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Fat Tire Wisconsin: A Mountain Bike Trail Guide
by W. Chad Mcgrath
contributions by Mark Parman
University of Wisconsin Press, 2001
Paper: 978-0-299-17214-5
Library of Congress Classification GV1045.5.W6M34 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification 796.6309775


Razorback Ridge. Levis Mound. The Underdown. Washburn and Nepco Lake. Whether you’re looking for a snake-like singletrack or a steep descent, whether you want to hit the trails near urban centers or escape to the scenic northern woods and waters, Fat Tire Wisconsin will take you there.

In this updated Second Edition, authors and Wisconsin natives W. Chad McGrath and Mark Parman share the knowledge gained from countless hours of riding Wisconsin’s off-road bike trails. They’ve included twenty-one challenging new trail systems, as well as changes and expansions to older systems. Fat Tire Wisconsin includes details of terrain and levels of difficulty; trail maps, directions to the trail sites, and use fees; and information on organizations, races, and websites.

Worldwide, mountain biking is enjoying ever-increasing popularity. Wisconsin, already a popular and welcoming locale for cycling activities of all kinds, is fast becoming a leader in off-road biking. Fat Tire Wisconsin takes you straight into the heart of everything that off-road Wisconsin has to offer.

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