About the Eau Pleine Riders
The Eau Pleine Riders have been helping make Marathon County trails some of the best in Wisconsin for many years. The club was originally founded in the 1970s, and became an officially recognized club in 1991.
Today we are a club that is proud to maintain 21 miles of trails in Marathon County. We have monthly meetings throughout the winter and are always looking to make sure our trails are some of the best around. We recently purchased a new groomer at the end of the 2013-2014 season, so look forward to even smoother trails for years to come!
We would also like to thank our 44 landowners that allow us to have trails on their property. Without their support, we would not have trails.
Each year Eau Pleine Riders donates to organizations that help people in our community. In years past, we have donated to our local food banks, Circle of Joy and the Community Center of Hope, Relay for Life, cancer walks, and improvements for safety lights on the Eau Pleine Bridge. This last year we donated to the Mosinee Special Olympics, Honor Flight and Strike out Autism.
Know more about our history that we should post here? Be sure to send us a message through the contact us section.