Governor Scott Walker showed off his passion for motorcycles this weekend during the 2017 Governor's motorcycle ride. The ride promotes tourism in Wisconsin and began Saturday in Cross Plains. Today’s ride started in Chippewa Falls and continued through Neillsville on the way to the final stop in Baraboo this afternoon.
More than 50 motorcyclists joined Governor Walker for the two-day ride.
"It's really about getting out into the state and showing how you can have a lot of fun, not just on a motorcycle, though we're on motorcycles today, really getting out and showing all the exciting things going on in Wisconsin, and encouraging people to visit travelwisconsin.com."
Governor Walker says he began riding a motorcycle in 2003, and he enjoys the scenic views and the community of riders in Wisconsin.
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