MPLS Skyline
MENU

A Weekend in Vilas County

One of my favorite things about June is the now annual trip to Vilas County Wisconsin with the crew from Minneapolis.  The agenda is simple: ride and drink our faces off.  

While I'm sitting on a ton of photos from the weekend, and of my longest loaded (the bike not me) excursion on the Space Horse to date, I figured I'd hit you up first with a few of my favorites from the weekend, which I posted last night to my personal blog.

IMG_3979
we arrived in Vilas at around midnight and proceeded to drink until 5:30am.  This is the sunrise over Razorback Lake.

IMG_4006
Luna Moth - nature is way cool

IMG_4008
Coffin Sleep - the rest of the damned


IMG_4023
on the way up to the Paulding Light in Michigan, a notorious supernatural spot - more on this later

IMG_4030
110 miles of bad roads

IMG_4049
our campsite. always a bummer to have so many cans, if only kegs were portable.

IMG_4056

IMG_4058
waking up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

josh
ol' drinky and my bicycle

IMG_4092
sunset on Razorback Lake

Comments
Guest

Sherry

June 11, 2012

Looks like a blast. How much weight do you manage on your Horse?

Jeff

June 11, 2012

I had two full panniers, I’m guessing around 45lbs

Leave a comment







Remember my personal information
Notify me of follow-up comments?
* Get your picture next to your comment with a Gravatar Account.

Recent Posts

All-City Fun Meeting #2 Kobe

While I'll admit that I don't know the full scoop since I can't read Japanese, it looks like our main man Koshi put together a super rad "Fun Meeting" in Kobe for All-City supporters that took in some of the local mtb trails. Our homies at Motocross Intl (AC's Japan distro) made a nice blog post and even a video about the affair. Check it out.
Read More

All City Championship Alleycat Photos

Kick back cause this is going to be a long one filled with tons of stellar photos by Kevin Sparrow. The 11th running of the All City Championship alleycat took place under alternating rainy / blindingly sunny skies on August 20th. Due to the poor weather only 75 or so showed up to race what is traditionally the hardest alleycat of the year.
Read More

Macho King Generations

Hey there folks, just a friendly note to let you know that Macho King and Macho King LTDs are currently hitting dealers floors as we speak. This is the third generation of our top cross race machine and with every iteration it just keeps getting better and better.
Read More

Archive