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WORS Wisconsin Off Road Series

Racer Handbook

2011

year

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2011

series registration

$

with specific number request*

SERIES

year

wors all - in - One Entry

REGISTRATION FORM

25.00

Number Issued WORS use Only!

*aLL-in-oNE entries received before April 1st have first choice of specific series numbers (see Series Registration Form, page 7).

12 race entries (Twelve at $25 each) 2011 WORS Year 20 Commemorative T-shirt

300.00 $ 16.00 $ 341.00 $

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Register online at www.wors.org by April 1, 2011. (You may register through the first race*, however your specific number request must be from those numbers not yet assigned.) No online access, call (715) 592-5095 with credit card or mail Series Registration Form with ALLIN-ONE written on top of form and a check for the appropriate ALL-IN-ONE fee.

Only 299 $

Registration Fee

This Form Is not for entering individual WORS races!

L $20 with assigned number L 279 Citizen A-I-O

L $25 with requested number

L 199 Junior A-I-O

$

$

L $299 Sport or Comp

L 359 Cat 1 A-I-O $

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Sport & Comp

Citizen-$279 Juniors (includes Cat 1)-$199 Cat 1 -$359 Pro - $374 *All-In-One Registrants are required to hold a current USA Cycling Mountain Annual License. Available at www.usacycling.org

State

Category: (Please check the ability category in which you wish to compete.)

Junior Citizen Citizen Clyde

Sport Sport Clydesdale Sport Singlespeed

Comp Comp/Open SS Comp Clyde Cat 1 Junior* Sport Womens Open

Elite (Pro and Cat 1)* Enter USA Cycling Mtn Lic. # below. Required!

WORS has an overall competition within each age class of each category, and an overall for its Comp and Elite categories (refer to WORS Guidelines for details). Racers that registered with WORS are issued a series number and score points toward series overalls. Series Overalls are posted at each WORS event and at www.wors.org.

Points will be figured retroactively for only one race!

Registrants must request retroactive credit and write their race number from the race for which they request retroactive credit on their Series Registration Form.  WORS is the 2011 USA Cycling Mountain Bike State Championship Series for Wisconsin. WORS registrants who are USA Cycling Mountain members and also Wisconsin residents are competing for state titles. All competing in the WORS overall are also eligible to qualify for the USA Cycling National Mountain Bike Championships.

Great Prizes 20 (in honor of our twentieth year, usually 10) lucky overall finishers will be awarded prize packages from our generous sponsors valued from $3500 to $300. WORS registrants that receive an overall series score (see WORS Guidelines) are automatically entered into this raffle and all have an equal chance to win. Approximately $20,000 worth of merchandise 

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*Requires USA Cycling Mountain License!

Discounted Entry Fees

racing age class. l ll ll ll ll **Determines Email Address llllllllllllllllllllllll l Yes, I would like to receive periodic email updates from WORS. You may subscribe or unsubscribe anytime at www.wors.org

WORS series registrants who record their number on their registration form receive a $1 discount on online pre-registration (excluding late or day of registration).

USA Cycling Mountain License Number (Required for All Elite competitors)

wors series registration benefits Overall Awards

All-In-One

L $374 Pro A-I-O

is offer up in the WORS Banquet Raffle and all those with a 2010 WORS Overall score in attendance are eligible. 

WORS Number Plate  WORS Series Registrants receive a very durable PVC number plate and race with the same number for all WORS events.

Preferred Start Position Competitors are staged by number at WORS events and all WORS series numbers are called up directly after series leaders. 

Streamlined Race Registration  Series registrants only have to sign their race entry form and collect their materials at race registration. No form to fill out.

Team Competition Only WORS series registrants can contribute placing and participation points to a team entered in our team competition.

(WORS Team Competition details are on page 28.)

Gender

Birth Date Month

day

Age (as of 12/31/11**)

year

llllllllllllllllllllllll Cycling Mountain members enter your license here, others leave this space blank.) lllllllll (USAnumber

Specific Number Request For an additional $5 you may request a specific number as long as it falls within the number sequence for your class. Requests must be rec’d by 3/31/11.

SERIES NUMBERS

Elite Male 11-100* Cat 1 Juniors 101-120 Elite Female 511-530* Comp Male 1001-1150 Comp Clydesdale 1801-1820 Comp/Open SS 1901-1930 Sport Male 2001-2230 Sport Clydesdale 2801-2820 Sport SS Male 2901-2920 Sport Female 3001-3050 Citizen Male 4001-4150 Citizen Clydesdale 4801-4820 Citizen Female 5001-5050 Junior (age class 14 & under) 6001-6030 *1-10 & 501-510 reserved for 2010 top 10 finishers. Mail-in Requests will be processed beginning 4/02/11. Online 4/01/11.

Team Name (Optional)

USA Cycle Category l Pro

l Category 1

l Category 2

l Category 3

Submit 3 choices 1 Choice: ____________ st

2nd Choice: ____________ 3rd Choice: ____________

To receive your WORS series number and be scored in the series overall, fill out and mail this form with the appropriate registration fee (check made payable to WORS Racing, LLC) to: WORS, 8675 Rolling Hills Rd, Custer, WI, 54423. All mail-in registrations must be postmarked on or before April 4, 2011. You may also register online at www.wors.org through April 15, 2011 or at the WORS tent at any WORS event. For your result at any WORS race to count toward your 2011 WORS overall either: you must have a WORS series number before preregistering or you can register with WORS at the event before registering for the race! Retroactive credit is available for 1 race. See WORS Guidelines for details.

Read & Initial to confirm compliance with each of the following statements.

L I have read, understand, and agree to adhere to the WORS Guidelines and Rules to Race By. There will be a test. L I know that I may not alter the official WORS number plate in any way or participate in a WORS race without an official number, my time will not be recorded and I will be disqualified from the event.

L I am aware that I need to register for each WORS race that I wish to participate in with the promoter of that race and must record my

WORS series number on the race entry form. This Form Is not for entering individual WORS races! Signature _____________________________ Date _________ YEAR TWENTY

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Guidelines

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Rules of wors

CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS First Timer: (15 and older as of 12/31/11) A

non-series category for individuals looking for a casual initial exposure to WORS. Race distance is approximately half that of the Citizen race. Junior (age class): (Boys & Girls racing age 14 & under) Races for this category start at least 1/2 hour before the Citizen race and are 3-6 miles in length (1-2 laps of a modified Citizen course). Citizen (USA Cycling Category 3): (Men & Women) A Citizen competitor shall be a new or recreational racer with limited riding time. Racers with 2 or more years of racing experience and training more than 4 hours per week, should compete in the Sport category or above. Women with 3 top 5 and men with 3 top 10 overall finishes (not age class) in WORS Citizen category for the year must advance the following year. Winning time in this category will generally be approximately 40 minutes (course length of 8-12 miles dependent upon conditions). sport (USA Cycling Category 2*): (Men & Women) A Sport competitor is an experienced racer of average ability. Women with 3 top 5 and men with 3 top 10 overall finishes (not age class) in WORS Sport category for the year must advance the following year. USA Cycling Road category 4 & 5 racers may compete in this category, however men competing on the road at category 3 level or higher on the road with USA Cycling and/or any other road association must race WORS Comp or above. Winning time in this category will generally be approximately 65 minutes (course length of 1218 miles dependent upon course & conditions).

Comp (USA Cycling Category 2 men): (Men only)

A Comp competitor is a racer looking for top level Category 2 competition. *Male USA Cycling Mountain Category 2 competitors looking for State and Regional recognition should compete in this category. Competitors with 5 top 10 overall

CLASSES within each Category

2011 guidelines and rules to race by

finishes (not age class) in WORS Comp category for the year must advance the following year or petition WORS in writing as to why they should be exempt from mandatory upgrading to Cat 1. In WORS races, Comp competitors will generally share the course with the WORS Elite competitors, but race a shorter distance. Winning time will generally be approximately 90 minutes (course length of 18-24 miles depending upon terrain & course conditions). Pro, Cat 1 (WORS Elite): (Men & Women) WORS highest level of competition. Either an International Pro or USA Cycling Mountain Category 1 annual license is required to register and to compete in this category. Winning time in this category will generally be approximately 100 minutes (course length of 25-32 miles dependent upon terrain & course conditions). Pro & Category 1 women and Cat 1 Juniors will race the WORS Comp distance.

WORS Guidelines & Rules to Race By are in place to provide consistency from race to race within the Wisconsin Off Road Series. They are designed to support a safe, fair, and enjoyable racing experience for all involved. WORS Guidelines & Rules to Race By apply to all WORS events and all participants in WORS events!

A competitor’s racing age determines their age class. Racing age is a racer’s age as of December 31 of the current year.

WORS events are scored in these classes: First Timer: Men & Women racing age 15 and

over, non-series. Times (results) for this category will only be posted at the event, not online. Junior (age class): Boys & Girls: 8 & under, 9-10, 11-12, and 13-14. Citizen (USA Cycling Cat 3): Men: 14 & under, 1518, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 & over, Clydesdale** 39 & under and Clydesdale** 40 & over. Women: 14 & under, 15-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, and 50 & over. sport (USA Cycling Cat 2): Junior (male ): 14 & under, 15-16, 17-18, Junior (female): 14 & under, 15-18 (2 lap. Men: 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60 & over, Singlespeed, and Clydesdale** 39 & under and Clydesdale** 40 & over. Women: Open, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, and 50 & over.

Comp (USA Cycling Cat 2): Men:19-24, 25-29, 30-34,

35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, Masters 55 & over (open to all categories), Comp/Open Singlespeed and Clydesdale**. YEAR TWENTY

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Cat 1 (USAC Cat 1 license required). Male: the WORS tent onsite at a WORS event. A racer 15-18, 19-23, 24-34,35-44, and 45-54. Female: 15-18, 19-29, 30-39 and 40 & over. A competitor that registers for a category they are ineligible for will be Disqualified!

(i.e. A more advanced rider entering a Citizen race.)

**Clydesdale class is for male racers weighing an absolute minimum of 200 pounds. All Clydesdale competitors must weigh in at race registration. Anyone weighing in at less than 210# must reweigh dressed in just bike shorts, socks and a t-shirt. Failure to weigh in or make weight will result in the racer being assigned to the appropriate age class with their category.

WORS (Series) REGISTRATION Racers wishing to receive an overall in WORS or participate in WORS team competition must register with WORS. Series registration may be either completed online at www.wors.org by April 15, 2011 or by downloading a form from the website or using the one from the 2011 WORS Racer Handbook and mailing it with the appropriate registration fee to WORS, postmarked no later than April 4, 2011. These deadlines are to allow for number assignment and notification in time for racers to register for the first WORS event of the year using their number. Series registrations after April 15th should take place at

must have a series number for a result to count toward a series overall, WORS team competition, or to pre-register for all but the first race they wish to have counted in their series overall score. Points for series overalls will be figured retroactively for up to three races for first time Citizen registrants, but only one race for all others!

(To receive retroactive credit a competitor must write that they are requesting retroactive credit along with their number from the race(s) for which they are requesting retroactive credit on their series registration form).

WORS will inform those registering by April 15th of their series number by e-mail and will begin assigning numbers on April 1st (specific number requests will not be given priority after March 31st). Those registering after April 15th will receive their number assignment at the WORS tent at their first event. A racer may not compete in Sport with a Citizen number and vice versa! WORS timing system will not accept an incorrect number and your data will fail to appear on the results.

LOST OR FORGOTTEN NUMBER PLATES:

Replacement numbers are available at the WORS tent at a cost of $5 for a new series number plate (plastic) or $1 for a temporary number plate. Back number replacements are 50 cents each.

CHANGING CATEGORIES

ENTRY FEES

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Online at www.wors.org or Mail-in: Elite (Pro/Cat 1) - $30, Cat 1 Juniors (Racing age 15-18)- $25 (UCI International or USA Cycling Mtn Cat 1 license required). No One Day license option. Comp & Sport, 19 & over - $25 With USA Cycling Mountain Annual License, $30 with One Day License. Citizen, 19 & over - $23 With USA Cycling Mountain Annual License, $28 with One Day License. Sport, Citizen, & Junior 18 & under - $17 With USA Cycling Mountain Annual License, $22 with One Day License. First Timer - $20 One Day License included.

Online Race Registration for each event closes at midnight on the Monday just before the race. Mail-In entries: Must be postmarked at least 8 days (Saturday in most cases) before the day of the event to avoid being assessed late fee at race registration.

2011 guidelines

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will pay a $5 administrative fee and have two options: 1) A racer may turn in their series number plate at the WORS tent to have a percentage of their accumulated points transferred to the new category (70% for a one category upgrade, 50% for a two category change) and be issued a new series number or 2) Keep their original category points intact and start with zero in the new category. In either case all results applicable to the team competition will register. Comp racers moving to Cat 1 using option 1 transfer 60% of their points from the Comp overall (not age class) to Cat 1; option 2 is unchanged. DOWNGRADING: Those who feel circumstances warrant their moving down in category must petition WORS in writing with the reason for the downgrade. They will have to reregister with WORS, pay a $10 administrative fee, and will be given full credit for points from their original category results. CHANGE WITHIN CATEGORY: Those making a change between age class, Clydesdale or Singlespeed within the same category will pay a $10 administrative fee, turn in their series number plate and have 75% of their previously earned series points transferred.

WORS Series Registrants receive $1 discount (requires having online profile up to date with current series number) on WORS race entries fees when pre-registering online.

Late/Day of Entry Fees: $6 more, all categories. All USA Cycling Mountain License holders must present their license at race registration to avoid being charged for a one day license fee. Elite (Pro/Cat 1) Racers are required to hold either a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain YEAR TWENTY

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AWARDS

2011 guidelines and rules

INDIVIDUAL

OVERALL SERIES AWARDS (REQUIRES WORS SERIES REGISTRATION)

Junior, Citizen, Sport, and Comp: The top 3

AWARDS: (4 in classes with more than 12 racers receiving

EVENT

First Timers - All finishers receive an achievement medal. Participants must be present at the awards ceremony to receive their award. Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp: the top finishers in each age and sex class, at each event, will receive custom WORS medals. The number of places awarded is based on the average number of racers in each class the previous year. See the Medal Distribution Chart. Cat 1 classes are awarded “WORS Cash” (see chart page) dependent upon the size of the field within their respective age class. Pros (UCI international license) and Cat 1 overall compete for a cash prize list per the chart on the next page. The total prize list and depth of awards, is determined by the combined number of Pro and Cat 1 competitors in the race with the total number of male Pro and Cat 1 competitors determining the Men’s prize list and the total number of female Pro and Cat 1 competitors determining the Women’s prize list. There are no age classes and Cat 1 racers are eligible dependent upon their overall placement in the Pro/Cat 1 race. Cat 1 racers winning money from the Elite prize list are excluded from age class “WORS Cash”.

an overall score, and 5 in classes with more than 20 overall scores) in each age and sex class will receive a plaque in recognition of their overall achievement. Comp and Pro/Category 1: Overall: The top 10 overall Elite men and top 5 women will receive merchandise prizes and plaques. The top five overall Comp riders will be presented with plaques to commemorate their accomplishment. Those receiving an overall award will be excluded from receiving an age class award. Classes: The top 3-5 in each Comp and Cat 1 age class will receive overall series awards (plaques), depending upon the number of overall finishers within the class (per the same criteria as Citizen & Sport).

AWARD PRESENTATION WORS award winners wishing to claim their award are strongly encouraged to participate in the official awards ceremony for that race. Racers unable to attend the awards ceremony are responsible for making arrangements to receive their award. WORS will have available, at the WORS tent, unclaimed awards from the previous three events ONLY!

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Medal Distribution

For Each WORS Race Class # of Places Junior Male Female 8 & under 3 3 9-10 5 3 11-12 5 3 13-14 3 3 Female Citizen Male Jr. 14 & under 5 3 Juniors 15-18 5 3 19-29 5 5 30-39 5 5 40-49 5 5 50-59 5 NA NA 4 50 & over 60 & over 4 NA

Clydesdale 39Clydesdale 40+ Sport Jr. 14 & under Juniors 15-16 Juniors 17-18 19-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & over Singlespeed Clydesdale 39Clydesdale 40+

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NA NA Female 3 15-18* 3 19-29* 5 30-39* 5 40-49* 5 50&over* 3 Open* 3 *Female Age Classes

Pro and Cat 1 Individual Event Awards

*WORS Cash is redeemable for onsite registration at WORS events or WORS merchandise. WORS Cash has no cash value and must be redeemed in increments of $5. Racers must participate in the Awards ceremony to receive “WORS Cash”.

USA Cycling Pro Men and Women compete for WORS ELITE PRIZE LIST There are NO age classes.

Unclaimed awards may be requested by mail by sending a $3 check for each medal or a $6 check for each plaque (to cover postage and handling) made out to WORS. Please include your name, address, phone number, name of race, category and age class, and place of finish. Mail info and check to: WORS, 8675 Rolling Hills Road, Custer, WI 54423. Mailing requests should be made within four weeks of an awards ceremony.

To receive an overall series score in WORS, to be eligible for overall series awards, and to be entered in the WORS Overall Raffle, a competitor must first have a WORS series number (see registration section of these Guidelines). To be scored in WORS overalls, a competitor must compete in a minimum of 6 series events (7 for Comp, Cat 1, and Pro) during 2011. For Citizen and Sport a competitor’s best 7 results will be used for tabulation of their final overall points. In the Comp, Cat 1, and Pro categories the best 8 results will be used. A competitor who competes in more than 7 events (8 for Comp, Cat 1, and Pro) will be awarded 5 bonus points per additional event completed (maximum of 30 points). DNF’s will remain 1 point. There are thirteen scoring opportunities over twelve races. In case of a tie, head-to-head results will be used to determine placing (first wins and then points if

Comp

Male 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 Male 3 3* 3* 3* 3*

19-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 Masters 55+ Clydesdale Singlespeed Cat 1 15-18 19-23 24-34 35-44 45-54

* Same criteria as “WORS Cash”

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Female 3 19-29 3* 30-39 3* 40+ - 3*

“WORS Cash” AWARDS CHART

Cat 1 class winners receive: WORS Cash* Awards, per chart at right in addition to medals . Cat 1 racers are eligible for the WORS ELITE PRIZE LIST, however those placing in the overall are excluded from age class “WORS Cash”.

WORS SERIES SCORING

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3 3 Male 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 3

# of Racers in class 2 or fewer 3-4 6-9 10 - 14 15 or more

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10 15 $10 $ 20 $15 $10 $ 20 $15 $10

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(This scale applies equally, but separately, to each class within Cat 1)

WORS ELITE PRIZE LIST # of Racers 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 14 or fewer $110 $85 $60 $35 $25 $ 15-24 125 $80 $60 $40 $30 $ 25-34 150 $100 $75 $50 $40 $30 $ 35-44 175 $120 $80 $60 $50 $40 $35 $30 $ 45-54 200 $135 $90 $70 $60 $50 $45 $40 $35 $30 $ 55-64* 225 $150 $100 $75 $65 $55 $50 $45 $40 $35 $ 65-76** 250 $165 $110 $80 $70 $60 $55 $50 $45 $40 $ 75 plus*** 275 $180 $125 $95 $80 $70 $60 $55 $50 $45 *55-64 Racers 11th-12th $30 **65-76 Racers 11th-12th $35, 13th-14th $30 ***75 plus 11th-12th $40, 13th-14th $35, 15th-16th $30 (This scale applies equally, but separately, to the total number of Pro and Cat 1 men and women racers)

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tie remains). If a tie still remains, a tie will be declared and both racers will receive equal awards, with the next place being dropped. Special Scoring for the Subaru Cup: Participation in multiple events at the Subaru Cup offers two scoring opportunities toward a racer’s overall. 1) Each series racer competing in the cross-country will receive series overall points based on their placement against only other series racers within the class they are competing. Subaru Cup categories & classes may vary. Participation in the Subaru Cup Legacy Cross-Country is required to be eligible for a second overall score. 2)The second scoring YEAR TWENTY WORS 13


2011 guidelines and rules

WORS Series (Overall) Points Scale Place Points Place Points Place Points Place Points 1st 200 16th 133 31st 78 46th 33 2nd 192 17th 129 32nd 75 47th 30 3rd 186 18th 125 33rd 72 48th 28 4th 181 19th 121 34th 69 49th 26 5th 177 20th 117 35th 66 50th 24 6th 173 21st 113 36th 63 51st 22 7th 169 22nd 109 37th 60 52nd 20 8th 165 23rd 105 38th 57 53rd 18 9th 161 24th 101 39th 54 54th 16 10th 157 25th 97 40th 51 55th 14 11th 153 26th 93 41st 48 56th 12 12th 149 27th 90 42nd 45 57th 10 13th 145 28th 87 43rd 42 58th 8 14th 141 29th 84 44th 39 59th 6 15th 137 30th 81 45th 36 60th 4 All other competitors finishing a race are awarded 2 points. *DNF’s reported to WORS Timing the day of the race will receive 1 point!

WORS Guidelines are reviewed and modified each year to reflect changes in the series. Should you have a question or input regarding the Guidelines please contact us at don@wors.org or (715) 498-9677. WORS staff and the race directors of all WORS events make final decisions regarding the Guidelines and Rules.

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WORS Rules

However, no rider shall intentionally impede the progress of another. A rider should make his/ IT IS EACH AND EVERY COMPETITOR’S RESPONSIBILITY TO her presence known when overtaking a slower rider BE AWARE OF AND TO COMPLY WITH THESE RULES! (i.e. “On your left. Please!”). Failure to do so may result in disqualification. Especially in singletrack, await return communication from the rider being ÊÊ Only registered racers may compete in a WORS event. An overtaken that it is safe to pass. A rider passing another is expected official WORS race number plate and back number with age class to do so in a manner which requires the least accommodation from clearly marked must be displayed by each racer. No competitor the rider being passed. shall cut, fold, mutilate, apply stickers to or alter in any way their ÊÊ The use of profanity or flagrant discourtesy directed at WORS number plate. Numbers are not transferable. another competitor, race worker, or spectator is grounds for ÊÊ All competitors must wear a properly secured helmet, complying disqualification from an individual event, first offense, and WORS to DOT or CPSC Standards at all times during competition as well as when pre-riding or warming up on the course. Competitors upon the second offense! must wear proper riding attire, including a shirt, shorts, and fullyenclosed shoes during competition. ÊÊ Each competitor is responsible for having their bike in good operating condition, including but not limited to: two fullyfunctioning brakes, plugged handlebar ends, NO hazardous attachments including kickstands and reflectors, adjusted hubs and headset, true wheels, and a sound frame (no cracks, severe bends or dents). Race and/or WORS officials may remove any racer from the start whom they feel is attempting to compete on an unsafe bike. Racers must start with and ride the same bike throughout any single event. ÊÊ Personal listening devices which may interfere with a racer’s awareness of other racers and their surroundings are strictly prohibited on the race course. ÊÊ All Competitors must be self sufficient. All repairs during a race must be performed by the individual racers. Tools and spare parts used in a repair must be carried by the racer. No off-course assistance is allowed and racers may not “cannibalize” or accept any parts off anyone else’s bike during a race. ÊÊ Deviation from the marked course will result in disqualification unless the competitor reenters the course at point of exit. This includes ducking under any flagging marking the boundaries of the finish chute. A competitor that purposely leaves the marked course during competition is deemed to have retired from the race and will be scored as a DQ or DNF. ÊÊ Feeding and/or “hand-ups” may occur on any part of the course. However any interference with another competitor during a hand-up is grounds for disqualification. This is an override of USA Cycling Mountain rules and is in effect throughout WORS. ÊÊ Any competitor littering the course with a gel packet, food wrappers or other waste will be disqualified! ÊÊ A competitor on their bike has the right-of-way over one pushing their bike. Whenever a competitor is off their bike, they need to make every effort to allow access to the fastest/most rideable part of the track to racers on their bikes. ÊÊ Lapped racers must yield the track immediately. A lapped racer by definition is one from the same starting wave as the overtaking racer. Other racers being overtaken should make every effort to let faster riders by as soon as the course allows. ÊÊ It is the responsibility of an overtaking rider to pass safely. No racer is expected to stop their race to allow other racers to pass.

ÊÊ Mountain biking is an individual sport, and even though WORS does have a team competition, entering into agreements or forming alliances (monetary or otherwise) to control or alter the results of a race will result in disqualification from that individual event.

ÊÊ Pre-riding the race course after the start of the first race of the day is prohibited! On race day the only individuals riding bicycles on the race course should be those entered in the category(ies) competing at the time. Interference with a race other than the one a competitor is entered in will result in disqualification (i.e. an Elite racer riding on the race course during the Sport race in such a way as to cause alteration of results or put Sport racers in danger). ÊÊ A race may be halted or rerouted by the race director or emergency personnel in case of severe injury to a rider or life threatening weather. Racers failing to heed the instruction of medical personal and/or course marshals attending to an injured rider will be disqualified! ÊÊ Protests of the results, the conduct of a racer, or any other matters related to the race, may only be filed by a competitor in the event or a race official. Protests must be reported to or filed with a timing official within 10 minutes of the completion of an event, initial posting of results in question, or a ruling to be considered valid. All results become final as of the presentation of awards. ÊÊ The sale of merchandise or display of products for promotional purposes at WORS events without the permission of WORS and the individual event director is prohibited. This includes but is not limited to banners, tents, and anything not permanently attached to a vehicle that a competitor has driven to an event.

2011 guidelines and rules to race by

at the Subaru Cup comes from a series racer’s participation in either the Super D or the Short Track. Series points will be awarded for a racer’s placing amongst racers from their WORS category within the Subaru Cup Short Track or Super D age class (not normal WORS class) raced. VOLUNTEER POINTS: Series competitors who forfeit participation in a race to help run the event may qualify for volunteer points. To receive these points, a point total equal to a racers lowest scoring race excluding DNF’s, a racer must: 1) contact the race director at least 8 days in advance of the race to apply for acceptance to the race staff, 2) work a minimum of 5 hours on race day, and 3) pick up a VP (volunteer points) form from the WORS tent, fill it out, have their Race Director sign it and turn it in to WORS Timing & Scoring. A series competitor may include only one VP in their overall results. The VP will either replace a competitor’s lowest scoring event with a point value equal to the second lowest score or one equal to their lowest score depending upon the number of scoring events they have in their overall score. POINTS: Points awarded at each individual WORS race toward series overall scores for Comp, Cat 1, and Pro overalls, as well as places within each age class for all categories, are listed in the WORS Series (Overall) Point Scale table below. Points awarded for Cat 1 age classes are awarded by combining overall finish points with age class finish points.

ÊÊ I gnorance of the RULES is NEVER an admissible defense! Read and know the rules.

WORS races are sanctioned by USA Cycling. USA Cycling rules not specifically covered here may also apply.

Final interpretation the Rules is up to the Event Director, WORS and/or USA Cycling representatives on hand. These individuals have control over all competitors, scorers, and officials at each WORS event and their decision on these rules, and any situations not specifically covered by these rules, is final! YEAR TWENTY

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SPONSORED BY:

Place WORS#

Name

GIRLS 9-10

1

6014

Leah Fletcher

1 2 3 4

6006 6009 6010 6021

Megan Senderhauf Kaitlin Splittgerber Monica Gabrielson Madisyn Schuster

1 2 3

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JUNIOR

6015 6031 6032

GIRLS 11-12

BOYS 8 & UNDER

Lucas Fletcher Griffin May Tyler Holden

BOYS 9-10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

6017 6003 6007 6002 6027 6022 6020

Nathan Knowles Aaron Smith William Darling Zack Kargel Benny Smith Collin Neuser Elliot Schneider

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

6016 6005 6001 6008 6012 6030 6011 6019 6029

Shane Holcomb Jimmy Splittgerber Kyle Kargel Daniel Gretzinger Aidan Coleman Reed May Dylan Eggebrecht Owen Reich Caleb Swartz

BOYS 11-12

Points 1410 1415 1375 1285 1269 1402 1296 1273 1380 1347 1310 1284 1249 1237 995 1389 1358 1344 1248 1241 1189 1177 1167 1089

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CITIZEN WOMEN Place WORS# 1 2 3 4

5025 5015 5024 5027

1 2

5049 5031

Name

WOMEN 14 & UNDER Sarah Gill Maja Holcomb Jordan Pellett Marilee Collier

WOMEN 15-18

Arin Lemke Samantha Kosarzycki

WOMEN 19-29

1 2 3

5003 5013 5034

Heather Marty Danielle Tournier Becky Carvin

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

5017 5002 5030 5010 5007 5026 5029 5006

Pascalle Dumez Becky Rands Lori Baccus Chasity Gabrielson Tina Olm Rebecca Crocker Kerri Swart Jennifer Clark

WOMEN 30-39

WOMEN 40-49

Points 1376 1364 1323 1107 1425 1333 1349 1254 935 1375 1335 1255 1219 1156 1124 1026 970

1 2 3

5001 5023 5032

1 2 3

5014 5050 5012

Caroline Warren Tammy Vande Zande Jeanne Krueger

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1399 1349 1108

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4034 4005 4026 4040 4088 4055 4059 4080

Name

Men 14 & Under

Fletcher Arlen Brandon Flisram Andrew Schmidt Andrew Schirpke Alex Darrington Jacob Bons Riley Kunstman Roman Kosarzycki

Men 15-18

1 2 3 4 5 6

4044 4008 4074 4014 4070 4004

Kyle Berchem Jan Warren Tyler Feldmann Cory Marty Brayden Schott Zach Sabel

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

4017 4085 4101 4071 4068 4003 4051

Kurt Brunner Rob Stieber Martin Reza Danny Marchewka Jared Brodjeski John Ruggles Jeremy Jersild

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

4069 4010 4053 4046 4077 4038 4024 4073 4076 4141 4054

Mike Williams Marko Gerovac William Patterson Christopher Richmond Eric Grissom Josh Zalewski Joe Vanderpuy Matt Pemberton Steven Toombs Peter Fetters Bradley Lahner

Men 19-29

Men 30-39

Men 40-49

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4006 4045 4037 4035 4023 4057 4091 4056

Clive Warren Ruben Valdez Kevin Lisowe Jody Arlen Michael Laufenberg Michael McClure Chris Harold Andrew Trewyn

1 2 3 4

4062 4033 4100 4047

Scott Foate George Doty Wally Sniadajewski Hank Heupel

1 2 3

4043 4016 4007

Dennis Klinkert Ron Jansen Richard Wenborne

Men 50-59

Men 60 & Over

1351 1345 1275 1227 1145 1084 991 840 698

SPORT WOMEN Place WORS# 1

CITIZEN MEN Place WORS#

Gary Frost Paul Darrington Scott Krueger Brian Coleman Jacob Glatt Henry Kosarzycki Matthew Knowles Ryan Roesler Jay Hoppe

1417 1287 1265

WOMEN 50 & OVER Rose Lenss Amy Dykema Sue Blankenheim

4802 4817 4818 4807 4804 4815 4810 4816 4813

Points 1407 1406 1358 1282 1262 1214 1156 1120 1403 1391 1336 1269 1267 910 1345 1343 1303 1267 1210 1047 833 1356 1325 1299 1295 1285 1186 1166 1024 987 976 859 1401 1364 1314 1284 1189 1152 1078 813 1359 1338 1242 1173 1391 1273 1250

3013

Name

Points

Women 14 & Under Rachael Jensen

Women 15-18

1 2 3

3033 3036 3038

Emily Shull Nina Karinen Moriah Griesbach

1 2 3

3029 3011 3037

Rachel Horstman Cassey Lynn Kelli Piotrowski

1 2 3 4

3016 3001 3010 3004

Sarah Agena Andrea Lyman Ann Holsen Melinda Propson

1 2 3 4 5 6

3018 3040 3005 3039 3017 3003

Brittany Nigh Sondra Klipp Lynne Senkerik Christine Griesbach Rolleen Kralovec Diane Callaway

1 2 3 4 5

3041 3007 3024 3023 3009

Place WORS#

Women 19-29

Women 30-39

Women 40-49

Women 50 & Over Paula Liske Helmy Tennis Jenni Borell Cheryl Post Sue Borchardt

SPORT MEN Name

Men 14 & Under

1 2 3 4

2182 2183 2098 2127

Pete Karinen Jordan Watkins Connor McColl Josey Weik

1 2 3 4 5

2065 2097 2165 2115 2148

Andrew Senderhauf Parker McColl Brandon Watkins Collin Coleman Brett Poulton

1 2 3 4

2108 2068 2010 2099

David Flaten Jordan Loeck Bo Schinke Travis Johnson

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2040 2137 2195 2156 2200 2136 2012 2060 2057

Eric Weidman Adrian Icenogle Josh Rupnow Michael Sherven Chad Rury Chris Hinshaw Matt Paterson Nick Wierzba Travis Schirpke

Men 15-16

Men 17-18

Men 19-24

YEAR TWENTY

1425 1409 1392 1326 1380 1339 1327 1351 1301 1295 962 1378 1336 1331 1272 1269 879 1401 1371 1349 1304 1246

Points 1400 1364 1338 1291 1400 1359 1330 1268 923 1380 1333 940 567 1392 1365 1343 1290 1252 1233 1228 1204 1145

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Name

Men 19-24

2175 2017 2161

Paul Westberg Chris Smith Nick Krcma

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2077 2075 2019 2130 2007 2002 2171 2050

Patrick Scheibel Steve Herriges Jake Swenson Mike Darlington Ian Willmann Brian Paterson Carl Morse Chad Hoppe

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

2211 2028 2104 2162 2038 2114 2166 2176 2143 2022 2061 2049 2103 2062 2018 2117

Eric Stanke Dan Wierzba Matt Karwowski Jason Gibson Rennis Delgado Rob Willmas Salvatore Virgilio Benjamin Swart Ben Leach Justin Latham Daniel Johnson David Mowry Nate Andrews Aaron Mix Eli Lipp Ryan Usiak

1 2 3 4 5

2141 2133 2003 2178 2079

Gabriel Ion John Hughes Patrick Dowd Troy Schaden Brett May

Men 25-29

Men 30-34

Men 35-39

continued Points 1039 908 702 1390 1384 1349 1308 1234 1216 1178 1124 1415 1366 1291 1271 1217 1205 1111 1108 1089 1077 1074 1055 970 774 762 690 1420 1347 1298 1297 1281

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

2087 2149 2027 2020 2212 2194 2048 2021 2016 2163 2006 2221 2080

Jason Ruesch Mark Clinton Jeff Weyenberg Jack Schirpke Chad Klaus Christopher Schmidt Matthew Lanser Don Iwen Michael Olm Steve Havlichek Darren Haag Steve Strobel Todd Somers

Men 40-44

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

2032 2011 2082 2113 2039 2088 2100 2036 2185 2029 2142 2208 2037 2168 2035 2157

Steve Kobs Ken Naef Jeff Wren Wade Flisram Dave Blanke Jeff Bublitz Steve Davidson Quentin Gniot Brian Coppock Mike Carney Troy Olm Jim Baxa Scott Graff Robert Zimmermann Joe Olson Dave Dahlman

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2173 2250 2145 2111 2144 2071 2031 2084 2112

Mike Owens Terry Prewitt Kelly Skinkis Matt Luger Lee Nesbitt Larry Hipps Tom Wendland Troy Sable Dave Reich

Men 45-49

1260 1196 1173 1125 1117 1091 1075 1055 982 870 863 817 630 1325 1288 1266 1260 1257 1248 1089 1078 1075 1029 1003 988 953 946 833 780 1390 1380 1362 1318 1256 1236 1213 1213 1198

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

2072 2131 2135 2125 2138 2122 2046 2184 2014 2092 2181

John Gretzinger Alan Kinnaman Edward Piontek Todd Fletcher Steven Drecoll Steve Hoppman Kurt Kargel Demetrius Banks David De Witt Paul Traeger Christopher Voss

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2085 2116 2070 2026 2118 2090 2093

Steve Kapaun Michael Giesen Jim Feuerstein John Senkerik Ron Kapaun Randy Borst Matthew White

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

2025 2013 2177 2069 2067 2128 2056 2172 2005 2139 2106 2086 2119

Donald Carr Warren Fowler Daniel Millin Bill Styer William Peters Sterling Schmidt Rich Mennenoh Mike Brauer David Joyce Bob Ferrara Frank Sniadajewski Thomas Silbernagel Gary Smits

1 2 3 4 5

2083 2024 2047 2190 2059

Dale Lenss James S. Heinecke Frank Lobello Chris Kemble Steve Manthe

Men 50-54

1196 1162 1095 1053 1026 1018 944 877 787 771 559

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SPORT MEN

1404 1346 1332 1271 1122 978 938

Men 55-59 1415 1351 1336 1247 1242 1223 1169 1142 1064 1019 959 875 311

Men 60 & Over 1388 1352 1342 1286 1236

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Joel Ficke Daniel Trupp Mark Schindel Marcus Steele Anton Koenigsmann Gary Esko Kenny Dretzka Thomas Harron Todd Nutter Eric Johnson Mark Szudrowitz Mike Gorka Mike Borchardt

COMP Top Five Overall (overall points) 1402 1367 1299 1290 1277 1184 1171 1159 1157 1129 1085 825 718

SPORT SI NG LE SPEED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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2903 2905 2906 2916 2912 2914 2902 2910 2908 2909 2918 2915 2917 2913

Jesse Jaehnig Steven Schaefer Dustin Vande Zande Anthony Dombrowski Rob Hofmann Paul Kekstas Jeff Bernaeyge Andy Borell Andy Meyer Scott Palmersheim Jeremy Jonas Sam Huntington Lowell Johnson Nic Mianecki

1351 1321 1272 1256 1213 1194 1191 1149 1061 978 969 893 807 638

COM P Place WORS#

Name

Points

1 2 3 4 5

1010 1029 1019 1054 1044

1 2

1111 1062

1 2 3 4 5

Patryk Limanowicz Joseph Maloney Spence Cone Sanjay Ganju Lance Wall

Men 19-24 (age class points) Tim Racette Andrew Wiesner

Men 25-29 (age class points)

1107 1016 1099 1048 1018

Eric Fossell Nicholas Holzem Michael Ziegler Ben Marchewka Dan Ellerkamp

1516 1440 1428 1417 1409 1536 1361 1582 1518 1402 1386 1370

Men 30-34 (age class points) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1050 1077 1020 1053 1033 1059 1095 1074 1060 1032 1079 1047 1012

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1114 1009 1017 1031 1025 1078 1006

Nathan Lillie Mitchell Moen Vince Steger Bryan Frazier Jeremy Vogels Neil Zacharek Jim Toombs Erin Sikora Wally Kunstman Anthony Ferrara Jamie Prange Christopher Tries David Bender

Men 35-39 (age class points) Greg Heil Kurt Schwiesow Tyson Schwiesow Joe Villalobos Jeremy Lentz Krystian Pac Carey Falkenberry

1491 1480 1417 1380 1310 1305 1279 1248 1242 1196 1136 1119 879 1563 1396 1375 1361 1353 1208 1083

Men 40-44 (age class points)

1 2 3 4 5 6

1043 1002 1007 1026 1119 1046

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1067 1049 1076 1042 1101 1081 1051

1 2 3 4

1803 1801 1813 1810

Dan Tavela Bill Burkholder Matt Dale Steve Pribek Mark Cole Steve Jeske

Men 45-49 (age class points) Glen Stroik Ross Lemke Jeff Sympson Sean Shields Russell Jobs Jesse Kusserow Edward Dutczak

Clydesdale (age class points) Bob Phelps Jeff Steckbauer Chris Fellows Christopher Gabrielson

1531 1507 1479 1427 1397 1278 1603 1568 1493 1396 1238 1225 967 1570 1555 1540 1187

open 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Open Junior Women 15-18 707

Liz Shull

Open Junior Men 15-18

704 706 702 715 703 717 711 712 727 719 720 710 709

Myles Beach Nathan Labecki Ben Senkerik Greg Krieger Kyle Warras Casey Hildebrandt Caleb Lenss Mitchell Bogardus Cameron Schave Dakota Dale Dusty Dale Chris Harrison Leif Byrge-Liebig

YEAR TWENTY

1615 1559 1557 1553 1497 1451 1431 1425 1419 1393 1389 1375 1205 1128

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Open Junior Men 15-18 (continued) 701 708

1 2 3 4 5 6

913 907 901 916 902 903

1 2 3 4 5

809 808 801 803 807

Tony Kaatz Michael Dutczak

Open Single Speed Chad Boyles Greg Jones Brent Palmer Rick Walls Eric Sime Bob Callaway

Open 50 & Over

Brett Edgerle Kenneth Ramm Bob Boone Brad Tennis Mark Muraski

1123 1055 1605 1544 1472 1444 1285 975 1559 1480 1461 1442 973

Top Twenty Men (overall points) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

6 4 5 1 31 34 80 22 10 7 17 77 49 56 14 58 45 32 99 65

Tristan Schouten Darrin Braun Nathan Guerra Brian Matter Chris Peariso Ryan Krayer Seth Lenss Ben Koenig Ronald Stawicki Ted Hanes Matt Gehling Tyler Gauthier Neil Swanson Carlos Haeckel John Lirette Trevor Olson Justin Piontek Scott Cole J. W. Miller Matthew Muraski

1589 1571 1547 1484 1458 1430 1353 1315 1280 1264 1206 1204 1126 1126 1037 1010 989 940 903 895

CAT 1 woMEN Place WORS#

ELITE Name

Points

Top Ten Women (overall points) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

501 504 519 502 507 516 517 529 527 522

Abigail Strigel Lisa Krayer Robin Williams Lori Sable Claire Cannon Michelle Peariso Renee Bach Anna Ganju Jennifer Danielson Patti Kaufmann

Points

Women 19-34 (age class + overall points)

USA Cycling Pro and Cat 1 Place WORS#

Name

1620 1585 1472 1445 1398 1378 1356 1349 1294 1276

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

516 517 529 527 514 518 509

Michelle Peariso Renee Bach Anna Ganju Jennifer Danielson Kate Heil Lindsay Guerra Jennifer Whitedog

2904 2861 2799 2744 2684 2158 2009

Women 35 & Over (age class + overall points)

1 2 3 4 5

522 508 528 512 525

Patti Kaufmann April Dombrowski Denise Coppock Christine Czarnecki Brenda Zimmermann-Thorpe

2739 2722 2570 1966 1716

CAT 1 MEN Place WORS#

Name

2010 Team

Points

Men 19-29 (age class + overall points) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

17 77 56 45 65 61 38 19 73 27

Matt Gehling Tyler Gauthier Carlos Haeckel Justin Piontek Matthew Muraski Bryan Fosler Scott Golomski Matt Millin Tyler Jenema Nick Sabel

Men 30-39 (age class + overall points) 49 58 12 9 63 42 36 21 64 81

Neil Swanson Trevor Olson Glenn Kirst Maciej Nowak Mike Budd Tim Scanley Karl Tillman Jesse Shoemaker Corey Stelljes Chad Dean

2696 2667 2560 2374 2197 2001 1965 1875 1771 1639 2618 2480 2296 1981 1950 1884 1697 1695 1651 1527

Men 40 & Over (age class + overall points)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

14 99 20 15 100 46 48 69 16 50

John Lirette J. W. Miller Chad Hildebrandt John Shull Ray Nelson Bill Nigh Russ Krueger Jerrod Collier Mark Burkholz Jan Rybar

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WORS Overall Finishers!

2596 2427 2327 2264 2146 2004 1981 1524 1519 1480

Competition Results Teams receiving their awards.

Team Competition Points

Place 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1

Team Name Points Unlimited Team Division Titletown Flyers Team Pedal Moraine Team Extreme

56176.5 42472.2 36577.5

Alterra Coffee MTB Team Tread Head Cycling Muddy Cup Racing

28842.6 27360.6 23338.2

Large Team Division

Mid-Sized Team Division Rib Mountain Cycles Team F D L / Oshkosh Cyclery Wildside Velo Club Team WORS Attitude Sports Gen X / World Bicycle Relief Heavy Pedal Velo Club Bikes Ltd / Coca-Cola

22452.6 18007.5 17091.9 16558.2 16170.9 12768 12416.4 9979.5

Adventure 212 / Specialized

22757.4

Small Team Division

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Polska Trek Store Madison Racing Performa Cycling Chain Smokers Erik’s Bikes and Boards Point Pursuit MTB Club Bone and Joint

1

Wildside Velo Club

13527.6 12709.8 12456 12118.2 10240.8 8717.7 2256

Junior Team Division

4803.9

Team participation Points Place

Team Name Points Unlimited Team Division

1 2 3 1 2 3

Titletown Flyers Team Pedal Moraine Team Extreme

298 204 202

Alterra Coffee MTB Team Tread Head Cycling Muddy Cup Racing

140 125 108

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&2))(( (635(662 60227+,(6 )XHOLQJ:256UDFHUV IDQVVLQFH Get your kids involved in WORS. Great Fun for parents and children! These every kid is a winner events are held at each and every WORS race. Easy onsite registration, a $2 entry fee and every youngster is rewarded with a fun biking experience, and a medal. 3 Divisions: 5 & under (includes training wheels) 6 & 7 year olds 8 to 10 year olds 22

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WORS Team Competition

Whether you are a member of a large formalized team or just want to get your buds together to be a part of the fun, you will want to be a part of WORS Team Competition. The competition has 5 divisions with 1st through 3rd place* awards to the teams with the greatest number of entrants and to the teams with the greatest number of team points accumulated at the end of this year’s 12 race schedule. (*1st place requires 2 teams in the division, 2nd place 4 teams, and 3rd place 6 or more teams.) WORS highly encourages all mountain bikers to join a team. Doing so will help you maximize both your racing and riding enjoyment and performance. Want to connect with a team in your area, contact WORS at wors@wors.org or call (715) 592-5095 and we will do our best to get you a contact.

Divisions • Unlimited Team: Teams with more than 20 members compete in this division. (Registration fee: $50). • Large Team: 13-19 racers . (Registration fee $40). • Mid-Sized Team: 7-12 racers. (Registration fee: $30). • Small Team Division: 2-6 Racers. (Registration fee: $20). • Junior: Teams in this division will be made up of registered WORS racers 18 years of age (as of 12-31-11) and under. Team rosters for this division are limited to 10 or fewer racers and are encouraged to include 20% female racers. Multiple teams from the same shop, sponsor, etc. are strongly encouraged. (Registration fee: $20). Only racers registered with WORS and having a WORS Series Number will score points for their team. A Team Competition

Registration Form (along with team roster) must be turned into WORS and have each competitor’s WORS series number and name on the roster. A registered WORS racer may only ride for one team. (This includes junior team members.) A team may enter one or more teams in the Junior Division, but only one team in any of the other divisions. Team Changes: Competitors who change teams during the series should notify WORS as soon as possible after the change via a team modification form. The team points they have earned prior to notification will remain with their previous team. Team points cannot be contributed to their new team until 2012.

Registration

Teams must register by July 10th. However, teams have through the sixth race to make additions to their rosters. Team points will be awarded retroactively through the date each team member began racing with a WORS series number. Team members who change categories during the season and reregister with WORS will receive credit for both categories. Pick up a team registration form from the WORS tent at a race or on the website at www.wors.org. Turn it in to WORS by July 10th, 2011. Team scores are figured retroactively back to the first race for which each team member had a 2011 WORS series number.

Team Scoring Participants: To receive credit toward the “Participants” awards in WORS Team Competition a competitor must have a valid WORS series number and must either finish the race with a recorded time or report their DNF to timing the day of the race. Teams receive one point for each team member, meeting the above criteria, towards the “Participants” competition. Points: Points for the “Points” competition of WORS Team Competition are figured by taking the series overall points each team member earns (see WORS Guidelines, WORS Scoring) and multiplying those points by the class multiplier. No points are earned for DNFs or DNS’s. Class Multiplier Only racers listed on the team roster that accompanied their team registration form will be scored.

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w w w. t ra i l r u n . wo r s. o r g Series Race #1 Iola Trail Mix - May 1 Iola Winter Sports Club - Iola, WI

Series Race #5 White Ridge Trail Run - August 21 White Tail Ridge - River Falls, WI

Series Race #2 Nine Mile Forest Chase - June 12 Nine Mile Forest - Wausau, WI

Series Race #6 Reforestation Ramble - August 28 Reforestation Cam[ - Suamico, WI

Series Race #3 Firecracker Off-Road - July 10 Eau Claire Expo Center - Eau Claire, WI

Series Race #7 Treadhead Trail Run - September 11 Grand Geneva - Lake Geneva, WI

Series Race #4 Crystal Ridge Scramble - July 24 Crystal Ridge - Franklin, WI

Please check the website for details as they become available.

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C LINICS

A GREAT WAY TO START OFF-ROAD RACING! Learn to Race clinics will be held at all 2011 WORS races. They are free of charge. Just show up at the WORS tent with your bike & helmet ready to ride*. Clinic groups are small and whenever possible, will be divided by age, gender, and experience to specialize the instruction. WORS Learn to Race Clinics include instruction in basic bike setup & maintenance, race preparation, offroad riding techniques, and beginning mountain bike racing tactics. Each clinic includes a ride-through of the course. The clinics generally take place from 3-5pm on the Saturday before the Sunday race. Check the individual race flyers for details. * Minors will need a parent or Guardian to sign a waiver.

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Cross-Country Mountain Bike Race Iola Winter Sports Area ~ Iola, WI Sunday, May 1st, 2011

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Rolling hills, open ski trails, sandy wooded singletrack with quick ups and downs, this course has it all. The course loops through a centrally located jump bowl several times providing frequent opportunities to view and cheer on your favorite racers.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

approx. Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

4 miles 5 miles 10 miles 15 miles 20 miles 20 miles 25 miles

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1:00 pm

Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight April 25th or by mail before April 23rd. Mail-in entries postmarked after April 23rd incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late and Onsite Registration: Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS: From the West: Hwy. 10 east to Hwy. 161. 161 to Cty. Rd. A north to Co. Rd. MM. Right on MM to the race site. From the East: Hwy. 10 west to Hwy. 49 north. 49 north from Iola to Cty. Rd. MM. Left on MM to the Iola Winter Sports Club. Look for the Jump scaffold on the north side of MM. GPS Address: E398 County Road MM, Iola, WI

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Iola Trail Mix * WORS Trail Run Series, 5 & 10K. www.trailrun.wors.org Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Racer Perks: Free post-race Spaghetti Feed * provided by Iola Winter Sports Club (IWSC).

Concessions * available for purchase throughout the day inside the IWSC Chalet. Other Info: Motels: Norseman House Motel 715445-3300, Best Western-Waupaca 715258-9212. Camping: Iola Pines Campground 715445-3489 (Great facilities including shower, store, tent sites - $10 or water/ electric sites - $15) and Iola Winter Sports Club race-site rough camping $10 per car.

The

Iola Bump and Jump race course evolves a little each year based on racer input, rider and spectator safety, and the condition of individual sections of the track. However, the overall character that makes this course a favorite of many remains constant. The start loop that takes racers up and around the back side of Iola’s 40 & 60 meter ski jumps and then drops back down past the lodge into the jump bowl may be the best lead-out in all of WORS. In addition, several minor singletrack modifications have been made to improve the racing experience for all. For the youngest novice racers, the WORS Kid’s Race course provides an opportunity for them to expand their skills.

iola Bump & j ump Iola Winter Sport Area ~ Iola, WI Sunday, May 1st, 2011

because of the great attitude of WORS participants. Club members volunteer year after year to work the race and to be part of the fun and excitement that WORS brings to the small friendly community With the start and finish areas near the ski jumping bowl, the of Iola. The Iola Winter Sports Bump and Jump offers spectators many fantastic opportunities Club’s mission is to carry on a to view their favorite riders. A post-race spaghetti dinner will be ski jumping tradition, provide provided free of charge to all racers by the Iola Winter Sports low cost youth and family ski programs, and provide high Club, with other concessions available in the ski chalet. Onsite rough camping will be available for $10 per site first- quality cross-country skiing Ready or Not. come, first-serve. Nearby Iola Pines Campground provides full for its members. Proceeds facilities, but fills up fast (see ad below for contact info). For from the Iola Bump and Jump more details and race registration information, please contact help the club continue to improve the facility. Race director, Phil Johnsrud and the Iola Winter Sports Club race co-director Jon Novak at 715-445-2411 ext.214 (day), want to make this event the best it can be. If 715-445-4744 (eve), or novakj@iola.k12.wi.us. there is any way for them to make this race betSponsoring the Iola Bump and Jump continues to be an en- ter for you, please let them know. joyable experience for the Iola Winter Sports Club volunteers

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Event Sponsors: Iola Family Chiropractic Iola Business Group Supplemental funds provided by South Waupaca Chapter 30077 of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Additional Information: Jon Novak (715) 445-2411, ext. 214 (days), (715) 445-4744 (evenings) email: novakj@ iola.k12.wi.us. year

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- A Community & Conservation Partner As the nation’s largest private landowner, Plum Creek plays many roles in the communities in which we operate. In addition to being a strong business partner and employer, a timber industry leader, and an important contributor to philanthropic causes, we also play significant roles in conservation efforts, community-minded development, environmental stewardship and more in the states and communities where we do business. For more information on these and other ways we contribute, visit www.plumcreek.com.

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CRYSTAL LAKE CLASSIC

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Cross-Country Mountain Bike Race Camp Tesomas ~ Rhinelander, WI Sunday, May 22nd, 2011

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Logging and ski trails through heavily forested rolling terrain create a tough, exhilarating, and fun race course with plenty of challenging singletrack mixed in to test your skills.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

6 miles 6 miles 10 miles 16 miles 22 miles 22 miles 33 miles

1 1 1 2 2 2 3

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1:00 pm

Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

$

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Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight May 16th or by mail before May 14th. Mail-in entries postmarked after May 14th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late and Onsite Registration: Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS: Hwy 17 North from Rhinelander 4 miles. Turn west on Cross Country Rd. (2 mi). Turn north on Pine Lake Rd. (.5 mi). Turn west on Spider Lake Rd, 1.5 mi to Camp Tesomas. GPS addresss: 5403 Spider Lake Rd, Rhinelander, WI.

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Awards:

Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Spaghetti Feed * Sat. 5-7pm, $5/person Breakfast * Sunday morning. Assorted

Breakfast Bar items $5/person. Bonfire * at Dusk on Saturday. Open Waterfront * Swim at your own risk. Open again this year: Zip-line, climbing tower, and boat rentals (Available All Weekend). Please refrain from having alcoholic beverages on the property (except RV Camping) we are an active Boy Scout Camp. Concessions * available for purchase throughout the day inside the Hanna Adventure Lodge.

Other Info: Motels: Contact the Rhinelander Chamber

of Commerce (1-800-236-4FUN or www. rhinelanderchamber.com). Camping: Camp Tesomas - Cost per Tent: $ 10/night or $15/two nights. Full Hook-up Camper Sites and Showers available. Weeklong camping available at discounted rates. Contact: Elvis Bauman - Ranger (715-4901742 or elvis@samoset.org). More specific information can be found on our website: www.samoset.org/bikerace

Event Sponsors: Bikes N Boards Pomps Tire Plum Creek RASTA (Rhinelander Area Silent Trails Association) Hosting a race on May 15th.

In

1997 a Rhinelander area Fire Department with the help of several volunteers started a mountain bike race created by Bikes-N-Boards, a premier outfitter for outdoor sports. Now run by the Boy Scouts of Samoset Council, this race will help fund the world renowned Camp Tesomas facility open since 1935 where youth from around the globe have come to enjoy the Northwood’s. Camp Tesomas (Hanna Venture Base) is located only minutes north of Rhinelander, where it’s set on the shores of Crystal Lake, a beautiful spring fed lake deserving of its name. This pristine setting is perfect for mountain biking with the lake making an excellent choice for cooling down after a hard ride through the woods. 2007 marked the first year that this Mountain Bike Race was affiliated with the WORS. The race begins and ends at Camp Tesomas (Hanna Venture Base). The trail also traverses lands owned by the School District of Rhinelander, Plum Creek, Inc., and Terry Strong. We thank each of them for their cooperation in allowing this trail to exist. And a special thank you to Wayne Fish, for his dedicated hours of trail work. We are indebted to his dedication to this race. Wayne was taken from us by brain cancer and this race is now dedicated to Wayne Fish. His dream of a premier race in the Rhinelander area will live on in his honor for years to come. The course is heavily forested, containing a mix of hardwoods and pine plantations. The soil is ideally suited for

C R Y S T AL LA K E C LA S S I C Camp Tesomas ~ Rhinelander, WI Sunday, May 22nd, 2011

mountain biking, made up of rock, sand and clay. Rain or shine, the surface holds up well to the pounding of bike tires. The rolling terrain also creates a tough, exhilarating, yet fun bike ride. We have cabins and campsites available during the weekend. And we are one of the only races that provide every racer with shower and Crossing the Boardwalk. bike wash facilities. And don’t forget we have the state’s largest climbing tower and zip-line open for your enjoyment with boating and other activities to keep everyone in the family happy. For more information on either the Rasta Rally or Crystal Lake Classic go to: www.samoset.org/bikerace

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Trek Store of Wausau Nine Mile Forest ~ Wausau, WI Sunday, June 12th, 2011 Presented by the

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Shift into your big ring, put the hammer down and see how long you can hang. This course is approximately 55% fast rolling cross-country ski trail and 45% singletrack. The first lap will have more ski trail and additional laps more singletrack. About 50% of the singletrack is technical (most of this is omitted from the Citizens’ course). Firm terrain, gravel, rocky singletrack, slick when wet.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP & OPEN PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

6 miles 6 miles 12 miles 17 miles 25.5 miles 25.5 miles 34 miles

1 1 2 2 3 3 4

WORS Kids Race

1:00 pm

Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

$

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$

2

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Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight June 6th or by mail before June 4th. Mail-in entries postmarked after June 4th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late and Onsite Registration: Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

From the North or South: Exit I-39/Hwy 51/Hwy 29 at exit 188. Take County Road N west approximately 4 miles then turn left on Red Bud Road for approximately one mile. Take a right into Nine Mile Forest Recreation Area parking lot. GPS address: 8704 Red Bud Rd, Wausau, WI

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3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. Nine Mile Forest Chase * WORS Trail Run Series, 5 & 10K, www.trailrun.wors.org

Awards:

Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Free post race food and beverage to all participants. Concessions * available Saturday Lunch and dinner from Mickey’s of Wausau. Sunday breakfast and lunch concessions available from Mickey’s of Wausau.

Other Info: Trail Pass Required:

All riding a bike within the boundaries of Nine Mile will need to comply with a $4 trail fee (one pass will be good for both Saturday and Sunday).

Trek

Store of Wausau presents, Big Ring Classic This WORS event is consistently one of the top drawing races in the series. Staged at one of the Midwest’s premier crosscountry skiing areas, Nine Mile Forest, it takes full advantage of this area’s abundant single track and wide open rolling ski trails and adds a bit of double track to provide mountain bikers with a two wheeled thrill ride. Nine Mile is just 4 miles west of Wausau and with over 25 combined miles of wide fast rolling cross country ski trails and twisting rocky single track through the forest, this expansive trail network offers numerous options for course placement. The single track of this race course will keep you tightly gripping the bars and searching for the best line however, racers will need to be prepared to shift to their big ring as they roll out onto the ski trail segments. Whether your forte is hammering on the wide open rolling hills or carving a line through technical terrain, you’re assured a great ride at this event. Nine Mile also allows for a longer overall course with less lapping making for a more enjoyable racing experience for all. Pre-riding will begin at noon on Saturday and all riding a bike within the boundaries of Nine Mile will need to comply with a $4 trail fee (one pass will be good for both Saturday and Sunday). There will be limited on site rough camping available Friday and Saturday, on a first-come first-serve

T R E K B I G R I N G C LA S S I C Presented by the

Trek Store of Wausau

Nine Mile Forest ~ Wausau, WI Sunday, June 12th, 2011 basis, with porta-potties, water, and limited fires based on forest regulations. For other camping and lodging arrangements, please call the Wausau / Central Wisconsin Visitors Bureau at 1-888-948-4748. The Trail run returns as part of the WORS trail run series. Race for the series And the Race is On! or race for the day. Running begins Sunday am. Day of registration available Saturday 3-6pm and Sunday beginning at 7am. Make sure you are at Nine Mile for the The Big Ring Classic! Presented by MPR: Muddy Paws Racing, “Promoting dirt in the Midwest”

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Motels:

For lodging arrangements, please call the Wausau / Central Wisconsin Visitors Bureau at 1-888-948-4748. Camping: Limited onsite Rough Camping available Friday and Saturday, on a first-come first-serve basis, with porta-potties, water, and limited fires based on forest regulations at the time. A $10.00 fee per vehicle/tent (per night) will be charged for camping. $15.00 for RV’s, buses, or trailers over 8 feet.

Event Sponsors: Muddy Paws Racing Trek Store of Wausau Additional Information: Adam Schmidt phone: (715) 497-8800 email: info@ muddypawsbike.com.

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Trek Bicycle Store

Wausau, WI

www.schwagstores.com

Our Service Department handles everything from Bicycles to Motorsports with all the Parts & Accessories you need! Race Sponsorships Available - Join our Race Team for 2011 - Call for Details! Exit 137. West on College Ave. First Left at lights on Nicolet Rd. 3 Blocks South on Right.

945 S. Nicolet Rd. Appleton, WI 54914 Ph. 920-733-0600

“Your Ultimate Apparel, Parts & Accessories Store!”

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DOWNHILL Race and Ride Saturday & Sunday June 18 & 19, 2011

2 Days of

Lift Service Freeriding Downhill Riding and Racing!

WORS Women Spring Fling April 16, 2011 presented by 2nd Annual Lapham Peak Off Road DuathlonReal-time (Run Bike) timing • FREE Social Event • Duathlon open to women of all ages and ability levels. Onsite Camping • White-elephant bike gear prize table will return! a Kid’s Race • Potluck lunch and more! ��� Learn to Race and bike clinics and FREE bike demos • • •

Cooperative childcare options ALL families and friends are welcome For all of the Come ride with us!

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MOUNTAIN BIKE RACING FUN FOR EVERYONE! The Subaru Cup, presented by Trek, is the Midwest mountain bike race event of the year. Come watch North America’s top Pro men and women race on an incredible course. Participate in amateur racing for all ages and ability levels at the Midwest Regional Championship. Join us for a great weekend of racing fun on June 25 & 26 in Wisconsin.


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A full weekend of racing excitement! A full weekend of racing excitement!

Friday June 24, 2011 Friday June 24, 2011

2:00 - 7 PM ! On-site race registration (except Pros " ) 2:00 - 7 PM ! On-site race registration (except Pros " ) 2:00 - 8 PM ! Cross-country pre-ride 2:00 - 8 PM ! Cross-country pre-ride

Saturday June 25, 2011 Saturday June 25, 2011

Legacy Cross-Country and USA Cycling Pro XCT races Legacy Cross-Country and USA Cycling Pro XCT races 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM ! Age-class racing for Cat 1 & 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM ! Age-class racing for Cat 1 & Cat 2 amateur racers in the Legacy Cross-Country Cat 2 amateur racers in the Legacy Cross-Country and USA Cycling Midwest Regional Championships. and USA Cycling Midwest Regional Championships. 12:30 PM - 5 PM ! USA Cycling Pro 12:30 PM - 5 PM ! USA Cycling Pro XCT races. Watch North America’s XCT races. Watch North America’s top men and women race on a top men and women race on a spectacular course. spectacular course. 5:15 PM ! WORS Kid’s Race 5:15 PM ! WORS Kid’s Race - 7 PM ! Junior under) 6 - 67 PM ! Junior (14 (14 andand under) Age-class racing Age-class racing

Sunday June 2011 Sunday June 26,26, 2011

! Legacy Cross-Country 9:309:30 AM AM ! Legacy Cross-Country Age-class racing for Cat 3 (Citizen) amateur Age-class racing for Cat 3 (Citizen) amateur racers in the Legacy Cross-country racers in the Legacy Cross-country andand USAUSA Cycling Midwest Regional Championships. Cycling Midwest Regional Championships. 10:30 - 3:00 ! Impreza Short Track races for Cat 10:30 AM AM - 3:00 PM PM ! Impreza Short Track races for Cat 2, Cat 1 and Pro racers. 2, Cat 1 and Pro racers. - 5 PM ! Outback Super D races for Cat 3, Cat 3:303:30 PM PM - 5 PM ! Outback Super D races for Cat 3, Cat 2, Open (Pro & Cat 1). 2, Open (Pro & Cat 1).

LEGACY CROSS-COUNTRY & USA CYCLING PRO XCT T

he Legacy Cross-Country course takes it up a notch

with a challenging mix of climbs, forested single-track, fast descents, rock gardens, and fast traverses. The course at Nordic Mountain is designed to provide options for racers of all abilities. Racers pass through the area in front of the lodge several times each lap providing great spectating.

Jeremy HorganKobelski* upgraded.** So can you.*** * 4 time US National Champion ** Bontrager XR tires *** bontrager.com

registration closes 5 PM Friday. racers consult the UCI "" ProPro registration closes at 5atPM Friday. ProPro racers mustmust consult the UCI Tech manual at www.subarucup.com Tech manual at www.subarucup.com

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Legacy Cross-Country & PRO XCT Start times, race distances & entry fees Race Category

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Getting dirty. To those with the go-anywhere capability of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and a passion for mountain biking, it just comes naturally. And with help from our dedicated partners, you can be sure there will be plenty of muddy trails and a means to enjoy them for a long time to come. Love. It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.

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USA CYCLING PRO XCT “Overall, I was very impressed with the event.! The course was great, there were tons of spectators and lots of amateur racers and kids.! I'd say it was the best national series race we've been to in a while.! Thanks to everyone who came out and cheered - it always helps me dig a little deeper!”!!Georgia Gould, Luna Pro Team “All of the elements of a good day of racing came together. Rad course - check; rowdy crowd - check; dialed bike check; good legs - check; lots of luck - bonus check.” Sam Schultz, Subaru-Trek


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Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Starts Friday at 3pm.

Red Flint Eau Claire Co. Expo Center ~ Eau Claire, WI Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Saturday all day.

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Learn to Race Clinic * Sat. 3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. Firecracker Trail Run * WORS Trail Run Series 5 & 10K runs. www.trailrun.wors.org.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Fast rolling trails with exciting singletrack twisting and turning through Lowes Creek County Park. Open sections provide opportunity to hammer, while technical singletrack will test your skills with tight corners, side hills, creek crossings, quick drops, and power climbs.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

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* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight July 4th or by mail before July 2nd. Mail-in entries postmarked after July 2nd incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

From the East/West/South: Hwy I-94 to Exit 68 towards Eleva/Eau Claire. Turn Right onto WI93 South. Turn Right onto Lorch Ave. Lorch Ave. turns into Fairview Dr. End at 5530 Fairview Drive. From the North: Follow W-124 South, which becomes US- 53/Hastings Way. Merge onto W-93 S. toward Eleva/Mall Drive. Turn Right onto Lorch Ave. Lorch Ave. turns into Fairview Dr. End at 5530 Fairview Drive. GPS Address: 5530 Fairview Drive, Eau Claire, WI.

Trail Fee: Eau Claire County Trail Use Fee $2; payable at registration Awards: Cash to Pros, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Racer Lounge - Free Post-race Snack. Spaghetti Feed - Sat. night (bargain price)! Bonfire - Friday & Saturday nights. Sun. Breakfast - pre-race fill-up (super deal)! Mist Tunnel - at the water station. Free Schwag - to all registered racers. Concessions - for sale on grounds. Other Info: Camping: On-site Camping $10/vehicle. Fri.

& Sat. night only. Limited sites with electrical service at an additional $5. Other Lodging: Metropolis Resort Holiday Inn Campus Area-Eau Claire 800-472-3297, Plaza Hotel & Suites- Eau Claire 800-4827829, Ramada Inn Convention Ctr.-Eau Claire 800-950-6121, Best Western Trail Lodge Hotel & Suites-Eau Claire 888-634-5330, GrandStay Residential Suites-Eau Claire 715-834-1700, Country Inn & Suites-Eau Claire 715-832-7289 (Please call the Convention & Visitors Bureau for lodging availability 888-523-3866)

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Chippewa Off Road Bike Association (CORBA) C H IPP E W A V ALL E Y would like to welcome new and returning racers to presents: the seventh annual Chippewa Valley Firecracker! Once again, the Firecracker will bring you excellent riding at a family friendly Eau Claire County Expo Center ~ Eau Claire, WI event with onsite camping both Friday and Saturday nights. Sunday, July 10th, 2011 CORBA trail builders remain dedicated to making this a great race and all proceeds go directly to trail building throughout the with local vendors, race watching and concessions Chippewa Valley. with food for purchase. Racers can plan on finding the course ready to pre-ride on Friday The course will once again afternoon. It will be your chance to check out trail improvements, be very spectator friendly test your skills on our rock gardens and wind your way through with plenty of elevated the pine trees. You’ll appreciate the opportunity to pre-ride viewing areas. Once you’ve completed your race, relax trails such as Skull, WTF and Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde! at the Racer Lounge and Our goal is to provide you great trails AND an incredible enjoy the shade, free snacks weekend of bikes and camaraderie. Saturday, July 9th will be and water. And don’t forget, filled with great activities for the whole family, course pre-rides we will have great swag for Elites Hit the Rocks. and our popular All-You-Can-Eat pasta feed, a fund raiser for all registered racers!!!! McDonnell High cross country team. Finish your evening off Please be sure to watch the CORBA with a campfire or night ride. message board for course updates and race Start your race day with an amazing All-You-Can-Eat breakfast enhancements that are still being worked on. (fundraiser for the cross country team). Enjoy our expo area We guarantee you will not be disappointed!

RACE PROCEEDS ARE USED TO BUILD TRAILS

Event Sponsors:

Red Flint Rock and Stone Chippewa Off Road Bike Association Chip Falls McDonell HS CC Team Anybody’s Bike Shop Scheels Eau Claire Bike and Sport Spring Street Sports Simple Sports Overdrive Cycling Xcel Energy year Rassbach Communications

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2010 top five elite women

2010 WORS Elite Women’s Overaall Champion - Abby Strigel -

“I race bikes because I enjoy nothing more than riding my bike through the woods. My favorite race of 2010 was the Subaru Cup. Everything about that race was amazing. The course was challenging and fun and the competition was very exciting. Most of all, the crowds were insane; they truly made it the most exciting race I’ve ever done. 2010 was my first year racing for the Trek Stores of Madison. The support they gave me was unlike anything I’ve experienced, and I can’t thank them enough for all the work they put in to making the 2010 season so successful. In 2011 I have plans to race WORS, Chequamegon, a few WEMS races, and ride my mountain bike as mush as possible with my awesome teammates.” ** WORS editor’s note: In 2010, Abby became the first racer ever to win four WORS Overall titles.

Elite women’s second place - Lisa Krayer - “Racing

is a great way to stay healthy, push my limits, and hang out with some really cool people. My favorite WORS race of 2010 was also the Subaru CUP. I was able to win the Cat 1 XC and Short Track and loved everything the XC course had to offer. This was my first year racing for the Adventure 212 Mountain Bike Team and I had a blast getting to know my teammates and loved every second I spent on my new era mountain bike. I’d like to thank my husband Ryan and daughters Kylie and Kelsey for all their cheers and support throughout the long season. With the return of the USA Cycling Pro XCT race at Mt. Morris in 2011, I plan to give the pro division a shot.”

Elite women’s third place - Robin Williams - “My husband Kyle and I have loved racing the WORS series because the courses are always fun and the size of the fields is so large. My favorite race of 2010 was a new experience - Sheboygen. We really

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loved the course and the venue was great for both racers and spectators. My greatest driving force in cycling has been my husband, Kyle. If it wasn’t for him, I would probably never have started riding a bike let alone race. He keeps my bikes running and supports me during every race. Mercy/Specialized, Rick Hopson, and Geoff’s Bike and Ski also helped support me in all my cycling endeavors in 2010. For 2011, we hope to race in the WORS Series as much as possible, especially the races prior to July when I start my Pediatrics Internship.”

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Elite women’s fourth place - Lori Sable - ”I race to

have fun, always. And for the cameraderie, competition and to see friends who race every other weekend! I especially enjoyed the Chippewa Valley Firecracker and Sheboygan in 2010. Fun, technical singletrack and a little bit of everything made those races stand out for me. There are so many people I can thank for support in 2010. Mark takes care of my bike and the Nighs are so welcoming. And to the people who I ride and race with, and who push me to do better, I’m very grateful!”

Elite women’s fifth place - Claire Cannon - “I race so

that I can ride my bike in the woods more often! I admire the women and men I race with and feel lucky to know them, so it’s great to share in this thing we all enjoy. I don’t know that I have a favorite race from 2010, but my favorite racing moment was on my last lap at Iola when I realized how great my legs felt as compared to that same lap and race the year before. Throughout the season, I enjoyed riding my 2010 Trek Top Fuel more than I thought would be possible and I’m look forward to gaining more confidence and speed in singletrack on my new 2011 Top Fuel next year at WORS. I’m thankful to my Team, Trek Stores of Madison, for such amazing support and for being so crazy fast in singletrack. And to Matt, for the same reasons.” YEAR TWENTY

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This challenging course snakes its way up, down and around the Crystal Ridge Ski Area. Tight single-track, fast fire roads and the “Bonsai” switch-back climb are sure to keep you alive. The return of “The Wall” and the Pavia Plunge will be sure to test your endurance and fatigue factors. If the weather cooperates, the Alpha Trail singletrack will add even more excitement to your Alterra Coffee Bean Classic experience.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

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9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

3 miles 4 miles 9 miles 15 miles 22.5 miles 22.5 miles 30 miles

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Entry Fee

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1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight July 18th or by mail before July 16th. Mail-in entries postmarked after July 16th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

From the North & West: HI-894 to 76th St., south to Crystal Ridge Drive. From the South: I-94 north to Rawson Ave. (Cty. BB), west to Crystal Ridge Drive. From the East: Take your pick. GPS Address: 7900 W Crystal Ridge Dr, Franklin, WI

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Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. Crystal Ridge Scramble * WORS Trail Run Series 5 & 10K runs. www.trailrun.wors.org.

Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Free Alterra Coffee Drinks * Hot and

Cold from the Alterra Coffee Roasters. Concessions * available for purchase throughout the day inside the Crystal Ridge Chalet.

Other Info: Motels: Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites 414-4824444, Comfort Suites 414-570-1111, Baymont Inn 414-762-2266, Exel Inn 414-764-1776, Manchester Suites 414-744-3600. Camping: Country View Campground 262662-3654 (16.2 mi. from race, about 31 min.), Waukesha County Muskego Park 262-6790310 (8.3 mi. from race, about 16 min.), Yogi Bear Jellystone 262-835-1336 (11.3 mi from race, about 20 min.).

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burning switchback climb, dizzying single track, and fast fire roads all in the urban setting of Milwaukee County. The Alterra Mountain Bike Team proudly presents a true mountain bike race. Welcome to the Alterra Coffee Bean Classic. A challenging five to six-mile lap snakes its way up, down and around the Crystal Ridge Ski Area. Racers of all levels get the chance to experience a little of everything, including “The Wall” climb, the “Small Intestine” single track, and the “Pavia Plunge”, that will keep you hanging on all the way to the end. This venue puts friends and family in perfect position to cheer on their favorite racers all day long. Also, with weather permitting, we will again include the new Alpha Trail section. This section adds about another mile of single and double track to the lap length of the racecourse. As most of you know the Alpha Trail makes the race even more exciting. We’re always trying to add new elements to increase the overall challenge of the course. Alterra Coffee Roasters will once again have its coffee bar open to pour the free, locally roasted coffee, whether your preference is hot or cold. Also, our other sponsor, Lakefront Brewery, will have ice-cold beers on tap. As always the Alterra Team continues its strong tradition of community service. Portions of your entry fee sup-

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port great causes such as: Free helmets for kids at a local bike rodeo, the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin, and WORBA. We also continue to donate to the development of the Hank Aaron State Trail. Visit us at the Alterra Team website, www.alterramtb.org.

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Please note: Any changes to the Gunning for the Holeshot. course and course condition updates, will be posted at www.alterramtb.org, and on the WORS message board.

In case of extreme weather, the rain date for this event is Sunday, September 4th. All preresitered riders will have their enty transfered. There will be no refunds.

Event Sponsors: Alterra Coffee Roasters Milwaukee County Parks Lakefront Brewery Crystal Ridge

Proceeds Benefit: Alterra Mountain Bike Team year charitable contributions.

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Additional Information: Todd Somers phone (414) 475-1850, email: tsomers.earthlink.net Updates & Other Info at: www.alterramtb.org

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Trek Stores of Madison CamRock Park ~ Rockdale, WI Sunday, August 7th, 2011 present by

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Course Preview/Trek Stores of Madison Bike Demo * Course set on May 9, June 20 & July 18, 12-7PM.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Get ready for a mountain biking journey along the hills of the Koshkonong Creek. We start out with a dash to the top, climbing through the vendor area for the first 1/2 mile. The course is longer and with more climbing and descending for each division. The Elite race course will be 7 miles long with over 1000 feet of climbing per lap. All racers will be rewarded with a fun course with varied topography and a beautiful landscape.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

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# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

5 miles 5 miles 10 miles 14 miles 21 miles 21 miles 28 miles

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1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

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* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight August 1st or by mail before July 30th. Mail-in entries postmarked after July 30th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

From East (Milwaukee I94): Take Exit 267 @ Johnson Creek, Go South on Hwy. 26, Turn Right onto Hwy. 18, Turn Left onto N Main St in Cambridge, Turn Right at Spring St/Cty Rd B/Water St. From North/West (Interstate 90): Take US-12E/UW-18 E, Turn on to Spring Street in Cambridge, Continue onto Cty Rd B/Water St. From South (Illinois): Take Exit 160 onto WI-73, Head North then Turn Right onto Cty Rd B/Water St.

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Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday 3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. Awards:

Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Heathers Rockdale Bar & Grill * Saturday Night Party * Sunday Breakfast Buffet 6-9 AM * Grill In the EXPO area on Race Day Other Info: Motels: Country Inn & Suites in Madison

(608)221-0055, Local B&B http://www. cambridgewi.com/lodging.htm Camping: Onsite rough camping available Sat. with porta-potties. A $10.00 fee per vehicle/tent (per night) will be charged for camping to cover permits, administration and cleanup. $15 for RV’s, buses, or trailers over 8 feet.

Event Sponsors: Trek Stores of Madison Wildside Adventure Sports Erik’s Bike Shop Machinery Row Bicycles Bicycle Recyclers LLC Sweet Ride Bike & Board Heathers Rockdale Bar & Grill Additional Information: Tom Harron, thomasharron@gmail. com, (608) 301-5258, MadCityDirt.org

Pathfinders has worked for years to Capital Off-Road build CamRock Park into one of the hidden

gems of mountain biking in Wisconsin. CORP is a volunteer organization with 90+ voting members and over 300 registered forum member volunteers. We are working diligently to make the Battle of CamRock a race that you will look forward to every year. The trail system at CamRock is a blend of wide and fast flowing single-track that runs through open fields of prairie grass, wooded single-track with bermed turns, and more technical single-track with a touch of roots and rocks. The Battle of CamRock’s course contains some great downhill sections that will have you begging for another lap.

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presented by Trek Stores of Madison CamRock Park ~ Rockdale, WI Sunday, August 7th, 2011 We would like to thank the citizens and businesses of Rockdale as this event could not be held without local support and cooperation.

Since this is our inaugural race, Capital Off-Road Pathfinders wants to give From Citizen to Elite, all courses contain fun single-track, everyone an early chance numerous feed zones, and finish with a grass double-track climb, to preview the Battle of before sprinting through the EXPO Area to the finish. Full course CamRock course before maps and Google Earth KMS files will be available at MadCityDirt. race weekend. We will be holding three pre-ride org. Prepare to Battle. opportunities in the months The parking and camping area for the Battle of CamRock before the race. We will set presented by the Trek Stores of Madison is a private airfield the prospective course on Monday, May 9th, near Heather‘s Rockdale Bar & Grill. This airfield has two grass June 20th, and July 18th from Noon till 7 PM. runways, which can hold all the vehicles for this event. Additional Dane County trail passes are required for riding parking is available along Koshkonong Road near the EXPO area. at CamRock except for race weekend.

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White Tail Ridge ~ River Falls, WI Sunday, August 21st, 2011 COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course will challenge every level of racer with its fast flowing hardpack singletrack; roots and rocks; short, steep downhill and uphill sections; uphill switchbacks; grassy, wide open field sections; technical climbs; and a generous amount of flowing doubletrack. Want a virtual ride? Check out www. muddypawsracing.com for a handlebar view of the course.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP & OPEN PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

5 miles 5 miles 10 miles 15 miles 20 miles 20 miles 25 miles

1 1 2 3 4 4 5

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Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight August 15th or by mail before August 13th. Mail-in entries postmarked after August 13th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

From the East or West: Exit #3/State Highway 35, off of Interstate 94. Proceed south approximately 5 miles on state highway 35. Turn right at Whitetail Boulevard (sign notes Paulson Rd, watch for the signs on the highway!) and follow the signs to parking and the racecourse. GPS Address: 700 Whitetail Blvd, River Falls, Wi

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3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. White Tail Ridge Trail Run - Sunday 5K & 10K courses. Race registration opens at 7 a.m. Racing begins at 8 a.m. Presented by KORC, www.kinnioffroad.com. Part of WORS Trail Run Series www.trailrun.wors.org

Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Post-race Refreshment * Free after race food for race participants.

Concessions * Lunch on Sunday provided

by Perkins of River Falls. Many restaurant options within 1-2 miles of the race course.

Other Info: Where to Stay: River Falls: Crossings- (715)

425-9500,Kinni Creek lodge River Falls - (715) 425-7378 www.kinnicreek.com. contact the River Falls Vistors office for more information - www.rfchamber.com Camping: Onsite Rough Camping Fri. & Sat. ONLY! $10/car/tent, $15 for motorhomes, buses and trailers over 8 feet. (fee is per night) Port a potties and non-potable water on site. no ground fires per city ordinances.

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Battle, race # 8 in the 2010 Wisconsin Off Road Series (WORS) and the eighth race of the 2010 Minnesota State Championship Series (MNSCS). Wisconsin has captured the first two titles of this annual event, but every season the slate is cleaned off and new competition begins. Residents of Minnesota and Wisconsin will compete for bragging rights and a traveling trophy as part of this event. Minnesota is ready for a rematch! The White Tail Ridge Trail Run is part of WORS trail run series, so you can have your points tracked or just race for the day. Sponsored by KORC with 5k and 10k options, running begins Sunday morning. Check the website for full details. www.trailrun.wors.org Local MTB club Kinnickinnic Off-Road Cyclists (KORC) bring the Border Battle to you. White Tail Ridge Corporate Park and the Economic Development Corporation in River Falls, play host to this popular event. The trails at White Tail Ridge present a course that is a challenging mix of predominantly single and double track with some areas of wide-open field sections. Additional passing lanes have been added for 2011. For a preview of the course, check out the virtual rides on www.kinnioffroad.com Conveniently located just south of interstate 94, a short drive from the Minneapolis area, and easy access for Wisconsin locals, the Border Battle beckons all to

BORDER BATTLE

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Economic Development Corporation of River Falls

White Tail Ridge ~ River Falls, WI Sunday, August 21st, 2011 come witness and participate in this event. Rough camping available Friday and Saturday nights on a first come basis. Full amenities available within 2 miles of race site. Check out www. rfchamber.com for full listing of lodging options. We look forward to seeing you The Prize! all at the 2011 Border Battle this August! This event is presented by MPR: Muddy Paws Racing “Promoting dirt in the Midwest”.

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Event Sponsors: Economic Development Corporation, presenting title sponsor for 2011

Kinnikinnic Off Road Cyclist The City of River Falls Crankworks Cycle St. Croix Gas and many more of the Local River Falls Businesses.

Additional Information: Adam Schmidt phone: (715) 497-8800 email: info@ muddypawsbike.com

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Cross-Country Mountain Bike Race Reforestation Camp ~ Suamico, WI Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Riding at the Camp is fast and exhilarating, so come ready to have fun. Expect to ride on hard dirt, rocks, roots, pine needles, sand, and bog spots. A great mix of singletrack and cross-country ski trails.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* COMP & OPEN sport

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 11:30 am 11:36 am 11:41 pm

6 miles 6 miles 12 miles 36 miles 36 miles 36 miles 24 miles

1 1 1 3 3 3 2

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1:00 pm

Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

17 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

23 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities:

Free Race T-shirt * to the first 200 racers to Pick Up their registration. Post-race Fruit & Refreshment * courtesy of Festival Foods.

$ 00

Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is 5. **Pro/Category 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain $

annual license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight August 22nd or by mail before August 20th. Mail-in entries postmarked after August 20th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS: From

Reforestation Ramble Trail Run *

WORS Trail Run Series, 5 & 10K. www. trailrun.wors.org. Vendor/Exhibitor Zone * Saturday 125pm hosting many of our race sponsors.

Milwaukee/ Chicago: I 43 North to 41/141 Take Hwy. 41-141 North from Green Bay to Exit #176 (County B/ Suamico). Turn left on County B. Go about 4 miles then turn right on County IR. The Camp is straight ahead on Reforestation Rd/County IR. From Milwaukee/Madison: 41 North to 41/141 North Take Hwy. 41-141 North from Green Bay to Exit #176 (County B/Suamico). Turn left on County B and go about 4 miles then turn right on County IR. The Camp is straight ahead on Reforestation Rd/County IR. From Wausau: 29 East to 41/141 North Take Hwy. 41-141 North from Green Bay to Exit #176 (County B/Suamico). Turn left on County B. Go about 4 miles then turn right on County IR. The Camp is straight ahead on Reforestation Rd/County IR.

Other Info: No Dogs (pets) Allowed * proximity to

The

marathon style race format lives on at the Reforestation Ramble again for 2011. We believe much of the success from past seasons clearly came from distinct differences in the overall series layout and the different styles of racing that came with the diverse race venues.....and the Ramble definitely provides a nontraditional racing experience! Again in 2011 you will find the course to be a great mix of fast wide open fire lanes, a decent amount of flowing singletrack, and the new norm for this race, a few grinding inclines to keep everyone in check. Pine groves and rolling groves of American elm and aspen make the single track fast and enjoyable, while being technically challenging. The sand based soil holds up great in moist conditions and provides just the right type of surface for great racing no matter the weather conditions, a guarantee you will find yourself begging for the finish with a smile on your face. The later date gives racers of all types one last ramp up for the Chequamegon 40, which takes place just over a month after the Ramble….so come on out for one last high mileage race as you prepare for the 40! Please note the different start times for the Reforestation Ramble, remind yourself and fellow racers that the Ramble does not follow the traditional start times due to the distances of each category. Junior category

NEW Zoo prohibits pets.

Trail Passes Required * $3.00/Day. Motels: Ramada Plaza Hotel 920-499-0631, AmericInn 920-434-9790, Comfort Suites 920-499-7449, all hotels just south of the race venue in Green Bay, 10 min. drive to race. Camping: Onsite Rough Camping for nominal fee.

Event Sponsors: Titletown Flyers Cycling Team JB Cycle Trikes to Bikes InCompetition Sports Festival Foods Titletown Brewing 1330 Wraps

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REFORESTATION RAMBLE Reforestation Camp ~ Suamico, WI Sunday, August 28th, 2011

racers take off at 9:30am, Citizen at 10am, all other classes roll off the line at 11:30am! Although Sunday is race day, be sure to stop out Saturday for pre-riding, the Vendor/Exhibitor Zone, and Learn to Race clinics. Pre-riding will begin at 12:00 pm on Saturday. Like most state and Marathon Racing Fun. county trails, a trails/rider fee is required and will be collected at registration, with two day deals available. Plenty of lodging is conveniently located on either of the major highways, 43 or 41. Rough camping will be available at a nominal fee. Please remember that because of this events close proximity to the N.E.W. Zoo, there are no pets allowed at this venue.

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Trikes to Bikes & More is excited to offer the area’s first eight-station CompuTrainer Lab. Be among the first in the area to test your lungs and legs with this exciting, innovative equipment! CompuTrainer provides the most interesting indoor bike experience yet created. You can even experience the CompuTrainer on your own bike!

Additional Information: Shawn Hauser phone (920) 3626617, email: titletownflyer@yahoo.com.

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Cross-Country Mountain Bike Race Grand Geneva Resort ~ Lake Geneva, WI Sunday, September 11th, 2011 COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Designed and built by racers for racers, this course brings out the best of Mountain Top at Grand Geneva as it shifts from tight, technical and singletrack to wide-open big ring double-track. Knee burning climbs are rewarded with fast and fun descents. Hear the roar of the crowd as you finish in front of spectator-friendly Mountain Top Lodge.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: race category

Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

Junior (age class 14 & under) First Timer Citizen sport COMP & OPEN PRO/Cat 1 women - Jr* PRO/Cat 1 men - Jr*

9:30 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 1:30 pm

5 miles 5 miles 10 miles 15 miles 20 miles 20 miles 25 miles

1 1 2 3 4 4 5

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1:00 pm

Entry Fee

Late (Day of) Registration

1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight September 5th or by mail before September 3rd. Mail-in entries postmarked after September 3rd incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late & Onsite Registration: Sat. 3-6 pm, Sun. 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS: From Chicago: Take I-94 north to Hwy 50 Kenosha/Lake Geneva west. Proceed west approximately 23.7 miles. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your right. From Milwaukee: Take 894 to I-43 south. Exit 43 at Hwy 12/Lake Geneva at Elkhorn. Follow Hwy 12 to Hwy 50 East/Lake Geneva, the 2nd exit. Take off ramp, continue East under the overpass. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your left. From Madison: Take I-90 south to Beloit and Janesville, then take Delavan exit Hwy 11 just south of Janesville. In Delavan, change to Hwy 50 and proceed through Lake Geneva heading east. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your left. Follow signs to Mountain Top Lodge.

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3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through. Treadhead Trail Run * WORS Trail Run Series, 5 & 10K. www.trailrun.wors.org

Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Warm Up Ride * Saturday morning. Spaghetti Feed * Saturday night at Next Door Pub.

Concessions * available for purchase

throughout the day onsite. Massage Service * onsite by Body & Soul.

Other Info: Motels: Comfort Suites - 300 East Main St, Lake Geneva WI 53147 262-248-2300 Grand Geneva Resort 800-558-3417. Camping: Meadowlark Acres www. meadowlarkacres.org 262-763-7600 & Big Foot Beach State www.dnr.state.wi.us 262248-2528 Book Early!

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pumping? Check. Adrenaline flowing? Check. Muscles twitching? Check. Game face? Check. Welcome back to Treadfest....... we’ve missed you! TREADFEST V showcases an evolving trail system at the beautiful Grand Geneva Resort. TREADHEADS have been busy building, tweaking and improving a trail featuring multiple race course options with a variety of terrain and technical features for all levels of riders. Features include the infamous “Rock Garden”, the white knuckle drop of the “Colorado Heartbreaker”, the smooth fast lines of “The Pines”, the wood bridges in “Butch’s Playground” and the carving corners of The Big “O”. For those who are not out on the trail, the Mountain Top Lodge offers great indoor and outdoor viewing of much of the trail system for family and friends.

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Grand Geneva Resort ~ Lake Geneva, WI Sunday, September 11th, 2011

In addition to the TREADFEST fun, Tread Head Cycling strives to give riders a fun, positive environment to explore the joy of riding a bike. We aim to give the TREADHEAD spirit back to the roads and trails through avid involvement If you are not on two wheels TREADFEST offers plenty. in bicycle advocacy The TREADHEAD TRAIL RUN returns for 2011 and groups and projects. We Your Series Men’s Champ. offers a great cross section of trail to fit the novice to welcome all riders to join most experienced runner. TREADFEST will also feature Tread Head Cycling on a consumer expo and activities including: Tread Head our regular Tuesday and Thursday rides Cycling Learn to Race Clinic on Saturday afternoon, the at RRB Cycles in Lake Geneva, as well as Next Door Pub pasta feed Saturday night (bring your NDP our many other events during the year. coupon!), food and drink on site, TREADFEST T-shirts, Please check www.treadheadcycling. and don’t forget an on site massage. com for details.

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Cross-Country Mountain Bike Race Bear Paw Outdoor ~ White Lake, WI Sunday, September 25th, 2011

An enticing variety of climbs, descents, double track, single track, rocks, roots, and switchbacks. The scenery is diverse as the trails: a tornado blow down, mature hemlock/white pine forest mixed with maple/oak forest. This course will test your handling skills in the single track, while letting you open it up on the fast double track..

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: Start Time

Distance

# of Laps

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1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

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Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up. * Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing REGISTRATION: First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight Sept. 19th or by mail before Sept. 17th. Mail-in entries postmarked after Sept. 17th incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late and Onsite Registration: Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

Pre-Ride & Other Events: Pre-Ride * Saturday 12-7pm. Learn to Race Clinic * Saturday

3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through.

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From the Northwest or East: Take Hwy 64 to the intersection of Hwy 55. Bear Paw is 3 miles south on the west side of the road. From the South: Take Hwy 55 north from Hwy 29, approximately 30 miles. GPS address: N3494 Hwy 55, White Lake, WI

Awards: Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Capital Brewery Video Nite * Mountain

Bike videos will shown in the bar at the Bear Paw on Saturday night. Bring your home grown video for a contest. Beer and prizes. Concessions * the Bear Paw will be serving inside and out on Saturday and Sunday.

Other Info: Motels: Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort (715) 882-3501, www.bearpawoutdoors.com Mole Lake Casino - (800) 236-WINN (9466) www.molelake.com Camping: Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort (715) 882-3501, www.bearpawoutdoors.com Mole Lake Casino (800) 236-9466, www.molelake.com Others in the area

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Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort welcomes you. An access issue forced, the Wolf River Rendezvous to moved 25 miles north to the Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort in 2009. In 2010, the event had a new name, “The Bear Paw Rock and Roll”. An appropriate name for this course, as it combines rough challenging single track that rolls and weaves around and over boulders, roots, and logs with fast hard double track and a couple of good climbs. This mix of beautiful Northwoods Forest trails ensures good speed and plenty of passing room.

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is hiking, fishing, kayaking, biking or swinging in a hammock, you will find it at the Bear Paw. Fill your day with fun and adventure, relax in our cabins or campground and dine at our The Bear Paw course features Hiekenen’s Hell, the onsite restaurant featuring highest hill on the course; the Boy Scout Switchbacks, delicious homemade pizza nice downhill switchbacks with banked turns; Dewberry and satisfying beverages! which challenges racers with two short steep climbs This rewarding Northwoods and then some weaving between boulders; the Flat Tire experience will have you Rock Trail, the name says it all and finally the Balance coming back to visit again Sweet Northwoods Singletrack! Rock Trail, a curvy rock garden where you’ll want to and again. keep your eyes open for the huge balance rock. Mountain biking videos The Bear Paw Adventure Resort has been around will be shown in the bar on Saturday for 15 years and specializes in Outdoor Recreation, night before the race. Bring you own especially whitewater kayaking and Mountain Biking. It homemade videos for the Capital Brewery offers camping and lodging in rustic cabins, beautiful homemade video contest for a chance to modern cabin rooms and chalets. Whether your interest win some nice swag.

Event Sponsors: Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort Capital Brewery Joe Bikeler’s Bike Shop Mole Lake Casino Additional Information: Scott or Jamee at Bear Paw (715) 882-3502, email: info@ bearpawoutdoors.com N3495 Hwy 55, White year Lake, WI 54491

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3-5pm. Basic instruction on technique and race preparation with course ride-through.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A variety of single and double track allows racers to test their skills over picturesque flowing technical trails. Terrain including grass, mud, asphalt, gravel, sand, roots, and rocks, . A log jump, creek crossing, “Sheboygan Slickrock” and the “Equalizer” add to the fun.

START TIMES, DISTANCES, & ENTRY FEES­­: Start Time

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1:00 pm

Entry Fee

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1700 ** $ 2000 $ 2300 * $ 2500 * $ 2500 * $ 3000 ** $ 3000 **

2300 * $ 2600 $ 2900 * $ 3100 * $ 3100 * $ 3600 ** $ 3600 **

$

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Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to course conditions.

* USA Cycling Mountain annual members. A one day license for non-members is $5. **Pro/Cat 1 entrants are required to have a UCI International or USA Cycling Mountain annual

license. All USA Cycling members are required to present their license at number pick up.

REGISTRATION:

* Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing

First Timer, Citizen & Sport as well. Cat 1 juniors $25/$31. Pre-Register: online at www.wors.org before midnight October 3rd or by mail before October 1st. Mail-in entries postmarked after October 1st incur a late fee. For mail-in entry make check payable to WORS. Mail check and entry form to: WORS 8675 Rolling Hills Rd Custer, WI 54423 Late and Onsite Registration: Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.

MAP & DIRECTIONS:

Exit Interstate 43 at Exit #128 (Hwy 42 at north end of Sheboygan). Go east (toward Sheboygan) about a mile. The Quarryview Park entrance is on the left. Parking and race registration are at Quarryview. The race start/finish area is on the other side of Hwy 42 in Evergreen Park. GPS address: 3401 Calumet Dr, Sheboygan, WI.

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Traditional finale of WORS, the Wigwam Mountain W I G W AM MOU N T AI N Bike Challenge, continues to be staged at Sheboygan’s Jaycees’ Quarryview and Evergreen Parks. This B I K E C H ALL E N G E venue allows for the conveniences of a city, with ample dining Quarryview & Evergreen Parks ~ Sheboygan, WI choices, showers, real bathrooms, and plenty of parking, while Sunday, October 9th, 2011 allowing competitors to feel as though they are in the Wisconsin viewing, concessions, and how can Northwoods. you top the BEST name in socks?! The course is mostly single and double track. One moment you You do not want to miss this event! will be concentrating on a tight singletrack in the midst of pine Come on Saturday for the pre-ride woods and then suddenly you will enter a spectator vantage- from 12 noon to 7 pm. There is no point where friendly cheers will pump up your adrenaline and on-site camping, but motels in the push you forward. Sand, gravel, asphalt, mud, grass, pine area include: Comfort Inn (800needles, roots, and the famous “Sheboygan Slickrock”, this 228-5150), Baymont Inn (800course has a bit of everything. There is one steep downhill and 428-3438), AmericInn (800-634one very steep climb, the “Equalizer”. All riders will find a fun 3444), and Holiday Inn Express and challenging course awaiting them in Sheboygan. Spectators (800-465-4329). Cleaning the Equalizer. will enjoy the incredible viewing areas all around the course, so This race is the annual race of bring your camera and get a shot of your favorite racers. the FAT KATS organization, a WORBA Chapter The Wigwam Mountain Bike Challenge is once again expected based primarily out of Sheboygan. Check out to bring an2010WMIWorsAd.pdf exceptional field 1/13/10 to this, the closingAMvenue on the the FAT KATS at www.fatkats.org 11:02:03 WORS circuit. The Wigwam MTB Challenge has great race

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Awards: Additional dollars from Wigwam combine with WORS normal payout to make this the richest in all of WORS (prize list finalized two weeks before event). Hole shot primes for each wave start. “Equalizer” Hill Climb Cash for all categories. Cash to Elite overall, “WORS Cash” for Cat 1 classes. Medals 3-5 places deep for Junior, Citizen, Sport, & Comp, per WORS Guidelines see pages 9-14 or Guidelines at www.wors.org. Amenities: Free post-race meal. Raffle, & Schwag * for all racers. This must be present to win raffle, held at the end of the day, is noted for its valuable and plentiful schwag! Concessions * available for purchase throughout the day inside the Quarryview Lodge and under the tent in Evergreen Park. Other Info: Motels: Comfort Inn - Sheboygan 800228-5150, Baymont Inns - Sheboygan 800-428-3438, AmericInn - Sheboygan 800-634-3444, Holiday Inn Express - 800465-4329. Camping: No Onsite Camping!

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WORS OVERALL RAFFLE Each year, WORS series racers gather at the Awards Banquet to celebrate the culmination of another year. This event puts the exclamation mark on each season, as series participants gather for great conversation, tasty food, big awards, and plentiful prizes. There is also a slideshow or movie of WORS highlights. One of the most anticipated moments of the evening is the drawing of winners for the WORS Overall Raffle. All WORS overall finishers, whether present at the Banquet or not, are included in the raffle. Winning in the raffle has no connection to a racers placing in the overall.

WORS SALUTES THE 2010 WORS HEADS

2010 Over Raffle Prizes and Winners 1st Prize: Trek Top Fuel 9.8 Bicycle, $4,800.00; Extreme Photography Collage, $30.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $4,830.00). Won by Matt Luger, WORS #2111, Sport Male 45-49. 2nd Prize: CycleOps PowerTap SL+Joule 2.0,$1,700.00; Extreme Photography Collage, $30.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $1,730.00). Won by Mark Schindel, WORS #2817, Sport Clydesdale. 3rd Prize: Bontrager RXL 26” TLR Disc Wheelset & Bontrager XR2 Team Issue Tires, $1,020.00; Extreme Photography Collage, $30.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $1,050.00). Won by Ryan Roesler, WORS #4816, Citizen Clydesdale. 4th Prize: Bontrager RXL 29” TLR Disc Wheelset, $900.00; Extreme Photography Collage, $30.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $930.00). Won by Darren Haag, WORS #2006, Sport Male 35-39. 5th Prize: Fox Racing Shox 32 F RLC Fork, $800.00; Extreme Photography Collage, $30.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $830.00). Won by Joseph Maloney, WORS #1029, Comp Male 19-24. 6th Prize: Hayes Stroker Gram Disc Brakeset with Rotors, $500.00; Giro Sunglasses, $90.00; Answer Pro Taper Handlebars, $70.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $660.00). Won by Andy Schmidt, WORS #4026, Citizen Male 14 & under. 7th Prize: Park PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand, Home Mechanics Starter Kit, and Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair, $295.00; Park Torque Wrench Set, $250.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $545.00). Won by Justin Piontek, WORS #45, Elite Male 19-29. 8th Prize: Thule Bike Carrier, $350.00; Giro Sunglasses, $90.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $440.00). Won by Marilee Collier, WORS #5027, Citizen Female 14 & under. 9th Prize: Light & Motion Stella 150L bike light, $200.00; Bontrager XR-1 Team Issue 29x1.9 tires, $120.00; Answer Pro Taper Handlebars, $70.00. Retail value of Prize Package, $390.00). Won by Bob Phelps, WORS #1803, Comp Clydesdale. 10th Prize:Rotor Q-Ring Chain Rings for Sram 10 speed, $285.00; GU Gel, $54.00. (Retail value of Prize Package, $339.00). Won by Nick Wierzba, WORS #2060, Sport Male 19-24. 2010 Overall Raffle Prize List Total Value, $11,714.00

Finish the 2011 season with an overall score in WORS and you will be in the drawing for a similar bounty of fantastic products made available by WORS’ generous sponsors.

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These individuals have demonstrated their devotion to mountain bike racing and WORS by participating in all twelve 2010 WORS races. Cat 3 (Citizen) Female 5024 Jordan Pellett 5026 Rebecca Crocker Cat 3 (Citizen) Male 4005 Brandon Filsram 4040 Andrew Schirpke 4044 Kyle Berchem 4014 Cory Marty 4045 Ruben Valdez 4033 George Doty Cat 2 (Sport) Female 3033 Emily Shull 3029 Rachel Horstman 3037 Kelli Piotrowski 3017 Rolleen Kralovec Cat 2 (Sport) Male 2137 Adrian Icenogle 2012 Matt Paterson 2057 Travis Schirpke 2077 Patrick Scheibel 2130 Mike Darlington 2002 Brian Paterson 2050 Chad Hoppe 2038 Rennis Delgado 2141 Gabriel Ion 2020 Jack Shirpke 2113 Wade Filsram 2100 Steve Davidson 2208 Jim Baxa 2037 Scott Graff 2145 Kelly Skinkis 2084 Troy Sable 2085 Steve Kapaun 2024 James S Heinecke 2047 Frank Lobello Cat 2 (Sport) Clydesdale 2814 Gary Esko

Cat 2 (Comp) 1019 Spence Cone 1111 Tim Racette 1107 Eric Fossell 1099 Mike Ziegler 1044 Lance Wall 1025 Jeremy Lentz Cat 2 (Comp) Clydesdale 1813 Chris Fellows Open Junior 727 Cameron Schave Elite Women 504 Lisa Krayer 502 Lori Sable 516 Michelle Peariso Elite Men 4 Darrin Braun 5 Nathan Guerra 31 Chris Peariso 34 Ryan Krayer 14 John Lirette 45 Justin Piontek 99 J.W. Miller 20 Chad Hildebrandt 15 John Shull 48 Russ Kruegar 16 Mark Burkholz

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2010 WORS Elite Men’s Overall Champion Tristan Schouten -

Elite men’s second place - Darrin Braun - “I race for

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fun! And, I had fun at so many races in 2010 that it is hard to pick a favorite. I think one race that is overlooked is Bear Paw. The venue has proven itself 2 years running. As for my team, Adventure 212/Specialized is filled with people similar to myself. We motivate each other, communicate well, and always have a good

time! We are extremely well represented in all aspects of life. I am proud and honored to be a part of the team. Aside from the team, my wife Lynn has done more for me than I can list and I owe her the world. And for my racing plans in 2011? Stay tuned.” GO TO IMBA.COM AND JOIN THOSE PASSIONATE ENOUGH TO SUPPORT THE TRAILS THEY RIDE ON.

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Elite men’s third place Nathan Guerra - “I race for

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Elite men’s fourth place - Brian Matter - “I’ve been

racing for 17 or 18 years now and the best word to describe it is passion: I have a true passion for the sport of mountain biking. My favorite race from WORS 2010 was Treadfest. I had a horrible start and didn’t feel like racing...I hit the first singletrack and something clicked. My Trek Top Fuel was killing the trail...I started having fun and started racing fast. I was never able to catch the leaders, but I finished 3rd and knew the following weekend at Chequamegon was going to be a good one! Gear Grinder is back as my title sponsor along with support from Trek, Hyundai, Crank Bros, Bell, and Oakley. 2011 looks like more of the same. WORS racing to get fit for the 3 big races in the midwest and about as much cylocross racing as a person can handle!”

2010 top five elite men

“I am not sure I am one of those people that would just ride to ride, I really only have one reason and that is to compete. The Subaru Cup was definitely my favorite race of the 2010 season. The course design fit my abilities well: hard technical climbs and shorter descents. I raced for Mafia Racing out of Boulder, CO in 2010 because they offered great support, had the best equipment, and most importantly they just love racing. David at Mafia is a hard worker and loves the sport and is trying to help it grow. I also thank my wife Jamie for helping me along the way. Also, I am thankful that the Lord Jesus Christ has given me the abilities and health I have to enjoy life and to praise him through it. My plans for 2011 are coming together and it looks like another spring and summer of WORS and WCA road racing to build fitness. I’ll look to come into the cross season for a solid run at a top 5 USGP standings and a shot at the National CX title in Madison. It will probably mean more focused racing and preparation, but I’m hoping that doesn’t mean missing another chance at a WORS title in 2011 which would be great.”

because I love to race. Competition is something I really enjoy. My favorite races of 2010 were Treadfest and Alterra. I love to suffer on the climbs and push my technical limits in the single-track. I’m very grateful to my family and sponsors, who have made it possible for me to race. My wife Lindsay Guerra, my father David Guerra and Mr. Tree Racing, Matt Geib and all those over at Wheel and Sprocket, Trek, and all my family who have supported us through the years. In 2011, I plan on a few Pro XCT’s including Sea Otter and Subaru Cup, the WORS series, the Triple Crown events, and road or WEMS races. I’m also managing a new team with a focus on youth development, working with local schools in prep for a Wisconsin High School MTB league. Follow along at mrtreeracing.blogspot.com”

Elite men’s fifth place - Chris Peariso - “I enjoy being

a part of the 2010 WORS series as a racer and as a team sponsor. 2011 will mark my 14th season racing Mountain Bikes and because of that I plan to mix it up a bit, pack up the bike and travel the nation in search of some great riding. My first big stop of the season will be the Cohutta 100, where I plan to better my last year finish of 2nd place! Wish me luck! After that my main goal will be a top 3 overall in the NUE 100 series and then the XC Marathon National Championships. I will plan to attend as many WORS races as possible, and support my teammates. I give thanks to Michelle for letting me continue my hobby, to bossman(Adnan Kadir) for keeping me fast as I ripen, to all the people who cheer us on at the races, and to all my teammates for making each stop memorable with all the fun antics and random blurted out, inappropriate comments! Lisa!” YEAR TWENTY

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