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Old 04-22-05, 12:46 PM
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Wisconsin riders?

I'm in the Green Bay area and looking for someone to ride with to get some good fun and training in. I usually ride with my bf..but need a diff crowd to hang with..LOL
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Old 04-22-05, 12:56 PM
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Hi ZiggyChik,

I'm a wisconsin rider, but I'm way down in Whitewater.
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Old 04-22-05, 01:26 PM
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Don't know if you saw my resposne to your intro--

i;m in Mad city moving to GB this summer to start a job. Need to find out where good places to ride are.
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Old 04-23-05, 03:19 PM
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lots of us down in Milwaukee..but that's kinda far! I want to ride from Lambeau Field to Miller Park sometime this summer. It's like 120ish miles.
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Old 04-23-05, 05:14 PM
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Down in Milwaukee I commute from West Allis to Tosa every day. Its like there is a Berlin wall at the Wauwatosa city line. Any one else down here?
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Old 04-23-05, 07:22 PM
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I grew up on the so. side of Milw. I Knwo what you mean. Hey--at least they but a bike lane on Howell Ave now--although the motorists just consider it to be a really small turning lor merge ane I think. The one time i rode down Howell in the bike lane i had a constant banter of horns, figures and obscenities hurled at me.
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Old 04-23-05, 10:11 PM
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Down in Milwaukee also but I could hook you up with some guys in FDL it's a little closer to GB.

I commute on the southside as many days as possible from W. Milw to BayView and only occasionally have trouble with cars. My big problem is flats from riding past the dump on Lincoln!
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Old 04-23-05, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by dedhed
Down in Milwaukee also but I could hook you up with some guys in FDL it's a little closer to GB.

I commute on the southside as many days as possible from W. Milw to BayView and only occasionally have trouble with cars. My big problem is flats from riding past the dump on Lincoln!
What kind of tires? Lincoln and what cross street? I did not know there was a dump over there.
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Old 04-25-05, 07:35 AM
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Lincoln between 43rd and 35th. It's the cities southside H2O distrubution yard, m***cipal garage, transfer station, self help dump, tow lot, and unclaimed car recycling all in a row. I've taken to riding the sidewalk for those couple of blocks as the debris isn't quite so bad. 700 X 25 continentals on my hybrid.
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Well there are a few places here in the Green Bay area to ride. First of all is Baird Creek Park....most riders go there. There is also the Reforestation Camp (NEW zoo area) I love going there..lots of singletrack. Being I"m still new Baird is a bit too technical for me..but it has places for beginner to advanced.

Hope this helps. There are other areas around too..LIke Kewaunee, Calumet, etc.

Do you compete in any WORS races?
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Old 04-25-05, 09:37 AM
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I guess I should of stated these places are for MTB riders...guess I keep forgetting there are "roadies" here too..LOL
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Originally Posted by ajone825
Down in Milwaukee I commute from West Allis to Tosa every day. Its like there is a Berlin wall at the Wauwatosa city line. Any one else down here?
I'm in west allis too, commute from their to brookfield for work. Use to ride downtown before getting new job, pretty much ride city streets everywhere. I have popped so many tires from garbage on the sides of the rode, that is my biggest problem.
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Old 05-11-05, 05:48 PM
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Do you take Hwy 100 to brookfield. I take 84 to the menomonie river, then into Tosa I go, ha ha.
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i live in GB. how intense do you want to go. there are multiple group rides. monday and wednesday team nordik=my favorite, tuesday in competition, thursday bike hub. plus i will ride anytime. -pc
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Originally Posted by nlmueng
I'm in west allis too, commute from their to brookfield for work. Use to ride downtown before getting new job, pretty much ride city streets everywhere. I have popped so many tires from garbage on the sides of the rode, that is my biggest problem.
i live in stallis...109th st/greenfield-ish to be more precise...west allis to tosa is a piece of cake...i commute down to oakland and north almost every day (ss/fixy) It's pretty great...I don't have trouble with puncture flats, but I was having a lot of tube trouble a bit ago...so yeah, there are plenty of people in mke that ride...i just rode out to grafton the other day..it was great...

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Originally Posted by dedhed
Lincoln between 43rd and 35th. It's the cities southside H2O distrubution yard, m***cipal garage, transfer station, self help dump, tow lot, and unclaimed car recycling all in a row. I've taken to riding the sidewalk for those couple of blocks as the debris isn't quite so bad. 700 X 25 continentals on my hybrid.


I had to ride to that tow lot to pick up my car after I hadn't driven it in weeks because my bike had taken over. They towed me because my car had been parked in the same sspot for more than 24 hours. Couldn't believe it.

I used to commute all over Milwaukee visiting all my friends. From the Eastside (Right next to the Pasta Tree on Farwell) but now I live in Chicago
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hm... My Grandma live right near the dump in milwaukee (3 blockes away) And A friend of mine live right on bairds creek! I feel connected!

Oh, and I _race_ in wors too! whoo! But I live in Lake Geneva
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Old 09-26-06, 01:14 PM
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I commute in Milwaukee as well. From Marquette U to Oak Creek. My route is hella cleaner than everyone elses, i guess. I haven't had nearly as many tube problems as you cats.
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I live in Downtown Appleton, but most often ride in Neenah or in Oshkosh. Good country road riding in both areas and a nice 25 mile trail that goes from Oshkosh to Hortonville. If anyone is in these areas, let me know.
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Old 10-07-06, 10:12 PM
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I live in Appleton and i'm looking for good MTB Trails within about a half an hour drive. Any ideas?
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The Wiowash Trail runs from Oshkosh to Hortonville, and I usually pick i up in Medina off old Highway 10 (now 96, I think) West of town. It's about 8 miles for me from downtown, there's a liquidator store across the street from a large parking lot where the trail picks up, just east of county M.

There's also a trail out near greenleaf by Wrightstown. I don't know exactly where it is, but Greenleaf isn't that large a town. They ask for a $2 or so fee to ride the trail.

They're both fairly flat and straight, but the Wiowash does have some small overpasses and a turn here and there.

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Old 10-08-06, 10:34 AM
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Yea i know about the Wiouwash, its thats hardpacked gravel, and its wide. I am looking for an actual trail with bumps, rocks,etc. But thanks for the help.
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Yeah, that's about all I know as far as trails are concerned. If there's a "real" trail, I'd certainly like to hear about it.
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Originally Posted by skanking biker
I grew up on the so. side of Milw. I Knwo what you mean. Hey--at least they but a bike lane on Howell Ave now--although the motorists just consider it to be a really small turning lor merge ane I think. The one time i rode down Howell in the bike lane i had a constant banter of horns, figures and obscenities hurled at me.
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Old 11-24-06, 12:43 AM
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Try Calumet county park on the east side of Lake Winibago. They have some nice trails that wind up and down a ski hill. Maps at the park office.
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