Bike From Your Door

Seeley Pass

Trailside Singletrack

Staying trailside in the heart of a premier mountain bike trail system has it’s advantages.

The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has built over 130 miles of connected singletrack through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. The CAMBA system is the Singletrack Mecca of the Midwest.  CAMBA’s vision of a linked system of singletrack trails connecting Hayward, Seeley, Cable and Namakagon was achieved in 2016.

But, it’s not only about the trails. This area boasts some of the finest road and gravel riding in the Midwest.

Gravel Routes and Bikepacking

The ROAM Adventure Basecamp Gravel Guide (below) offers a number of curated gravel routes including the popular 3-day Tour de Chequamegon bikepacking adventure.  Explore endless gravel roads connecting rivers and lakes around Seeley and Cable. Every route starts and ends right at ROAM and takes you through some of our favorite forests and fire roads.  Along your ride, stop for food, drinks, or parks and enjoy all that the surrounding area has to offer.

See below for instructions on how to navigate the routes.

How to Navigate These Routes Using the FREE RideWithGPS App

We have partnered with The Nxrth so you can enjoy the benefits of a paid subscription on RideWithGPS when navigating our routes.  The Nxrth focuses on all things gravel, fat, and bikepacking in the Northwoods of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and the U.P.  Coverage includes everything from news to events to personal stories and new gear.

1. Download the Ride With GPS app on the App Store or Google Play and set up an account.

2. Join The Nxrth’s Club account by clicking HERE and enjoy the benefits of a paid subscription for free when navigating club routes.  If you already have a paid subscription you can skip this step.

3. Tap one of the routes using the map on this ROAM Gravel Guide page and then tap “View Route”.

4. Tap “Save” from the bottom of the screen then tap “Download for Offline” to ensure you can use the route even when you don’t have cell service. If you don’t download for offline use, you will not be able to use the app when you lose cell service.

5. To navigate the route, tap “Navigate”.

6. Turn up your phone’s volume to hear voice cues.

7. To find your Saved routes after leaving the ROAM Gravel Guide page, go to the Ride With GPS app and tap “Library” at the bottom of the page and the “Offline” at the top of the page.


Local Bike Shops

New Moon Ski and Bike – Offers exclusive 50% bike rental discount to ROAM guests.

Riverbrook Bike and Ski