back to Corney has some more breath-taking views of Lake Superior with some pull-off for great photo opportunities.In this part of the state you will want to keep an ever-alert eye out for deer, bear, wolves(all of which I've had encounters with), porqupines, dogs, coyotes, moose, elk and etc. I'm very serious abou this!

This is a motorcycle ride in the state of Wisconsin. This motorcycle route has 9 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by KingHardcor in November. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by KingHardcor

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Ride Scenery:

Historic SitesBeachesParksFall ColorsLakesForestRuralRiverFarm Land

Best Time to Go

Spring, Summer, Fall

Road Characteristics:

Straight RoadSweeping Curves RoadTwisty RoadRolling HillsNo TrafficAverageAdequate Gas StationsAdequate

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