Results tagged with 'Cycling'
Published July 25, 2015
The Riverwest 24, a 24-hour bike races through the Riverwest neighborhood, enters its 8th year and welcomes 1,200 riders and several hundred volunteers. It's popularity has remained at something of a fever pitch despite the only prizes being ice sculptures with hot dogs inside.
Published July 20, 2015
UPDATED June 18, 2015: The first movie is a go, but future showings are still in question.
Published July 18, 2015
The 53212 Unity Ride hopes to help bridge that demographic gap with an slow-rolling, exploratory bike ride that will bring together numerous community organizations from several diverse neighborhoods to look at gardens, murals and other historic points of interest.
Published Dec. 29, 2014
As you can imagine, it's not easy being a four-season bike shop in a state where it's possible to see snow on the ground for eight months out of the year. But Steve Whitford, co-owner of South Shore Cyclery in Cudahy, says he knows no other way.
Published Dec. 15, 2014
For the past 22 years, Vince Hanoski, owner of Ben's Cycle & Fitness at 1018 W. Lincoln Ave., has enjoyed renovating blighted buildings near the bicycle shop. Hanoski's newest acquisition, as reported by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, is the former bakery at 1017 W. Lincoln Ave.
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Great Site for Group Rides in Milwaukee
I just stumbled across a great site for finding group rides in the Milwaukee area. The site is called Wisconsin Bike Law. It has a lot of other general cycling laws, tips, and information for Wisconsin, but the Group Ride (http://wibikel...
Last week was a pretty normal training week for me. Monday night I met up with Kris for the Beans and Barley team ride. Same ride as the week before about 26.5 miles in around an hours and a half. It was only the two of us though, so the pace was a little slower and we didn...
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