September 12, 2020
The 26th Annual Wolfman Triathlon, presented by Wolfman Triathlon Inc., one of the first off road triathlon's in Wisconsin consists of three segments: 3 mile whitewater paddle…13 mile mountain bike ride…and 3.5 mile rugged trail run. Racers begin in kayaks/canoes on the very rocky 3-mile class II whitewater section of the Wolf River just north of Langlade. This downriver canoe and kayak leg ends at the DNR landing in Langlade. Racers then pull their boats ashore and sprint to the bike racks for a 13-mile mountain biking portion of the race. After a short ride east on highway 64, the course enters the Nicolet National Forest and the area’s extensive network of challenging technical single-track mountain bike trails. The course eventually exits the National Forest, crosses highway 55 south of Langlade and continues on more purpose built trail culminating with a river crossing near the end of the mountain biking course. The last leg of the race is a 3.5 mile rugged trail run along the scenic Wolf River.
For more information or to register click the link below.
Different spelling but the same great annual poker ride on the beautiful Nicolet Roche trails! Ride begins 10am at Grudgeville Pub and includes food, beverages, live music and of course raffles! All proceeds support trail maintenance and development. You don't want to miss out on this one!
Nic Roc Twister Trot Trail Run
Date: Saturday June 6, 2020
Time: 9:00am 15K Run & 9:30am 5K Run
Location: Chequamegon-Nicolet Boulder Lake Campground
2116 Campground Rd
White Lake, WI 54491
Join LAMBA for the 2nd annual Nic Roc Twister Trot Trail Run on June 6th 2020. 15K and 5K options on the iconic and challenging Nicolet Roche Mountain Bike trails in the Nicolet National Forest. Start and finish area at Boulder Lake Campground in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
Registration Fee: $25 advance registration, $30 day of event.
Day of Registration: Saturday Morning 8:00am
Awards: Three deep for age groups and 1st overall male and female:0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Complimentary food and beverage at the finish. Proceeds benefit trail maintenance and construction.
**The Nic Roc Twister Trot name was chosen because a portion of the Nicolet Roche Trail was hit by an E3 tornado that wiped out a wide swath of forest from the town of Langlade to the town of Lakewood.
Monthly Group Rides
Date: Saturday July 21, 2019 4PM
Location: Van Alstine Rd Trailhead
Ride: Northern Trail Segment & Saul Springs Trail
Date: Saturday August 10, 2019 4PM
Location: Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort
Ride: We will be riding from the Bear Paw, crossing Hwy 55 to the two track of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Once there, we will ride to Old Grave Rd, back to Campsite and hit the single track to Buck Snort and back out to Hwy 55 before crossing the road and riding the Wolf River Trails behind the Bear Paw.
Date: Saturday August 31, 2019 4PM
Location: Bear Paw Adventure Resort
Ride: Wolf River Trails
Date: Saturday September 21, 2019 4PM
Date: Saturday June 27, 2020 & Sunday June 28, 2020
Time: 9:00AM Saturday & 8:00AM Sunday
Location: Gardner Dam Scout Camp
N 2940 Gardner Dam Rd
White Lake, WI 54491
Interested in participating in the Wolfman but not fully committed yet? Well, join us for the 3rd annual Pre-Wolfie Clinic which has expanded to 2 days of instruction! Learn from those who have paddled the river and ridden the trails.
Mountain Bike Clinic
Saturday June 27, Gardner Dam Scout Camp
9:00 AM – 12:00 Mountain Bike Skills
12:00 AM-12:30 Lunch Provided
12:30 PM- 1:00 Shuttle to MTB Trail at Van Alstine Rd.
1:00 PM – 4:30 PM Ride the Wolfman Trail from Van Alstine Rd. to Finish at Scout Camp
Work on the following skills: Riding Rock Gardens, Riding Switchbacks, Climbing
5:30 PM Group Gathering & Dinner at Crab & Jacks (Participants pay on their own)
Sunday June 28, Gardner Dam Scout Camp
Try out various canoes, kayaks and sit on top kayaks provided by Peshtigo River Outdoor Learning Center. Brief discussion on boat proper boat design and outfitting for white water paddling. The skills portion of the river will start in the Scout Camp pond with the instruction of certified whitewater instructors who will teach necessary skills for the river.
8:00 AM-9:00 AM Equipment show & tell & gear up
9:00 AM-12:00 PM On water Instruction
12:00 AM – 1:00 PM Lunch Provided and Chalk talk
1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Load Equipment & Shuttle to Wolf River
1:30 – 4:30 Down River paddling, Wolfman Start to Transition area at DNR Landing in Langlade
1. Tips for paddling Wolf River rock garden rapids
2. Finding the cleanest fastest lines on the river
3. Safety & Self Rescue
Day of Registration: Saturday Morning 8:00 AM- 9:00 AM,
Cost: Mountain Bike Clinic Only $40.00
Paddling Clinic Only $40.00
Bike & Paddling Clinic $60.00
Proceeds benefit Mountain Bike Trail maintenance and construction in Eastern Langlade County.
Location: Town of Wolf River Town Hall
N4393 Blue Goose Drive
White Lake, WI 54491
The Oxbow Odyssey is a 23 mile gravel, two track dirt and road ride utilizing the Wolf River State Trail and forest roads in the Nicolet National Forest. This noncompetitive ride begins in Langlade, Town of Wolf River, and then travels west on State Hwy 64 to a gravel pedestrian trail (Wolf River State Trail) that heads north along scenic upper Wolf River. The route then exits the Wolf River State Trail in Hollister and goes east into a network of National Forest paved and gravel roads. The ride loops back around south to the Wolf River Town Hall.
After ride cook out with beverages at the Wolf River Town Hall.