9th Annual British-themed Rural Ramble through Farm, Fen, Field & Fell 



We gather at 10 forenoon, at the Glacial Drumlin State Trail Headquarters for the Western Section, at the junction of State Highway 89 and Jefferson County Highway A, Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Lake Mills is 30 minutes east of Madison, one hour west of Milwaukee and two hours northwest of Chicago, close to Interstate 94.

Simply take I-94 exit 259 to Hwy. 89 South (Main Street) through town to where 89 intersects with County Hwy. A (Topel Street).



Look for the former Lake Mills Railroad Station that is now Trail Headquarters.  Meet on the platform before 10.


–Your classic British bicycle, should you have one. And you should! If not, bring what you have. All are welcome.

–Vintage-style, “tweedy” clothing. Please avoid vile Spandex in all its forms.

–$5.00 in exact change for a Glacial Drumlin Trail day pass.

–Spending money for beverages and a pay-as-you-go luncheon in Cambridge.

–Coffee, tea and scones will be provided. There is typically a great sufficiency, but if you’ve a favourite recipe for something grand, by all means bake it and take it!

–Maps and queue sheets provided. No rider left behind!


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Our point of departure is the Glacial Drumlin State Trailhead (juncture of Rts. 89 and Hwy. A), Lake Mills, Wisconsin, in picturesque Jefferson County.

We wheel southwestward on the Glacial Drumlin State Trail to the Korth County Park and a brief stint of grass track “rough stuff” through the prairie path.

Thence westward again, through tunnel and over bridge to the Lake Mills Wildlife Marsh to espy the glorious water birds. And so along the trail to London, that bustling megalopolis of 200 souls.

We amble in a southerly direction down Route 134 to Cambridge and the Ripley Bakery.

Thence east-by-southeast by way of the famous Ripley Road along the shores of Lake Ripley and via rustic roads north to Mud Lake Road toward Lake Mills, with a brief stop at Sandhill Station State Campground to walk the boardwalks and take in the Glacial Heritage Water Trail.

Back at the Glacial Drumlin Trail Headquarters to our waiting motorcars and a fond farewell till next year’s Rural Ramble. Hardy souls may stay for a spin into Lake Mills and the Tyranena Brewery.



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