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Dousman 1  Glacial Drumlin Trail    52M      
  Old railbed trail, runs from just east of Madison all the way to Waukesha. The last segment, Dousman to Waukesha is now paved (asphalt), the rest is crushed limestone. 
Madison 2  Badger Prairie Park    2m      
  This trail is short but has a few assets that make it a great workout. It is a one mile out and back road (no traffic) with a hill at the half way point. The nice thing about the hill is one way it is very steep, the other way it is a gradual climb. There are water and restroom facilities. (Submitted by Bill Stuber) 
Madison 3  Capital City State Trail    16K      
  This is a great trail, new pavement, very wide, twisty, hilly (this is not a railroad bed), and right in town. Take Hwy 12 & 18 south (this is Verona Road), at the third stop light turn left (this is Williamsburg Way), turn left on the frontage road and look for the trail sign on your right. It just a couple hundred yards. The trail flows through new housing development, large trees, shopping centers, and swamps. There are a couple of roads that are intersected, the first is Semenole Hwy ( there is parking here), and Fishatchery Road. At Fishatchery you have to cross the road, then go left on Fish, turn right at the first road and go about 100 yard and look for the trail sign on the right. (Submitted by Bill Stuber) Pros: Easy access, new pavement, rolling hills, and out of traffic. Cons: It's not in the Twin Cities! 
Madison 4  Lake Monona    10-25K      
  A beautiful loop around Lake Monona in Madison -- very nice, smooth and lots of great sights. (Submitted by Jason Newville) Pros: Long as you want to make it, easy to find parking, well kept, lighted in evening on many sections. Cons: Can be crowded, along trafic routes. 
Menomonee Falls 5  Menomonee Park    4-5km       414-255-1310
  Nice, rolling, 3.8km loop that has new pavement and very little traffic. It also has some wood chipped ski trails to run on. About 10km. Links up with the Bug line rail/trail for longer runs. The park also has a small sledding hill for some dryland bounding workouts (Joe Cieszynski). Pros: Smooooth pavement. Very little traffic. Cons: Some blind corners. Impatient motorists. 
New Berlin 6  New Berlin Bike Trail    7mi       262-548-7803
  Former railroad bed, asphalted summer of 2006. Pros: new asphalt; Cons: crosses multiple busy roads. (Submitted by John Wightman)  
Port Washington 7  Ozaukee Interurban Trail    30m      
  Completed in 2003, the Ozaukee Interurban Trail is a 30-mile paved multi-use recreation trail that crosses from north to south passing through eight of Ozaukee County’s sixteen communities.  

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