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The Gravel Pizza Overnighter is a community bikepacking event tucked right where you'd expect it halfway between the woods, farm country, and the middle of nowhere, Wisconsin. Here we bring you to Part 3 of a series of getting to know the experience at a closer level.

To learn more, visit the Gravel Pizza Overnighter page. Also check out Part 1 (The Gravel) and Part 2: (The Route Highlights).

Between Forest & Farmland is Wedges Creek

Wedges Creek turns 5 this year. I discovered it for the first time over national Bike Travel Weekend in June when my family went out there for a bike camping (and car, too) trip.

As soon as I rolled up, I thought it'd be a heavenly place for a bikepacking gathering.

From the pine-y and peaceful hiding place to the really nice shower house and indoor seating in case of rain, I couldn't wait to get home and invite everyone from The Nxrth to join me and my family out here.

A few weeks ago, some friends and I pre-rode to route to grab some photos, sample the pizza (again), and make sure everything was ready to share.

Here are a few more photos; can't wait to see you all in less than 2 weeks!

46 Miles of Gravel & Pizza

Day 1 isn't too long or too short. It's just right for riding with friends, setting up camp, and then grabbing a drink and pizza.

Set up your tent, take a hot shower, and grab your free welcome drink in the pavilion. There will be live music, blazing pizza ovens, and campfires to gather around as the fall evening sets in.

To see more galleries of photos from our pre-ride to Wedges Creek, check out Part 1 (The Gravel) and Part 2 (Route Highlights).

To learn more, visit the Gravel Pizza Overnighter page.




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