2021 Tomahawk Fall Ride – Sept. 13-19
Fall colors and cool sunny days in Wisconsin means that it is time for the 40th Annual Tomahawk Fall Ride. Fall Ride happens each year around the third weekend in September, this year from September 13-19. The event draws tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and is held in Tomahawk and the surrounding area.
Tomahawk is home to two Harley-Davidson manufacturing plants where they mold plastic parts, paint them, and ship them. Northwoods Harley-Davidson in nearby Arbor Vitae will have events each day of Fall Ride. SARA Park and downtown Tomahawk also feature numerous fun things to do throughout the weekend including our favorite, the motorcycle parade!
This area also has plenty of great riding roads that wind around the numerous lakes and streams in the area. Rhinelander, Gleason, Deerbrook, Antigo, Sugar Camp, Eagle River and St. Germain are some of the communities located close to Tomahawk and provide wonderful places to stop and take a break.
Bubba’s Big Party will have many events and is located about nine miles north of Tomahawk at Nokomis Town Park and Bubba’s Campground on County Highway L. Performing under the big tent at Bubba’s will be lots of great bands. Camping, showers, firewood, food, drinks, and merchandise vendors are located on the grounds. There is plenty to do at Bubba’s! Check out their website for more info.
SARA PARK, 900 W Somo Ave, TOMAHAWK usually offers demo rides from Harley-Davidson Motor Co. and Northwoods Harley Davidson. There will be music, vendors, a bonfire, tours of the Somo HD plant and more! See the schedule here.
Open For Tours Sept. 17-19, 2021 ~ During Fall Ride
Read about Kelley Castle in an article found here (click here) -taken from our 2017 Wisconsin Motorcycle Roads Travel Guide.