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Coulee Classic Rally

An easy all-paved Monte Carlo style rally using the excellent sports car roads running through Wisconsin’s ultra-scenic coulee country.

The easy to follow instructions and timing at its most straightforward make this an excellent choice for those new to rallying while the roads are guaranteed to keep the most experienced rallyists entertained. Run it as a timed event or just ignore the timing and drive it as one of the best tours that you’ve driven. We guarantee that you’ll see roads that you never dreamed existed in the Upper Midwest.

There will be a limit of 20 cars. Your RSVP will count for 1 car with two people. If you add a guest, we'll assume that you have a friend that will be bringing a second car.

Meet at: Maiden Rock Village Park on the shores of Lake Pepin in Maiden Rock, WI.

Registration: 10:00 to 10:45 AM

First Car Out: 11:01AM, First Car In: Approx. 4:45PM

Ends with pizza at the Nelson Stone Barn.

Cost: Pre-registration: $10/car, Day of event: $15/Italian cars, $20/Others, AROC , Free if you bring your Alfa.

Organizer: Ed Solstad, home phone: (612)[masked] e-mail: [masked]


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  • El Duke (a.k.a El G.

    Sorry I had to bailed towards the end. Thanks to Ed and all the volunteers for a fantastic experience. I would definitely do this again and maybe I'll finish the event next time :). I wish I knew what I was doing and didn't get lost so much :). Thanks again for event.

    October 4, 2012

  • Steve R.

    Ed Solstad and his group of check point workers organized and operated a Great TSD (Time - Speed - Distance) Rally for beginners and those who haven't rallied for a while.
    Well experienced drivers and navigators could even be caught out and max a leg.
    It was easy enough that Driver and Navigator could enjoy the beautiful Fall colors but challenging enough that attention must be paid to do well.
    The 11 legs of the rally were broken up by two short transits with substantial time alloted so participants could catch up or make a rest and/or refueling stop.
    After the rally scores were toted while participants enjoyed organic brick oven fired pizza and libations.
    A great time, and looking forward to the next one. I hope I will have the odometer / speedometer on my real classic car repaired and not be in the 'new classic' Miata.

    October 1, 2012

  • Ed S.

    Excellent group of enthusiastic people. An eclectic selection of cars. Weather that couldn't be beat. All finished up with the excellent pizza at the Nelson Stone Barn. What more could one ask for? Thanks to all of you that showed up to run and a special thanks to the check point crews!!

    September 30, 2012

  • Ian H.

    The drive was great, some wonderful roads. The scenery was stunning. Scoring for the rally seemed a bit inconsistent, chaotic and confusing to the beginner

    September 30, 2012

  • Dmitry N.

    Beautiful, Exciting, and Addictive :) Thanks Ed and all the organizing crew!

    September 30, 2012

  • Scott M.


    September 29, 2012

  • Chas H.

    Would attend but I'll be at Road America for the Vintage races.

    July 8, 2012

  • Ed S.

    Fixed it, Thanks for the catch Dan.

    February 23, 2012

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