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A Schedule of Summer Bike (Food and Beer) Destinations

A Schedule of Summer Bike (Food and Beer) Destinations 

It’s no secret that Wisconsinites love craft beers paired with delicious local food. Enjoying this tasty combo is even more rewarding after a day of biking.

June 10

Cycle your way to local farms and food vendors with the Tour de Food from Stoughton’s Yahara River Grocery Co-op. Route options range from 12 to 85 miles—but all end at a food and beer pairing celebration.

June 23–28

Explore historic towns and visit cheese factories, chocolate shops, bakeries and breweries on the Swiss Cheese and Spotted Cows Bicycle Tour. The rides—averaging 60 to 65 miles a day—start and end in Mineral Point.

July 9–14

The Flavors of Wisconsin Tour will have you sampling microbrews and cheeses throughout the scenic southern region of the state. The ride, limited to 20 cyclists, starts and ends in Mt. Horeb. Lodging is included, and daily mileage ranges between 35 and 55 miles.

September 1–2

The Beer and Cheese Tour is a two-day, self-supported event that leads from Madison to Monroe and back with options to visit breweries and cheese makers. Riders choose between trail and road routes, pedaling 50 or 70 miles a day, respectively.

September 15

Bike the Barns highlights local farms and serves up delicious eats from the Underground Food Collective. The route changes every year, but count on biking through the beautiful country roads and a fun party at the final farm.

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