Big win in Green Bay

  They say you can’t fight city hall. Maybe not, but the Green Bay Bicycle Collective has just shown that you can work with city hall and make great progress. Last week the Green Bay City Council voted 11-1 to install five foot marked bicycle lanes on Webster Avenue, a major north-south arterial connecting Green [...]



Driver, victim’s family devastated by fatal crash in Germantown

The emotional devastation of negligent driving spilled throughout a Washington County courtroom Wednesday, when a 31-year-old man pleaded guilty to killing a father of three in a hit-and-run crash. Everyone involved will now prepare themselves for an emotional sentencing hearing on Sept. 19, when Circuit Judge Todd Martens decides whether Adam Neuhaus will be sent [...]


Durango, Wisconsin

OK, these mountains are still in Colorado, but there are so many Wisconsin connections in Durango that it felt like old home week when we visited last week. I was able to reconnect with old friends I raced with in the first year of the Alterra Mountain Bike Team, I got to drink beer from [...]


Distracted driving blamed in state’s 8th bicycling death

Alex Beld contributed to this story. A man who reportedly glanced down at some papers while driving on Highway 14 in Cross Plains hit and killed a 62-year-old woman from Madison, who biked the route almost daily to work at HSA Home Warranty. Cynthia Arsnow is the eighth person killed while bicycling on a Wisconsin [...]