Years ago I rode the Badger from Ludington to Milwaukee (yes that crossing isn't available any more). Wasn't any particular problem, except how they handled our bicycles. They wouldn't let us load the bikes ourselves, & mine had about 6 broken spokes when we arrived.
It got a bit cool on the lake for our overnight crossing, but I'm sure you know how that works. The ride was OK.Posts in this Thread:
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