Ice Trail Bikers

OK, so I know Milwaukee had a freezing rain last weekend, but a week later I am still riding a ribbon of ice all the way to work? Seriously, while the roads have been salted and are 95% dry pavement, the entire Oak Leaf Trail and Hank Aaron State Trail are like frozen rivers snaking [...]


Will Milwaukee get a BikeShare this year?

Recently announced grants have spurred hopes that Milwaukee may soon join most other major cities and have a BikeShare system.  A bike sharing program in Milwaukee is a little bit closer to reality with the announcement Monday that the non-profit group recieved a $45,000 grant from the Funder’s Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities. That [...]


La Crosse Bike Swap

For the first time, the Wisconsin Bike Fed will co-host a Bike Swap in La Crosse in partnership with Logan Bike Works, and after-school bike program for students. If you have old bikes, parts, accessories or cycling clothing gathering dust in your basement, why not bring them to the 1st Annual La Crosse Bike Swap [...]



Mud, snow and gears in Verona

The first days of the 2013 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships in Verona have not failed to disappoint. The racing has been fast and the course challenging, but with the rain today, I expect an epic battle on the muddy, frozen hills of Badger Prairie Park.   The weather and course conditions changed all day [...]