Friends of Riding Gravel contacted us about a new fundraising ride happening this fall in a beautiful area in Northern Wisconsin. If you’ve never been in the area, especially during the fall, it’s a breathtaking experience. It’s a vacation destination for many throughout the Midwest and it doesn’t disappoint with a lot of great, quiet riding, as well as hiking, fishing, or camping, with very few people.
This event is a fundraiser for a great cause, so be sure to share with all of your riding friends.
About the Hibernator 100:
What is the Hibernator 100? A 100 mile or 100K limited support gravel road ride through the Nicolet National Forest, hosted by the Laona Rescue Squad and Wabeno Fire Department.
When? October 4, 2014
Where? Start/Finish in Laona, Wisconsin
Registration Fee? None
Donations: A donation of $20 will help cover expenses and support the Laona Rescue Squad and Wabeno Fire Department
Why the Hibernator 100? Now is the time to pack on another 100 miles or 100 K of gravel riding and enjoy the amazing fall colors of the Nicolet National Forest before another long winter settles in.
The Route? These are different routes than the Bear 100. Local rider, Butch Piontek put together a mix of his favorite gravel and dirt roads. The result is amazing scenery and a quad burning challenge you won’t forget.
Is there something that you’ve found that you think should be shared? Just let us know by contacting us.
Discuss the Hibernator 100 by reading or contributing to the Hibernator 100 thread on The Riding Gravel Forum.