Be the captain of your own ship — literally — and enjoy a houseboat vacation on the Mississippi River. This first-ever Prairie Riders club houseboat trip, planned as a long-weekend cruise on August 22-25, 2014, gives you the chance to explore the Mississippi River at your own pace. On a houseboat, you can you’ll enjoy sandy Mississippi River beaches, historic river towns, unparalleled scenery and excellent fishing. Continue reading
Prairie Riders Snowmobile Club hosted a fundraiser and party to raise money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Continue reading
Every year for 30 years, bicyclists descend upon Milwaukee on a certain Saturday in June and spend the day riding and touring infamous local watering holes. Join your fellow Prairie Riders for the 2014 ride on June 14. This year’s theme, inspired by Napoleon Dynamite, is Milwaukee Dynamite, and Milwaukee Dynamite it will be!
Like, I’m so sure! Make plans to attend our ’80s Party and Fundraiser and have a Totally Rad time.
Planned for Saturday, May 3, at The Lodge at Stein Farms, the Prairie Riders ’80s Party and Fundraiser is the best chance you will have this year to wear acid-washed jeans, flourescent clothing, poofy-shouldered prom dresses or classic parachute pants and feel right at home in the crowd. Get your tickets at the door on May 3 or in advance at the next Prairie Riders meeting — April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wisconsin Room at the Brat Stop.
Currently, Wisconsin law requires those who use Wisconsin snowmobile trails to display either Wisconsin registration or a Wisconsin snowmobile trail pass. Beginning on July 1, 2015, all snowmobilers must purchase and display a state trail pass to ride on Wisconsin state trails, following passage of Assembly Bill 407.
On March 19, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed Assembly Bill 407 into law. Also called Act 142, AB 407 establishes a requirement that all snowmobiles on the state’s trail system have a Wisconsin registration sticker. Previously, only non-residents were required to purchase a trail sticker to ride on Wisconsin state snowmobile trails. Revenue from the trail pass purchase will be used to help clear, groom and maintain snowmobile trails around the state. Continue reading
According to the AWSC, the state’s Senate has approved AB-407 by a 30-1 margin. The measure has now passed both houses of the legislature.
Get a look at the 2015 snowmobiles that Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha will have on display. They will be at three events in Wisconsin this spring. Continue reading
Thanks to new snowfall and continuing temperatures below freezing, trails in Kenosha County are open in March.