Sheboygan County, WI - ROCKS !
I rode from the Zilmer trail parking lot (near Dundee, in Fondulac County) east on W into Sheboygan County this afternoon and it was fresh pavement from the county line to 28. Hwy 28 was all fresh pavement with a 3 ft shoulder on each side and it was CLOSED to traffic ... SWEEET ! Comming back to Dundee from Cascade on F was awesome. F is mostly repaved all the way back west to 41. I rode for an hour and a half and over an hour of that was crack free. :) Just smooooooth sailing.
Awesome riding there right now.
(and I finished just before it started raining! :p )
I couldn't agree more re: Sheboygan County
Sheboygan County is biking nirvana now. Much of wat I encountered on a 3-day mini-tour this weekend was either fresh pavement (US 28 and a handful of county roads east of I-43) or at least pretty recent and smooth. The only bad spot I found was the soft gravel shoulder on the busy section of US 67 heading into Plymouth. A highway with that traffic volume ought to have a paved shoulder. The rest of Sheboygan County, including the Old Plank Road Trail portion that we rode, was perfect. The Kettle Moraine region was of course the best part, with it's strenous climbs and long descents.