Biking and Biking in the Chequamegon National Forest
With over 860,000 acres
of public lands the Chequamegon Forest has countless
miles of roads, forest roads, old logging roads, and
trails for the cyclist and their family to explore!
Wheter you ride a mountain bike or a road bike, there's
plenty of places for you to ride in our area.
here for more info on the Chequamegon National Forest
the Chequamegon there are also many miles of designated
mountain bike trails as well. Just to the north and
west of the Moose lake area a short drive you'll find
the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association trails.
trails lie in and around the beautiful Chequamegon
National Forest as well as in Bayfield and Sawyer County
Forests - nearly a million acres in which to ride your
fat tire bike. Of this, CAMBA encompass an area of approximately
1,600 square miles. The trail system is divided into
six clusters, each with one or more trail heads. An
overview area map of the entire system indicating the
location of each cluster as well as other rideable gravel
and on-road paved routes is available. More detailed
maps of each cluster with trail routes and navigational
narratives are also available at area bike shops and
chambers of commerce or directly from CAMBA