Awsome Biking by Lake Geneva - if you know where to go
White River State Trail
The White River Trail is a beautiful, flat, easy, 12-mile abandoned railroad bed with fine crushed gravel, passing by numerous bridges, farmlands, and wetlands through Wisconsin’s Southeast Glacial Plains landscape. The trail starts from Elkhorn, WI at the west end, to Burlington, WI to the east, while traveling through Springfield and Lyons, Wisconsin. Family and Dog Friendly. The White River Trail is the best Lake Geneva bike trail to date. Perfectly level going through the back yards of farms. At sunrise wildlife can be seen from the trail.
Kettle Moraine Mountain Bike Trails
Located 35 minutes. north of Lake Geneva the tails at the Kettle Moraine State Forest are awesome. The John Muir is a single track technical in areas; can be very hilly, it may be the most visited trail system in the state. The Emma Carlin is shorter and a little milder. There is a connector trail between the two that is a little easier. Bring bug juice in the summer! For map of John Muir Mountain Bike Trials.
Sweet Spot for Road Biking
The area North of Lake Geneva between Elkhorn, Wisconsin and Burlington Wisconsin with Lyons, Wisconsin in the middle is the best area for road biking by Lake Geneva. The roads are mostly back county, low traffic, with moderate hills. Pick your own route or just wing it with Google maps. Enjoy. Below is a rural back road route, the best of Lake Geneva Bike Trails.