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Road America is the premier road racing circuit in North America, and has hosted the tour de Road America since 2004.
Tour de Road America :: Road America, Track Map, and Parking
Getting to Elkhart Lake
Entry at Main Gate and Parking
If arriving before 6:30 PM, enter at the Main Gate off of Highway 67 (north side of the track). If arriving after 6:30 PM, enter at Gate 6. Drive South on the entrance drive, and make a LEFT turn (East) at the intersection to park (please download the Road America Track Map, below). Road America is a very large facility and it's easy to get lost without a map!
Check in at tour de Road America Ride Booth
NEW for 2014 - The tour de Road America ride registration booth is on the outside of the track, near the Media Tower.
Please bring copies of your registration and jersey purchase receipts and any donations you have collected.
NEW Silent Auction Tent
NEW for 2014 - The Silent Auction booth is in the main paddock, across from the SJB concession stand.
Ride Start Location
The ride will start from the Registration tent. We will roll through the tunnel and enter the track via the false grid.
Road America Track
Local Weather and Attractions
Looking for a place to stay or things to do? Check out our Local Attractions Page.
about Road America
Road America is the world’s fastest permanent road course located in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin - midway between the cities of Milwaukee and Green Bay and only minutes from the shores of Elkhart Lake and Lake Michigan.
Situated on 640 rolling acres of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine, RA has hosted races since September of 1955 and currently hosts over 400 events a year.
Road America is one of only a hand-full of road circuits in the world maintaining its original configuration being 4.048 miles in length and 14 turns. The track features many elevation changes, along with a long front stretch where speeds approaching 200 mph (300 km/h) may be reached. One of the best known features of this course is a turn on the backside known as “the kink.” Although Road America as a whole is extremely challenging, “the kink” tests both machine and its driver or rider to the limit.