Friday transportation from Kenosha to Dubuque  

You can make your own transportation arrangements or sign up for our $60 motorcoach service and bicycle transportation from right next to the finish location in Kenosha. Just arrive at Kennedy Park before 10 AM. You can leave your car there until you get back after the ride. Wheel & Sprocket will carefully load your bike and your overnight backpack (not a suitcase) in a moving van. You board a comfortable motor coach and relax for the four-hour ride to Dubuque. Remember you may need to ride your bike to your hotel in Dubuque, so we highly recommend you bring a backpack as your overnight bag. If you purchase the transportation option, Wheel & Sprocket will also take your overnight bag back to Kenosha for you.

There will be food and coffee available for purchase at Kennedy Park, with the proceeds from sales going to support the Kenosha Velodrome Association.

When you get to Dubuque, the motor coach will drop you off right on Main Street next to the Holiday Inn Hotel and the Five Flags Theater. Grab your bike from the moving van, put on your overnight backpack and head to your hotel.

Motorcoach and bicycle transportation from Kenosha to Dubuque, Friday, August 10th, $60 add-on: Don’t want to arrange transport? Leave it to us, just arrive at Kennedy Park in Kenosha by 10 AM, park your car on the grass, pick up your registration packet, and let Wheel & Sprocket carefully pack your bicycle in a moving van. Then you grab a bite from one of our food vendors while you wait to hop on a comfortable motorcoach bus for the trip to Dubuque. The motorcoaches will leave as soon as all the moving van is packed, so your bike is waiting for you when you get to Dubuque so you can bike to your hotel.

Bus trip from Beloit to Finish Party in Kenosha, Saturday, August 11th, $50 add-on: For those doing the 105-mile option that ends in Beloit, you can either have someone meet you there to take you to the finish or take a bus we provide. Your bike will travel with you on the bus. This option also exists for those who sign up for the 175 mile option and are too tired to ride the last 70 miles from Beloit to Kenosha.

Beloit Bag Drop, $25 add-on: Think you might want to change your shorts or jersey after riding 105 miles? Need to restock some special nutrition? For $25, Wheel & Sprocket will take a bag with your special items to Beloit and then carry it back to Kenosha where you can pick it up after you finish. This bag drop is included in the 105 mile option price.

Dubuque Hotels

We have a block of discounted rooms at the Holiday Inn Dubuque, this is the closest hotel to the presentation at the historic Five Flags Theater.

Make your reservations soon, as Dubuque hotels often sell out on weekends even without RAW!

There are other hotels in Dubuque, but no matter where you stay, we encourage you to reserve a room early as they fill up fast on weekends.  Once the blocks are finalized – we’ll post the information here as well as in participant emails.

Beloit Hotels

If you plan to stay in Beloit Saturday night, instead of catching ride to the Finisher’s Party in Kenosha, here are a number of options for booking a room.
Baymont Inn                      https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/baymontBest Western Legacy       https://www.bestwestern.comFairfield Inn and Suites    http://fairfield.marriott.com/Garden Hotel                     http://www.gardenhotelconferencecenter.com/Hampton Inn                     http://hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/wisconsin/hampton-inn-beloit JVLCRHX/index.html

Ironworks Hotel                http://ironworkshotel.com/

Quality Inn                         https://www.choicehotels.com/

Rodeway Inn                     https://www.choicehotels.com/

Super 8                                https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/super-8

For general information about Beloit – visit http://www.visitbeloit.com/

Dubuque Camping

You can camp outside very close to the start downtown at Miller Riverview Park and Campground, 1851 Admiral Sheehy Drive, which has 97 sites with electric

Kenosha Hotels and Attractions

Don’t want to drive home after you ride 175 miles and have a few beers at the finish party in Kenosha? Want to stick around and have some fun in Kenosha on Sunday? No problem, there are plenty of hotels to stay at or you can camp right at Simmons Island Park by the beach! You can find plenty of things to do and places to stay in Kenosha at the Visit Kenosha website.