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Sat May 9
Alp Bl’Huez Time Trials
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Rib Falls Time Trial
Sat May 23
Blue Mounds Classic
Sat May 30
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Frederic Lions Classic TT
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Brice Prairie Time Trials
Sat June 27
Badger State Games RR & TT
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Sat July 11
Dairy Days 38 Bicycle Race
Sun July 12
Stanley Individual & Team Time Trial Stanley
Sat July 18
Penokee Mountain Range Classic
Sat Aug 1
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Sat Aug 15
Real Wheelin’ Bicycle Race
Sat Aug 22
Kirke Vei Time Trial
Sun Aug 30
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Sat Sept 12
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TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF WISPORT RACING!
FROM THE DIRECTOR What is the Midwest Road Racers’ Handbook? For those who are not familiar with Wisport, this booklet is your guide to a summer’s worth of fun, self-imposed challenge, and friendly competition. If you live in or near Wisconsin, are a road cyclist, and would like to tune your racing legs, then have a look at the road racing events inside. The road races and time trials (RRs and TTs) are all open events and you do not need to hold a racing license to participate. If you are new to racing and uneasy about pack riding, Wisport can be a good place to start. You might want to start with a time trial, or, if you are trying your first mass start road race, you can start near the back of the bunch, and ride with smaller groups to hone your riding skills. If you are a road cyclist, but are not sure about racing, then have a look at our Great Ride Tour Series by going to www.wisport.org. The 2009 schedule includes most of last years races, and three new events. Because these events are produced by local organizations, the race schedule varies from year to year, but this years’ schedule includes 8 events that have been Wisport races for 10 years or more. These events are: Grand View Firehouse 50, Mellen Penoke Range Bike Classic, Frederic (RR and TT), Tilden Time Trial (now the Stanley TT), Greenwood Dairy Days RR, Mauston Real Wheelin Road Race, the Blue Mounds Classic, and Pedal for Proceeds in Whitewater. At least two of these races have been around longer than Wisport’s 21 years. In 2009, we inaugurate the Jim Menzel Racing Series.
Members of the JMRS (rules and application inside) will concentrate on the 11 JMRS events and compete for championship jerseys in four categories for men and women. The new Menzel competition will probably appeal to more elite riders within Wisport. Other changes for 2009, the Time Trial Series will be based on each member’s best 6 races instead of best 4. The former Tour de Wisport competition will be discontinued for 2009. Wisport will remain committed to novice and more average athletes, and this year we will add the Athena competition, and change the weight limit for Cruiser category from 200 Lbs to 220 Lbs. The people who conduct the races in the Series work very hard to provide a quality racing experience, and all race participants are expected to know and follow race rules and traffic laws and to practice good racing etiquette. Please respect the organizations that work so hard to conduct these quality events for you. As participants, we are all asked and expected to do everything possible to comply with all instructions from race officials. Wisport will support any event’s decision to apply time penalties, or disqualification for violation of rules. Rules will be stated during pre-race announcements. Thank you for your interest in and your support of the Wisport Cycling Series, and have a great 2009 season! Ken Thomson, 2009 Wisport Director
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And Now a Word (of Gratitude) from Our Sponsor(ship Director) It’s cycling season again. Time for the normally obsessed to take a significant chunk of their time (like, every other weekend, at least) and drive all over the state of Wisconsin in pursuit of bicycle races. The well-seasoned Wisporter knows the drill: show up to the race 90 minutes early, warm up, race like a mad-man, cool down, and eat, drink, and be merry afterwards while waiting for the door prizes. But wait…will there be door prizes this year? Yes, there will. Perhaps not as many as in the past, but there will be prizes for a few lucky people and, as usual, a boatload of Chamois Butt’r for all (take some…please…). And who can we thank for all this? Why, our respected sponsors, of course. So the question remains: Oh, who are the sponsors in your neighborhood? In case you missed it, let me point out the main sponsors on the handbook cover. These are our main partners. But they are not the only people we have to thank. Look at the half page and quarter page ads, and know that they, also, have helped to make the season more enjoyable. However, knowing is not always enough. We need to be sure they have our personal thanks. The best way to do this is to make our presence well-known. And how do we do that? By stopping in to the local shops, just letting them know we are from Wisport, and acknowledging what they have done for us. This is all the sponsors really expect. Would they like us to patronize their shops? Probably. However, they also know we are coming from all over a three to five state area, and that is
not always possible. Yet a word of thanks will go a long way to ensuring a continuing relationship with them. I admit: I am as guilty as the next person when it comes to not dropping by and popping my head in. I could blame this on the fact that I drive from Minnesota, and have a long trip home. Yet how many of us have taken the time to go out for lunch after a race, or stopped for a tall cold one at the local bar before heading home? There is no more extra effort in locating the nearest Wisport sponsor, and stopping in to say thank you. Driving to shops might consume a little extra time; it is also in the best interests of Wisport to make our presence well-known to the sponsors. A friendly face, like a picture, can say a thousand words. And we want our faces to express gratitude towards the people and business that do so much for the sport we are passionate about. My time as sponsorship director has taught me much about the inner workings of an organization like Wisport. How generous our sponsors are is hard to comprehend until a person actually puts their finger in the proverbial organizational pie. It is also rather humbling, especially given the economic times. So, as I am able to use the written word through this handbook, I hope every sponsor can “hear” me as I say, from the bottom of my heart: THANK YOU!!! Andrea Potyondy-Smith
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2009 WISPORT RACE SERIES APPLICATION This form is also available on the WiSport web site - www.wisport.org
Road Race Series
Time Trial Series
Individual (Including Recumbent):
Household (2 or More - Each Member):
Jim Menzel Racing Series:
$15.00 Additional For Each Person With Road Race Series Membership.
Jim Menzel Team Registration:
$25.00 total for 1 to 8 Teammates. Use Enrollment Form From Website.
Tandem Membership: $15.00 With 2 Individual Road Series Members, or $50 Tandem Series Only. Cruiser Category (Men Over 220 Lbs) or Athena Category (Women over 160 Lbs):
Check below all that apply
Up to three riders with the same address per form Date Of Birth MM/DD/YY
Rider #1 Last Name:
Age On 7/1/09
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Rider #2 Last Name:
Age On 7/1/09
Date Of Birth MM/DD/YY
Age On 7/1/09
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Tandem Partner’s Name:
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First Name: Rider #3
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Mailing Address City Phone Number
State E-mail Address Team Name
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Each rider must sign and date below. For riders under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must sign and date. IMPORTANT: Parent / Guardian - Please print your name and the name of the minor next to your signature.
By signing below, you agree to abide by the rules and decisions of WiSport and the race directors. You further understand that WiSport, its members, sponsors, officers and directors are not responsible for, nor have they made any representations about the safety of, and/or the safe conduct of any series events or activities, and you hereby relieve them or any liability therefore. Signature(s)
Rider #1 Rider #2 Rider #3 Make Check Payable To:
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RACE SERIES GUIDELINES Changes for 2009: •Jim Menzel Racing Series replaces Tour de Wisport competition. •Cruiser weight increased to 220 Lbs. •Athena class replaces Flyweight class. •Time Trial Series based on 6 races instead of 4. 1. Approved helmets must be worn in ALL events. 2. Race courses are open to traffic with the exception of certain start/finish areas. All riders must obey all traffic laws including the centerline rule. Riders who are reported for crossing the centerline are subject to disqualification or time penalty. This includes cross wind situations! 3. Teams may not take unfair advantage of the centerline rule by physically blocking the entire lane! This will result in disqualifications. Traditional blocking technique is permitted. Teams: If you will be heavily represented in a race, be sure to rotate through so you will not be accused of unsportsmanlike blocking. 4. No aero bars except in time trials. No unplugged bar ends. 5. Applicant’s age on July 1 determines racing age category for Wisport points. 6. You can join Wisport at any time, but you are strongly encouraged to sign up prior to the beginning of the season calendar, or at the Wisport Friendly Century or Less/Clinic in Willard. 7. You can greatly assist the prompt calculation of points by signing up by mail, rather than in person, at an event. Signing up for Wisport membership on race day may not be possible, and doing so may result in the delay of scoring. 8. Application forms are available in this Handbook, as well as from the website. Your mailed application should reach Wisport prior to the first event in which you intend to participate. AGE 13 & under 14-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80+
GENDER WOMEN MEN X XX A AA B BB C CC D DD E EE F FF G GG H HH I II J JJ K KK L LL M MM N NN
OTHER CATEGORIES Cruiser: Men 220 Lbs. or more Athena: Women 160 Lbs. or more Tandem Non-Faired Recumbent Faired Recumbent
CRU ATH TAN RNF RFF
11. Team Points Challenge: The top five individual age group scores from each team are totaled for each race. These totals are accumulated for Team Points Challenge awards at the end of the year. 13. Scoring system for the road race series and time trial series: Wisport’s cumulative point scoring system emphasizes participation. Points are given to everyone finishing, based on how they finished within their age category. The running total is maintained during the season for each member. Year end awards are given out for each age category, based on total points received for your 7 best race events (using a maximum of 3 time trials) in the regular series events, and the 6 best time trial events in the time trial series. Overall total series points awards (male and female) are based on total of all (age category) Road Race Series points in all events completed. In the case of ties in any Wisport points competition, a computer generated average percentile score will be used to determine placing. 15. Tandem scoring: For scoring purposes tandems are considered to be one entry. As a result, they receive one score in the Tandem Category. Two members who wish to register as age group (single bike) riders, but who also wish to compete in the Tandem Series at certain events, may do so by taking advantage of the substantial discount for adding the tandem membership. Riders who participate in an event on a tandem, but who are not enrolled in the Tandem Series, will receive no points. 16. Optional race distances. Members may elect to race a different length race course when this option is offered by a race organizer. Wisport will treat each distance as a separate event for all points and standings. In some cases, a race organizer may offer different distance options with restrictions based upon age, gender, or other distinctions. You must comply with any such restriction in order to receive Wisport points, except that you may elect to race a course which is longer than the one intended for your age/gender group. However, if you race in multiple group starts, you will receive Wisport points for only one of these races. If the race length options are not restricted by age or any other way, a rider may freely choose to race either distance. All the distance options will appear on the website Schedule page as separate events. The schedule page may change from time to time during the season with regard to these optional distances, and there may be distance options that do not appear in the printed Wisport Handbook. If a JMRS race has optional distances, the longest course option will be the JMRS race unless otherwise specified. 17. Awards and Benefits: • Friendly competition. • Camaraderie and FUN. • Wisport member race and time trial results and cumulative points for each event you enter. • 27 events to choose from for 2009. • Weekly event drawings with prizes from our generous sponsors! • Weekly drawings for a chance to win Season End prizes. • Weekly results and standings posted on website.
9. Categories for Road Race and Time Trial Series: 10. Membership Fees •Road Race Series: Individual, $25.00; Household (2 or more), $20.00 per person; Tandem, $25.00 ($15.00 with two individual memberships; Recumbents, same as Individual. •Time Trial Series: $25.00 or $10.00 with Road Series membership. (IMPORTANT: You may sign up for the Time Trial Series without being in the Road Race Series, but time trial points do not contribute to Team Series points.) •Cruiser / Athena Category: $10.00 with Road Series membership.
• Two Team points competitions. Cash prizes. • Awards for total series point leaders for male and female. • Awards for team points total at the end of the year. • Fastest time challenges based on total number of first place finishes (male and female). • Season awards in 2 weight classes. • Awards for 56 categories in the time trial and race series.
JIM MENZEL RACING SERIES Introducing the Jim Menzel Racing Series, a new way for members to compete within Wisport. The Jim Menzel Racing Series is for the faster racers in Wisport, who are looking to compete with athletes of the same level. The Jim Menzel Racing Series will replace the current Tour de Wisport program. Cost to compete in the 12 race series will be $15.00 in addition to a regular Wisport membership for time trials and road races combined. Riders who enter the Jim Menzel Racing Series will focus on 12 Series events. They will compete for the coveted Jersey awards, which are given each year at the Wisport World Championships in Waumandee Wisconsin. At Series events, competitors will be awarded points based on how they finish in each of the twelve races.
Jim Menzel Racing Series Rules Series members will have a preferred starting position at the front of the main field. All riders will start at the same time, unless there is a preferred starting format installed by a race director, then the race will abide by those rules. Time trial starting orders will not change and will continue to be determined by the event directors. Series events will also feature a short roll call ceremony to recognize the current leaders in the series and other Wisport VIP’s in all of the fields not just the Jim Menzel Racing Series. 1. At each of the Series stages, the cumulative points will be compiled and the current leader of each jersey will be determined and announced. Points are awarded to only Menzel Series riders in the men and women’s competitions. If a rider is not in the Series and finishes ahead of a Menzel Series racer their points will not be awarded to anyone. Points are awarded for men and women by the following scale until all racers have been awarded points. Points Formula: 100 for 1st, 99 for 2nd, 98 for 3rd, 97 for 4th, 96 for 5th, 95 for 6th, 94 for 7th, 93 for 8th, 92 for 9th, 91for 10th, 90 for 11th, 89 for 12th, 88 for 13th, 87 for 14th, 86 for 15th and so on until 1 point for 100th place. Individuals finishing after 100th place do not score points. 2. Both men's and women’s points will be based on their racing within their own gender groups unless a woman elects to join the men’s division. Men cannot join the women’s series. 3. The Jim Menzel Yellow Jersey for the men and the Sharon Menzel Yellow Jersey for the women, will be determined but the total points earned from the 4 Flat races, 4 Hilly races, and 4 time trials in the Jim Menzel Racing
Series. Ties will be separated by most overall wins in that season then by highest average placing. 4. The White Jersey for men and women is awarded to individuals under the age of 23. It will follow the same criteria as the Yellow Jerseys. Age determination will follow rule #3 of the Wisport rules which states: Applicant's age on July 1 determines racing age category for Wisport points. An individual can win both the Yellow and the White in the same year. 5. The Magenta Jersey for men and women will be awarded to individuals over the age of 49. To enter, the person must follow rule #3 of the Wisport rules which states: Applicant’s age on July 1 determines racing age category for Wisport points. An individual can win both the Yellow and the Magenta in the same year. The winners of the Magenta Jersey for male and female in 2009 will have the Jerseys named after them. This will only be for the 2009 Season and the jerseys will remain named after those two individuals. 6. The Dar Vollrath Green Jersey for the men and the Deb Vollrath Green Jersey for the Women will be determined by total points for the 4 flat road races in the Jim Menzel Racing Series. Ties will be separated by most overall wins in that season then by highest average placing. 7. The Butch Dushack Polka-Dot Jersey for the men and the Gwen Torkelson PolkaDot Jersey for the Women will be determined by total points for the 4 hilly races in the Jim Menzel Racing Series. Ties will be separated by most overall wins in that season then by highest average placing. 9. Wisport members can sign up at anytime for The Jim Menzel Racing Series competitions, however, no points in will be given retroactively. An Individual or team status cannot be changed once entered into the series for that season. 10. The Jim Menzel Racing Series is only open to single upright bicycles only. 11. Jim Menzel Series racers will not earn regular team points, age group points, Cruiser points or Flyweight points, at Jim Menzel Series Events. Racers may earn those points at nonMenzel racing Series events.
Jim Menzel Racing Series Team points •Each entered team will pay an additional $25.00 team entry fee. •Includes only the points of the team’s riders who are in the Jim Menzel Racing Series competition. •Team rosters shall consist of no less than 1 individual and no more than 8 individuals. Larger clubs may field more than one team. •When a roster is submitted for the team competition it will be for that year only. Points
will only be awarded for the team, which the individual registers for. •Team rosters can contain a designated white and magenta jersey rider who will score 2 points each at the start of any event they attend. Other team riders score 1 team point for attending. •The top 3 riders in each team in regard to their finishing place at that day’s race will have their individual points also count towards their team points. •The highest placed white or magenta rider who is one of the teams three highest placed will receive double points only for their team points not their individual points.
For more information about the Jim Menzel Racing Series, see www.wisport.org Milwaukee and SE Wisconsin Bike Map New for 2009!
The second edition is now on tear and water resistant paper . Detailed urban side covers Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine and Kenosha. Overview map covers SE Wisconsin from Illinois border to Port Washington and west to the south Kettle Moraine. Includes bicycle friendly roads, bike trails, mountain bike systems, green spaces and selected parking and bathroom facilties.
Madison and Dane County Bike Map Now on tear and water resistant paper with expanded coverage into Iowa County.
Twin Cities Bike Map The 9th edition of this very popular map is now on tear and water resistant paper.
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Road Racing on Open Roads Safety - Your Responsibility Varick L. Olson, PhD, PT, USACycling level 2 Coach
ALL road races are on open roads, open to all traffic, unless stated by the race director at the race start!!!! No exceptions!!! This means that all traffic laws are applicable. In Wisconsin, as in most states, the bicycle is a vehicle and each rider is responsible to obey the law. The basic reason vehicle laws work is that each vehicle operator is predictable. Each vehicle does not cross the center line. Each vehicle stops at stop signs. In the case of bicycles, only two riders abreast are allowed so motorized traffic is not delayed. Turns are signaled. It doesn’t sound like much of a road race would be possible. Yet we have the opportunity to race because local authorities and volunteers make it possible. They direct motorized traffic, provide road signs alerting drivers to “bike race in progress”, marshal corners, provide lead and follow vehicles and safe start and finish lines. We have a responsibility to race safely within this framework. To do otherwise is to risk our lives, the lives of our friends and the possible elimination of open road racing! Road racing safety is about tactics, tactics are about physical and mental skills. You must race “savvy” to stay upright and finish. If you don’t finish you can’t win. Plan your race around this concept. Find a place in the pack so you do not EVER need to
cross the center line. When you come to a right turn move as close to the center line as possible. Make your turn into YOUR lane. When you come to a left turn move as close as possible to the road edge. Make your turn into YOUR lane. Practice these skills. Practice accelerating out of turns so that you can “catch” onto a wheel quickly. Practice riding a straight line. In group rides learn how to be predictable, no quick moves. Train to be safe. If you don’t train it you can’t race it. Safety requires excellent bike handling skills. Place a water bottle on the road and practice picking it up. Learn to do this equally well from the right and from the left. Learn to make turns with minimal lean of your bike. Keep your bike perpendicular to the road and first lean your body not your bike when changing positions in the pack. The more your bike is perpendicular to the road the more control you will have. As you can see safety is YOUR responsibility. To be competitive you need to out think your opponent not just out pedal them. What are the primary goals in every race? Finish is number 1. To place is number 2.
Cross the center line and you are disqualified - or dead!!!
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Things Remembered: What to Bring to a Race By Andrea Potyondy-Smith
Despite my feminine gender, I am the proverbial Boy Scout: always prepared. I typically have most anything a person could need, in almost any situation, especially as it pertains to cycling. In fact, I usually have things in duplicate and triplicate. Many a time I have loaned out helmet, shoes, clothes, or energy gel for the person who “just forgot.” I have also loaned out things that a person did not even know they might need. This got me thinking: just what should a person bring to a race (or event)? If you are experienced, you pretty much already know what you need. However, if you are new to bike racing, here is a handy guide. 1) Bike: Duh. 2) Helmet: You can’t race without one, and it’s pretty stupid to bike bareheaded, as statistics concur. 3) Shoes: Make sure the pedals and cleats match, especially if you have multiple bikes with different cleat systems. 4) Clothes: Bring clothes for all seasons. Here in the Midwest, I have biked in 70 degree weather in April, and 40 degree weather in June. Be prepared for anything. 5) Biking Gloves (long and short fingered): I know a few people who do centuries without them. If you can, great. I prefer my “plush” ride—and warm fingers in cold weather. Thin stretchy gloves put over standard biking gloves are good for cool weather if you don’t want to shell out the money for “real” ones. 6) Cycling Goggles/Sunglasses: For sight in the sun, but also safety. Rock chips from a bike in front of you can “shoot your eye out, kid.” 7) Water Bottles: You need to hydrate in any weather. 8) Energy Food/Drink: If you need to eat when biking, or prefer a sports beverage to water, bring it. And always bring the same stuff that you train with. It’s great that some races give away eatables, but there is nothing worse than a belly-bomb from untried food. 9) Checkbook and Wallet: I like to have both cash and check available. You never know who will take what. And, there’s frequently that after-race charity food to be had. 10) Baby Wipes: These are a great way to get the grit off when showers are unavailable; if they dry out, just re-moisten with water before use. 11) Mini Body Wash & Small Towel: If the race does have showers but you did not know beforehand, you will be a happy camper. I know I prefer to drive home clean and stink-free. 12) Clean, Dry, Pedestrian Clothes: Dry is especially important after a cold-weather race. Clean is optional. 13) Pump: OK, so you can usually find a person with one. However, if you are ready to start racing &
doing long tours, you are ready to own one. 14) Spare Tubes & Tires: Some might say that a patch kit will do, or that this is excessive. Tell that to the people to whom I have given one of these. Personally, I have had heat-related “casualties” (pop!) before races, and was glad I had them on hand. Patch kits are ok for the event, but spares are better for beforehand. 15) Cyclo-Computer: It’s nice to know how far, how fast. Or, for some, it’s nice to know how much (pain) is left. 16) Toilet Paper: No, I am not kidding. Ever been in a porta-potty that has run out?
Optional Items for the Ready-to-Enter “High Society” Racer •Trainer (or Rollers): I basically use one only before cyclo-cross racing, or if the weather is going to be cold before the race starts. It just seems to warm me up better (literally). •Bike Maintenance Kit: When you get to a certain level of riding, taking care of your own gear becomes more appealing, if for no other reason than the cost of maintaining multiple bikes. I keep cone wrenches, chain whip, crescent wrench, and many hex wrenches, to name a few tools. Your local bike store can help you determine what would best serve your personal needs. The duct tape of the cycling world, electrical tape is essential. •Bike Maintenance Stand: It’s hard to work on your bike if you have nothing to get it off the ground. •Bike Stand: Not to be confused with the Maintenance Stand, this just keeps you from having to lean your bike against a tree or vehicle, or lay it on the ground when it is not in use. •Spare Wheels: Some people have “racing wheels” (carbon, aerodynamic, etc.), and bring these with to put on right before the race. Others just have a spare pair of “basic” wheels, in case of catastrophic failure—bring what you want/need. If you bring these, I recommend wheel bags of some sort. •Spare Bike: Seriously…I bring one…seriously… (but then, I drive a mini-van). •Support Vehicle and Driver: OK…who are you? Lance Armstrong?! However, there are a number of people with very supportive friends and family; it’s a great way to get them to experience the sport you love. Who knows? They may just someday want to try a race after helping out. To a few readers, this may seem like overkill. Who really needs all that, anyway? But, as my father is wont to say: I’d rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.
Handy (Handbook) Racing Tips A Collection of Members’ Suggestions for Racing Compiled by Nate Phelps Edited by Andrea Potyondy-Smith
Whether you are new to bicycle racing, or it is “old hat” (bike?), one can always learn a little more about cycling. Here are a few tips from fellow racers to help you on the road.
James Blodgett • Don't try to hold it before the race. • Give yourself time to get lost on the way to the race. • WiSport is for fun: stick around after the race.
Mark Brone • Practice racing before you enter a race. Learn some basic things to keep yourself as well as others safe. • Learn your strengths, weakness and tendencies in training so you can apply them to a race. • Go off the front at least once in your lifetime even it leads to going off the back.
Steve Johnson • Sign up for the race early. It will motivate you to train and create some excitement as the day draws closer. • Try and find a local cycling club, group or quality bike shop. These people are usually more than willing to discuss different races, techniques and can start you with some group rides. • Participate in group rides, they will teach you a lot about riding in groups. It will also allow you to meet quality cyclist who have raced before and can instruct you in the basics of racing. This will include courtesy, passing, drafting, etc.
Daniel Casper • Understand that really learning to race bikes is like going to college...it will take four years, at least, of hard work to graduate...and you still won't be quite ready for the real world. • Learn to read a race and your fellow racers...practice looking through the group, developing an awareness of what's going on throughout the peleton...learn to use your ears--gear shifts, breathing, changes in cadence, etc. are all potential clues. • preview a course whenever possible and make sure to know where the wind's coming from the day of the race.
David Moxness • Do not be intimidated by others’ equipment...and do not be quick to buy expensive gear. Learn on what you have. • Look to make small improvements over the season and be patient with your progress. • Pay attention to experienced riders, ask questions, watch other races.
Helmy Tennis • Try different venues (Mountain biking, crits, time trials, road races, long tours). • Talk to people of the same gender for training and racing tips. • Stay Hydrated (blame all afflictions on hydration) • Enjoy the experience and the wonderful people.
WiSport Friendly Century or Less & Cycling Clinic - April 18
WISPORT FRIENDLY CENTURY OR LESS AND CYCLING CLINIC WILLARD, WISCONSIN APRIL 18, 2009 $15.00 Registration Fee 50 regular Wisport series age category points to all participants For information contact Kevin Syth 715.267.6580 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Volunteer clinicians are needed. Registration waived Schedule: • 9:00 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast in Willard Athletic Hall. • 10:30 a.m. Start of Friendly Metric Century and Cycling Clinic Presentations. • 11:30 a.m. Start of 60K ride with on road cycling clinic applications. • 12:30-1:00 p.m. 100K and 60K riders should arrive in Thorp for food/liquid stop. • 1:00 p.m. Start from Thorp by those who want to "race" back to Willard (about 19 miles). • 3:00 p.m. Post race lunch. Award presented to first "racer" back to Willard. Cycling Clinic: • Clinic topics may include instruction on: pack riding, courtesy, drafting techniques, pace line, cornering, hill climbing, sprinting, shifting, recovery, aerodynamics, time trial techniques, nutrition, hydration, training, bicycle equipment/maintenance, and others. • Experienced racers will give short presentations in the Willard Athletic Hall from 10:30-11:30 a.m. • Experienced racers will be assigned to small groups made up of those participants who signed up for clinic participation. • The small groups will experiment on the road with clinic topics during their 60K ride. • The 60K ride is predominantly flat with some rolling hills. • Yellow line rule is in affect at all times. • Stop signs must be observed. • 60K riders will arrive in Thorp (a food/liquid stop) about the same time as the 100K riders. • Last 19 miles of the 60K and 100K course can be a race format with no restriction on speed. • All participants should be back to Willard by 3:00 p.m. Friendly Metric Century: • The metric century is predominately flat with some rolling hills. • Historically, the pace of the 100K route runs 20 to 22 mph to the rest stop at Thorp. • There will be a mandatory food/liquid stop after 25 miles (40K). • Last 19 miles of the 100K and 60K course can be a race format with no restriction on speed. • First male & female racer to Willard from the 1:00 p.m. Thorp start will receive an award. • Yellow line rule in affect at all times. • Stop signs must be observed except for the last one (intersection of GG & G) before Willard's finish line. • Sags will be available. • Finish time for the "race" is about 2:00 p.m. at the Willard Athletic Hall. • All participants should be back to Willard by 3:00 p.m. Mail with $15 registration fee payable to Lead Butt Racing to: Kevin Syth, W6381 Mann Road, Greenwood, WI 54437
I will participate in the Wisport Metric Century and Cycling Clinic and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event against any and all event officials involved with the event, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Clark County Wisconsin, the township of Hendren, and the village of Willard, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
Parent Signature if under 18
April 25 - Pedal For Proceeds
Pedal For Proceeds Saturday April 25th, 2009 10:00 a.m. Sponsored By: Pi Sigma Epsilon & WISport to benefit RELAY FOR LIFE Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national, professional, co-educational business fraternity focusing on marketing, sales management and selling. The Beta Gamma chapter at UW-Whitewater is dedicated to helping RELAY FOR LIFE SUPPORTING PEOPLE AFFECTED BY CANCER. Half of the proceeds raised will go towards the funding of Pi Sigma Epsilon events, while the other half will go towards the American Cancer Society.
Pedal For Proceeds: Relay For Life Course Description:
The 25 mile race will travel from the UW-Whitewater campus and work its way through the surrounding area. The start/finish line is near the intersection of Prairie Street and Schwager Drive. This flat course is challenging, but is a great opportunity for beginners. This is a WISport series event and is an open event.
*All cyclists must wear a Snell or ANSI approved helmet. No aero bars allowed* Registration:
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Complete the entry form with checks payable to: Pi Sigma Epsilon. Entry fees received by April 8th will be $25 for cyclists and $30 for tandem cyclists. After that, prices will be $30 for cyclists and $35 for tandem cyclists. Registration will be from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The race will begin at 10:00 a.m. All cyclists are required to check in during the registration to receive their number.
*All riders registered before April 8th will receive an event T-Shirt* Age Categories:
Men and Women 13 years old or younger: 14-19: 20-24: 25-29: 30-34: 35-39: 40-44: 45-49: 50-54: 55-59: 60-64: 65-69: 70 and older.
*Cyclists under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian’s consent* Awards:
Men’s and Women’s overall winners and the top three in each age category will receive awards. Additional awards will be given to the top three Tandem finishers. There will also be raffle prizes!
If you would like to make donations, please make a separate check payable to: RELAY FOR LIFE. Keep in mind that these donations are tax deductible.
Detach and Mail to: Pedal For Proceeds, c/o Krystal Winch, 1210 W Carriage Dr., Whitewater, WI 53190 (Please Print) First & Last Name: Address: Email:
Age & Gender: City, State, Zip: Adult Shirt Size:
*WAIVER: I understand that UW-Whitewater and PSE are not responsible for any injuries that may occur before, during or after the specified time of the bike race. I also understand that PSE has the right to prevent me from participating in the bike race without my signature on the entry form. I understand that I cannot, at any time, demand a refund from PSE after submitting the entry fee for the bike race.
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Dar’s Midwest Time Trial Championships - May 2
DAR’S MIDWEST TIME TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FESTIVAL OF THE WHEEL WILLARD, WISCONSIN MAY 2, 2009 THIS IS AN OPEN AND WISPORT POINTS EVENT. $1.00 per entry goes directly to the CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK, and a donation is made to the DAR VOLLRATH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. Directions: Willard is 8 miles west of Greenwood on County Hwy G. Registration: $20.00 individual, $15.00 family (3 or more) 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the Willard Athletic Club. 12:00 noon start, beginning with road bikes, mountain bikes, tandems, recumbents, wheel chairs, roller blades, and anything on human powered wheels. Helmets required for all racers. Course: 1---16 mile loop (road bikes, mountain bikes, tandems, and recumbents) 1---7 mile out and back (wheel chair, roller blades, and others) Roads are lightly traveled blacktop, five corner loop for 16 miles, corners swept, monitored and the course will be sagged. Accommodations: Rough camping for trailer and motor home on site. Three other camping facilities are within 6 miles of the race site. Motels within 40 minutes are located in Neillsville, Loyal, Marshfield, Thorp, and Stanley. Perks: Shorts for first 75 to register. All participants who do this event and the Greenwood Road Race will be entered in a raffle for $100.00. Must be present to win. Awards: Awarded to fastest time male and female in the 16 mile time trial event. Middle of the pack award. Must be present to win. Medals: 1st—3rd place medals for each category (road bike, mountain bike, tandems, recumbent, wheel chairs, roller blades, and others). Roa bikes/mt. bikes will be a combined category with 1st—3rd place medals given in the usual Wisport male and female age categories.
DAR’S MIDWEST TIME TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FESTIVAL OF THE WHEEL 2009 REGISTRATION FORM Make check payable to Festival of the Wheel Send to Scott Brown 404 N. Reese Avenue Greenwood WI 54437 Phone 715.267.6580 email email@example.com
Birth Date $20 per racer
$15 Family (3 or more) Short size: S
Gender Mt Bike Wheel Chair
Wisport Yes/No Recumbent Faired or unfaired
Tandem Name of partner
Roller blade Other
I will participate in this event and thereby waive, release, and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during, or after the above named event against any and all race officials involved with this event, including all persons or organizations any way involved with the event. I also hold harmless Clark County, Wisconsin, the township of Hendren, and the village of Willard, including all their departments and officers. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in Dar’s Midwest Time Trial Championships
Parent if under 18
May 9 - L’Alp Bl’Huez Bluemounds Time Trials
L’Alpe Bl’Huez Bluemounds Time Trials Saturday, May 9, 2009 Blue Mounds, Wisconsin Directions:
May 9, 2009 Registration: 8:00AM-9:30AM Start Time: 10:00AM
Blue Mound State Park is located in the town of Blue Mounds, 18 miles West of Madison, WI along US 18/151. Maps and local accommodations can be found online at www.alpeblhuez.com
Pre-registration: $25 Day of Event: $30 Make checks payable to: Viking Biking Club
Chip Timing: Chip Timing by Accu-Split Course Description: This challenging 10 mile TT starts in the Village of Blue Mounds on the shoulder of County ID at the intersection of South and Main Streets. The first leg will give you a rolling warm up on County ID heading to the west. Just after entering Barneveld, take a right onto County K for a thrilling downhill into shadows of The Mound. Just short of the seven mile point, you will make a right onto Mounds Park Road. At the top of Mounds Park Road there’s one more right turn onto State Park road leading to the top of The Mound. Keep powering up this hill until you are (finally) at the top. The finish line is marked by the sidewalk leading to the bathrooms.
Send registration to: VBC 604 E. Main St. Mount Horeb, WI 53572 Register online at: www.zapevent.com Contact: Shelby Retzlaff 608/575-9098 or bluemoundsTT@gmail.com
Registration and Start Times: Registration is $25 before April 30 and $30 thereafter. Day-of registration and check-in will be from 8:00 AM9:30AM at the top of Blue Mound State Park near the finish area. Pre-registration is encouraged. Start times will be assigned sequentially on a first come, first served basis. The first racer will be released at 10:00AM. Racers will be released onto the course on 30 second intervals. Please report to the starting area with your bib number and timing chip at least 5 minutes prior to your scheduled starting time. Start times for pre-registrants will be published on www.alpeblhuez.com, and the starting schedule will be maintained. If you miss your starting slot, you will be assigned a new slot at the end of the line. Awards: Results will be tallied for Male and Female racers in each Wisport are category. Awards will be presented to the winner and runner-up in each category.
2009 Alp Bl’Huez Blue Mounds Time Trial Registration Form Name (PLEASE PRINT or affix address label here)
Date of Birth
Waiver: I will participate in the Alp Bl’Huez Bluemounds Time Trial, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Alp B;’Huez Bluemounds Time Trial, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Dane and Iowa Counties, Wisconsin, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity. Signature
Parent/Guardian Signature (if under 18)
You cancelled check verifies entry. Sorry, no refunds.
Rib Falls Time Trial - May 16
Saturday th May 16 Registration 9:00 10:30 Start Time 11:00 Take the Challenge! Experience 1500 feet of climbing elevation over 25 miles of rolling hills in the scenic Rib River valley. Directions From Wausau take Hwy 29 west 13 miles to Hwy S. Turn north (right) on Hwy S, 3 miles to Rib Falls. Registration is over the bridge and straight ahead. Look for the Town Hall on your right. Entry Fees Pre-registration $20, $25 day of the time trial. Entry fee includes refreshments and door prizes. Make checks payable and mail to: th Paul Gabriel, 2305 9 Ave, Athens, WI 54411 For more information call Paul Gabriel at (715) 257-9335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I will participate in the Rib Falls 25 mile Time Trial, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Rib Falls 25 mile Time Trial, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Marathon County, Wisconsin, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
Your cancelled check verifies entry. No refunds. Registration packet pick-up on race day.
Signature of Participant
If under 18, Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian
Please pick one: WiSport Member
or Licensed Racer
May 23 - Blue Mounds Classic
Blue Mounds Classic Special Discount! Register for the Panther Dash RR by May 23rd and get $5 off your BMC registration fee!
Citizen Bicycle Race
Saturday, May 23, 2009 Men Start: 10:00am
Women Start: 10:05am
Presented by the
Mad City Velo Club
No Aero Bars Allowed
Course: The course includes 2 laps of a beautiful 9-mile loop in western Dane County. The course is hilly allowing some spectacular views of the unglaciated region of Wisconsin. The total distance is approximately 24 miles. Chip timing will be used. Start/Finish: The race starts and finishes at Brigham County Park located 18-miles west of Madison in the town of Blue Mounds, WI. To get to the Park: From Highway 18/151 - North on Cave of the Mounds Road, east on Cty. Hwy. F, follow Cty. Hwy. F to the Park. Camping is available at the Park, for info call the Dane County Parks Department at (608) 246-3896. Kids Race: A ½ mile kid’s race will be held at 12:30PM. Big Wheel and 2-Wheel categories. FREE!! Entry Fees: $25 until April 18th, $30 thereafter. Tandems $35.00 per bike. Everyone receives lots of goodies and a chance for door prizes. Family Discount: Entry fee for third (fourth, etc.) family member is only $15 each.
Men’s and Women’s Age Divisions: <19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-70, 75+
Awards: Age division awards for Men and Women. Primes will be offered along the course. 2007 Blue Mounds Classic Registration Form (please type or print neatly) M F Last Name
Age (on July 1, 2009)
I will participate in the Blue Mounds Classic, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Blue Mounds Classic, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Dane County, Wisconsin, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
Your cancelled check verifies entry. No refunds. Registration packet pick-up on race day only.
Signature of Participant
If Under 18, Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian
Wisport Member? YES___ NO___ Women’s Start? YES___ NO___ Make checks payable to: Mad City Velo Club Mail entries to: Bob Brunette, 725 Spruce St. Verona, WI 53593 For more information, call Bob Brunette, Race Director at 608-848-8071 or e-mail email@example.com.
Rock Falls Team Time Trial Clinic - May 30
Rock Falls Team Time Trial Clinic Presented by
The Chippewa Valley Cycling Club and The Overdrive Cycling Club Location: Rock Falls, WI
Date: Saturday, May 30th, 2009 Time: 10am to ? Cost: $10/person or $30/ 4 person team Amenities:
A decked out town hall with normal snack fare, sports drinks and possibly some door prizes. (We are hoping to break even)
Agenda: Regional time trial experts with extensive and varied team time trial experience will discuss strategies, tactics, and other topics of concern for all levels of TTTâ€™s. Teams will then have a chance to practice on immaculate, lightly traveled roads, before engaging in a fun, informal, intensely contested TTT. For More Information contact: Jim Blodgett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-878-9830 Robert Schwartz at bob @cvccbike.com or 715-839-8111 RockFallsTTT.blogspot.com
June 13 - Frederic Lions Classic Time Trial
Frederic Lions Classic We Serve
26.4 Mile Time Trial www.fredericlionsclassic.com
June 13, 2009 --26.4 mile time trial (This is a WiSport qualifier, but you don’t have to be Wisport member to race) --New course with new blacktop! --Camping the night before and showers after race available --Start–Frederic, WI High School parking lot at 10:00am. Registration opens at 8:00am --Website has details or contact Roxanne at 715-327-4892 or email@example.com First Name
City, State & Zip
Age (as if July 1st, 2009)
Time trial Category: Single $25.00 Tandem $40.00 Are you a WiSport Bike Series member?
(This is a WiSport qualifier, but you don’t have to be a Wisport member to be in it)
Make Checks Payable to: Return to:
Frederic Lions Club (or FLC) Frederic Lions Classic , P.O. Box 411, Frederic, WI 54837
By entering and racing in the Frederic Lions Classic I hereby waive and dismiss all claims for damage and personal injury I may incur before, during, or after the event. I hereby release the Frederic Lions Club, the Village of Frederic, their members and representatives, all sponsors, medica personnel, race officials, volunteers, and village residents from any liability.
Committee Use Only: 26.4 Mile Time Trial
Parent or Guardian (must attend event) Single or Tandem
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June 21 - Panther Dash
Panther Dash Race or Ride Can you survive the attack! Wisport Membership not required to Participate Sunday June 21st, 2009 Start Times: Men 9:00am Women 9:05am Joy Riders 9:10am to 10:00am The race will start and finish under the water tower in Montfort Wisconsin. The largest structure in town!
Course: Single Lap, Chip Timed - Approximately 45 Mile Loop in Iowa and Grant County. The course is hilly with the ability to see spectacular views and the Montfort wind farm from all sides of the route. For detailed information about the route and climbs go to http://veloroutes.org/bikemaps/?route=23839 for the first half of the race and http://veloroutes.org/bikemaps/?route=23841 for the second half of the race. For being it’s first year, this race has been well received by the community, townships, volunteers, and county; honor their support by showing your support. Enter today. Pre Registration - Please visit www.panthercycling.com to fill out the online form by May 28th
Registration the night before - and pick up race packets early: - Starts at 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm under the Water Tower Registration Day of: - Starts at 7:00 am until 8:30 am under the Water Tower Racer Individual = Rider Individual = $35.00
Family = Tandem = Kids Races =
$65.00 $50.00 $5.00
Family = Tandem =
S P O R T
$25.00 $40.00 $35.00
After May 28th prices go up $5.00! Racers - Pre Register for the Blue Mounds Classic and Save an additional $5.00! (refunded at the Panther Dash) Note: Family price is for up to four members (add $15.00 for more)
Presentation at the Village Park
Drawstring Backpack - with gifts, samples. Door Prizes.
Medals - Age Division Awards for Men and Women (Three Deep), Trophy - Overall Winner - Male and Female, Trophy - Hill Climb Prime (Male and Female) at Mile Five, and Trophy - “Fastest Climber” Prime (Male and Female) at Mile 44.
Other Things to do: Enjoy the Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast and a Library Steak Sandwich Lunch Stand. Swim after Bring the Kids and Family: Kids bicycle race......so kids bring your helmets. After the Races enjoy the the race and listen to the Live Local Band (TKO) Montfort Public Pool for Free. at the Village Park! Mail in or Day of Registration Form (One per applicant): M/F First Name:
Last Name: (PRINT)
Age: (as of July 1st, 2009)
Men’s and Women’s Age Divisions: (Circle One)
X A B C D E F
>13, 14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44,
G H I J K L M
45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+
XX >13, AA 14-19, BB 20-24, CC 25-29, DD 30-34, EE 35-39, FF 40-44,
GG 45-49, HH 50-54, II 55-59, JJ 60-64, KK 65-69, LL 70-74, MM 75+
Category (If applicable)
N O P Q R
Y/N Wisport Member?
> 3 (all) 4 - 5 (all) 6 - 7 (all) 8-9 QQ 8 - 9 (girls) 10-12 RR 10-12 (girls)
I will participate in the Panther Dash, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Panther Dash, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Iowa County and Grant County, Wisconsin, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
YOUR CANCELLED CHECK VERIFIES ENTRY. NO REFUNDS. REGISTRATION PACKET PICK-UP ON RACE DAY ONLY Mail To:
Atten: Chad Coyier Panther Cycling Club 201 S. Madison St. Montfort, WI 53569
Participant/Gardian Signature (if under 18 day of race):
Brice Prairie Time Trials - June 27
BRICE PRAIRIE TIME TRIALS 2009 (Part of the WiSport Series!)
--40K Time Trial-(Individual, 2 and 4 person team formats) We will have a maximum rider capacity this year of 250. Register early to save your spot.
Saturday June 27, 2009 Onalaska, Wisconsin. “Come and race with us you won’t be disappointed. The BPTT is quickly becoming one of the premiere time trial’s in the Midwest. Plenty of great prizes, good food and wonderful people!” Where: Swarthout Park on Brice Prairie. When: Saturday June 27, 2009. (First rider off at 9:10 a.m. sharp!) What: 40 kilometer time-trial. Who: 1, 2 and 4 person categories. (WiSport scoring for all 40K, individual, 2 & 4 person participants!) Why: Fun and to benefit Brice Prairie Conservation and Scholarship fund. Did we mention the fun??? You may register online at: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=1676215 All rules, regulations, directions, and any additional information can be viewed at www.briceprairebikerace.org Any and all questions can be emailed to: BPtimetrial@aol.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Brice Prairie Time Trial Registration Form Each participant must complete and sign an entry form Name (Please Print Legibly)
Zip Code DOB:
E-mail Address /
My T-Shirt size: S
Event you will be competing in: 40 K individual 4 Person TT 40 K
4 Person TT Mixed 40K
WiSport member? Yes M
2 Person TT 40 K HPV 40K
2 Person TT Mixed 40K Tandem 40 K
Please list names of your team members below: 1. 2. 3. 4. I WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE BRICE PRAIRIE TIME TRIAL EVENT AND HEREBY WAIVE, RELEASE AND DISMISS ALL CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES AND PERSONAL INJURY OF WHICH I MAY INCUR BEFORE, DURING OR AFTER THE ABOVE NAMED EVENT, AGAINST ANY AND ALL RACE OFFICIALS, INVOLVED WITH THE BRICE PRAIRIE TIMETRIAL RACE, INCLUDING ALL PERSON AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED WITH THE RACES. I knowingly sign this waiver form with the understanding that bicycle riding/racing is a hazardous sport which can result in severe injury and/or death. I also agree to wear a certified helmet which meets the minimum safety standards set forth by the governing bodies and powers that be.
Signature Parent signature if rider is under 18 Send completed registration and $30.00 entry fee per person made out to Brice Prairie Time Trials, W7561 County Highway ZB, Onalaska, Wisconsin, 54650. Completed entry must be received on or before June 1, 2009. (All entries received after the deadline or day of race will be subject to a $5 late fee). 23
Event #11 & 12 Badger State Games - June 27
Event #13 July 5 - Omro Cycling Classic
Greenwood Dairy Days 38 Bicycle Race - July 11
24TH ANNUAL GREENWOOD DAIRY DAYS 38 BICYCLE RACE JULY 11, 2009 Greenwood, Wisconsin is located in the center of Clark County on State Hwy 73, 15 miles north of Neillsville (Hwy 10) and 12 miles south of Hwy 29. Registration: Note the change in location. Saturday, July 11, 2009. 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. at the Greenwood County Park, one mile north and one half mile west of Greenwood. Race begins at 10:00 a.m. rain or shine. Course: The race will follow the usual 38 mile course, The race will stage south of the park on Steven Street. There will be a rolling/paced start west on G to the usual start, west of the Black River bridge, where the pace vehicle will pull away and the racing begins. Awards: Special awards for top overall male & female finishers. Medals awarded to top 3 finishers in each of the Wisport age groups. Middle of the pack award. (Must be present to win.) Perks: Long sleeved T-shirts given to first 125 to register. Continental breakfast beginning at 7:30. Refreshments (fruit, soda, sport drinks) available after the race. Riders who did the Willard Time Trial and this race will be entered in a $100.00 raffle. Courtesy of LBR. Must be present to win. Cost: $25.00 Individual
Family (minimum of 3) $15.00 each racer
Youth 14 & under $15.00
Dairy Days 38 Bike Race Registration Form Make checks payable to Greenwood Dairy Days Bike Race Send to: Kevin Syth W6381 Mann Road Greenwood WI 54437 Phone 715.267.6580 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Circle one: Wisport member Circle one: Racing Class
Shirt size Adult
I will participate in this event and thereby waive, release, and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during, or after the above named event against any and all race officials involved with this event, including all persons or organizations any way involved with the event. I also hold harmless Clark County, Wisconsin, and the city of Greenwood including all their departments and officers. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the Dairy Days 38 Bicycle Race.
Parent if under 18
July 12 - Stanley Individual & Team Time Trials
The Stanley Individual & Team Time Trial th
Sunday, July 12 Registration: Stanley Bar & Bowl, Stanley, WI. Registration opens 10:00. 1st rider off at 12:00. Individual TT distance: 16.4 miles. Team TT distance: 50 miles. PRIZES: Medals to top 3 in each class + Door prizes.
New Lower Entry Fees Pre-Registration 15$/rider Day of Race $20/rider Mail Online Stanley TT To register online go to the race page Please save some at www.cvccbike.com and click on the 401 Lincoln Ave money and Eau Claire, WI 54701 registration link. pre-register. Make checks to: CVCC Online registration closes Thursday, th Mail registration closes Fri, July 3rd July 9 All entries, pre-registered or day of race in the 13 & Under category are $10 For more information: Phone: Spring Street Sports (715) 723-6616 E-mail: email@example.com Web: www.cvccbike.com Check the web for complete information, maps, course profiles, and the latest news. Celebrating 15 years of Wisport Time Trialing 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
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Melinda Silbernick Nancy Anderson Amy Plant Karen Wellner Katherine Strong Bonny Donzella Stephanie Hannos Ann Lembezeder Ann Lembezeder Judy Long Becky Lauelle Rita Glumm Joan Carlson Joan Carlson Could Be You
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Chippewa County Tourism: 866-723-0331 http://www.chippewacounty.com
Sept. 25 - Oct. 5, 2009
July 18 - Penokee Mountain Range Bike Classic
Penokee Mountain Range Bike Classic Sponsored by the Mellen Area Chamber of Commerce Saturday, July 18, 2009 REGISTRATION:
7:30-9:30 a.m. at the Community Center on Fayette Street in Mellen
RACE ENTRY FEE: Early registration through July 12th: $30.00 After July 12th: $40.00 AGE DIVISIONS:
9 Women's Divisions - 9 Men's Divisions - Tandem
Trophies/medals for male & female winners. An award ceremony will be held at the Community Center following the race. No awards will be mailed.
PrimeTime Event & Race Management, LLC
T- Shirts will be given out to all preregistered racers. RACE ROUTE COURSE DESCRIPTION: Approx. 47 scenic miles of paved roads through the Penokee Range, traversing rolling hills and flat terrain. Additional services are pace car, sag wagon and water stations. Race will start and finish in city limits. Race starting time 9:30 a.m. Route follows Hwy 13 (13 miles) south to Hwy 77 West go 14 miles to Clam Lake turn right on Cty MM/GG then turn right again on GG going towards Mellen approx. 20 miles to finish back in City of Mellen.
Mellen Area Chamber of Commerce PO Box 193 Mellen, WI 54546
REGISTRATION FORM NAME
WISPORT MEMBER: Yes
RACE# TANDEM RIDER
WAIVER: I will participate in the Penokee Range Bike Classic, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury which 1 may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Mellen Area Chamber of Commerce and the Penokee Range Bike Classic, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the event. I also hold harmless any municipalities associated with the race. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event.
Signature of Participant (Parent's Signature if under 18)
Event #17, 18 & 19
Grand View Firehouse 50 RR & TT / Fantasy 50 - Aug 1
30th ANNUAL GRAND VIEW FIREHOUSE 50 AND GRAND VIEW FIREHOUSE RUNS FIREHOUSE 50 AND FANTASY 50 8/1/09 FIREHOUSE RUN 8/2/09 LAST NAME
AGE (AS OF RACE DATE)
TEAM TIME TRIAL MEMBERS
COMBO (Please indicate FH50 or TT)
2 MILE RUN TEAM 4 TT
(Please indicate if you are riding HPV or tandem)*
I AM ELIGIBLE FOR A PREFERRED START I HAVE PARTICIPATED IN A PREVIOUS FIREHOUSE 50 or TT *award categories are only available in the time trial events
I WILL PARTICIPATE IN ONE OR MORE FIREHOUSE EVENTS AND HEREBY WAIVE, RELEASE AND DISMISS ALL CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES AND PERSONAL INJURY OF WHICH I MAY INCUR BEFORE, DURING OR AFTER THE ABOVE NAMED EVENT, AGAINST ANY AND ALL RACE OFFICIALS, INVOLVED WITH THE GRAND VIEW FIREHOUSE 50, FIREHOUSE RUNS AND ANY OTHER FIREHOUSE EVENTS, INCLUDING ALL PERSON AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED WITH THE RACES.
HELMETS REQUIRED NO TRANSFERS NO REFUNDS ALL FIREHOUSE BIKERS MUST BE 14 YEARS OF AGE
SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT
SIGNATURE OF PARENT\GUARDIAN IF UNDER 18
ENTRY FEES TIME TRIAL FIREHOUSE 50 FANTASY 50 15K RUN 2-MILE RUN BEST OF BOTH (COMBO)
UNTIL 6/1/09 $35 $35 $35 $15 $12 $50
UNTIL 7/15/09 $40* $40 $40 $17 $12 $57
UNTIL RACE START $45** $45 $45 $19 $12 $64
*CUTOFF FOR TEAM TIME TRIAL REGISTRATION IS 7/17/09 OR UNTIL FILLED **INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL REGISTRATION ENDS FRIDAY 7/24/09 OR UNTIL FILLED SEND THIS FORM WITH YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER IN A STAMPED ENVELOPE TO : GRAND VIEW FIREHOUSE EVENTS, PO BOX 52, GRAND VIEW, WI 54839. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOUR REGISTRATION CONFIRMED, PLEASE INCLUDE A SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE PORPOSTCARD. OTHERWISE PLEASE SEE THAT YOUR CHECK CLEARS YOUR BANK BEFORE RACE DAY AS YOUR CONFIRMATION
VISIT OUR WEB SITE @ www.firehouse50.org
Aug 15 - Real Wheelin’ Bicycle Race
Real Wheelin’ Race Course - August 15, 2009 Registration
To pre-register, send entry form and payment to: Chris Lavold 126 West Monroe St. Mauston, WI 53948
Day of race registration 8:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Make checks payable to Mauston Baseball Club.
Trophies for men’s and women’s over-all winners and medals for top three finishers in each age division.
A single lap that winds 27 miles through the Alps of Juneau County. Each racer will be tested for strength on the climbs and concentration during the 50+ m.p.h. descents. Raising your eyes off the road to look around will reveal some of Wisconsin’s most spectacular scenery. The blacktop roads are in good shape. Smooth. No construction. No gravel. No potholes!
The race will start and finish at the Mauston High School. Race starts at 10:00 a.m. sharp.
Ready-Set-Go - Ernie St. Germaine
Call Chris Lavold (608) 847-4358 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
All entries: $25.00 if pre-registered. by August 12; $30 day of race. Also included: tee-shirt, fresh fruit bar, beverage.
(Non-Transferable - No Refunds) ENTRY FEE ENCLOSED
Last Name First Name
Date of Birth
X. A. B. C. D. E. F.
13 & Under 14-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44
G. H. I. J. K. L. M.
Race officials reserve the right to delay starting times, adjust mileage, remove riders out of contention, use staggered start and other measures if required by race day conditions.
Wi Sport Member
RACE AGE CATEGORIES (circle one) Male
45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+
XX. AA. BB. CC. DD. EE. FF.
13 & Under 14-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44
GG. HH. II. JJ. KK. LL. MM.
45-49 5--54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+
MAIL CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: MAUSTON BASEBALL CLUB c/o Chris LaVold, 128 West Monroe St., Mauston, WI 53948 READ THIS RELEASE
I acknowledge that cycling, and especially bicycle racing, are inherently dangerous sports, that I participate at my own risk, that the Real Wheelin’ and its organizers and workers have organized and run the Real Wheelin’ Bicycle Race not for profit but with a direct benefit to me. In consideration of my participation in the Real Wheelin’, on my behalf of my heirs, personal representatives and assigns, I release, forever discharge and agree to hold harmless the Real Wheelin’, its sponsors, promoters, organizers and workers, including any and all county, townships, or other municipal entities, Mauston Area High School, involved with the Real Wheelin’ from any and all liability, claim, loss, cost, expense or damage, including liability for such losses caused by negligence, acts or admissions on the part of said individuals, organizers, sponsors, etc., and waive any such claim against any such person, organization in connection with sponsorship, organization or the conduct of the Real Wheelin’ Bicycle Race.
Aug 22 - Kirke Vei Time Trial
The Kirke Vei Time Trial Citizen Time Trial Event Saturday, August 22, 2009 9:00am Start Presented by the
Mad City Velo Club www.MadCityVelo.com Part of the Wisport racing series. Contact: Darryl Mataya, Race Director (608) 437-7326 or email@example.com
Course. The course will be the same as previous years since 2003. This is a technically challenging and hilly course that will test your management of power output over the entire 20K distance. See our web site at www.MadCityVelo.com for a more detailed description, a course map, and online registration instructions.
Start/Finish. The race start/finish is at the West Koshkonong Lutheran Church, located at Koshkonong and Church Roads near Cottage Grove. Directions: From I-39/I90, approximately 5 miles south of Madison, take the Highway N exit and proceed south approximately one mile to Koshkonong Road. Turn left on Koshkonong Road and proceed approximately two miles. The church will be on your right.
**Low** Entry Fees. $22 until August 18, $25 thereafter. Everyone receives goodies and a chance for door prizes. Family Discount: Entry fee for third (fourth, etc.) family member is only $10 each.
Men's and Women's Age Group Awards. Top three finishers in each age division. Wisport age categories are used, although you do not need to be a Wisport member to win an award. Stock Bike and Single Speed Categories Return. Back by popular demand are the stock bike awards (a stock bike has no aero bars and no deep dish or disk wheels), and the rewarding of the top 3 finishers (male and female) with one-speed bicycles (make sure you have at least a front brake). See website for more details. Online Registration Preferred: Go to www.madcityvelo.com for on-line registration instructions and start order preference information. You can also mail the form below. 2009 Manual Registration Form Mail entries to: Mad City Velo Club, 334 N. 8th Street, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 Last Name
Age (on July 1, 2009)
I will participate in the Time Trial, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during or after the above named event, against any and all race officials involved with the Time Trial, including all persons or organizations in any way involved with the race. I also hold harmless Dane County, Wisconsin, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
Signature of Participant
If Under 18, Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian
Check if you are a Wisport Member
Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge - Aug 30
L A I R T TIME
E G N E L L CHA
at Hudson, WI Sunday August 30th- 10:00AM
WHERE: Approximately 5 Miles NE of Hudson. Specifically, the start/finish is 2 miles north of County E on County I at the intersection of County I & Valley View Trail. COURSE: The 18.7 mile Time Trial Course has 885 feet of climbing (47 feet/mile). It is comprised of short rolling hills to start, followed by a flat section with some longer descents and climbs later in the route. Check website for up-to-date course map with elevation at: www.bigringflyers.com/tt2009.html ENTRY FEES: Pre-registration postmarked on or before August 18 th is $20.00, thereafter $25.00. A family rate of 3 or more members available till August 18th for $15 for each member. On-site registration is available from 8:00am â€“ 9:30am.
Top Male & Female
AWARDS: Medals to top three finishers in each male & female WIsport age division and in Open Tandem division. Cash bonuses for overall male & female winners.
Two door prizes
DOOR PRIZES: Your registration, Wisport membership and attendance qualifies you for the drawing held after the awards presentation. Two cash prizes of $50 plus other merchandise. ACCOMMODATIONS: Various hotels located south of I-94 at the Carmichael Exit #2, they are conveniently located in the new business area of Hudson. Camping available at Willow River State Park just south of Burkhardt, reserve your site early. FFI: www.bigringflyers.com call- Bob at 715-386-6208, Jeff at 651-271-1536
$50.00 each Proceeds of this event will go to the St. Josephâ€™s Fire Department
Same course since 2007
2009 Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge Registration Form Last Name
Age on July 1
Checks payable to - BIG RING FLYERS BICYCLE CLUB
Registration Type (check one below): $25 Normal Registration $20 Early Registration (postmarked by 8/18/09) $15 College Student (present valid ID for 2009 year) $10 Youth rate (18 and younger as of July 1st ) $15 each Family rate, list members on additional forms
Birth Date Zip
Mail to: Bob Barabe, 522-B 8th St. N., Hudson, WI 54016
Bike Type (check one below): Road/TT Bike Tandem Bike
WIsport Status (check one below): I am a current WIsport member I am not a WIsport member
I will participate in the Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge, and thereby waive, release and dismiss all claims from damages and personal injury of which I may incur before, during, or after the Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge, against any and all race officials involved in the Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge, including all persons and organizations, and the Bass Lake Cheese Factory owner who may be in any way involved with the race, I also hold harmless the Townships of Richmond, Somerset and St. Josephs, including all departments and persons. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the Big Ring Flyers Time Trial Challenge and understand that bicycling is a potentially dangerous activity.
Signature of Participant
If under 18, Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian
Sept 12 - Park Falls Race for the Colors
PARK FALLS RACE FOR THE COLORS BICYCLE RACE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2009
PRESENTED BY THE PARK FALLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
RACE COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE IS THIRTY-FIVE (35) MILE LOOP CONSISTING OF ROLLING HILLS. STARTING IN FRONT OF THE PARK FALLS CHAMBER OFFICE PROCEEDING SOUTH TO CTY E TURNING RIGHT PROCEEDING TO CTY B TURNING LEFT ON CTY B PROCEEDING SOUTH TO HWY 70 TURNING RIGHT ONTO HWY 70 PROCEEDING TO CTY EE TURNING RIGHT ONTO CTY EE PROCEEDING ON CTY EE TURNING LEFT ONTO 5th AVE AND FINISHING IN BACK OF THE CHAMBER OFFICE
REGISTRATION PRE-REGISTRATION BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1ST $25.00 AFTER SEPTEMBER 1ST $35.00. MAIL REGISTRATION TO PARK FALLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 400 4TH AVE SOUTH PARK FALLS, WI 54552
AWARDS GOLD SILVER AND BRONZE BIKE JERSEYS TO TOP THREE OVERALL MALE AND FEMALE FINISHERS. AWARDS TO TOP THREE FINISHERS IN EACH WISPORT AGE CLASS AND DIVISION. T-SHIRTS TO ALL ENTRANTS. T-SHIRTS GUARENTEED TO ONLY THOSE WHO ARE PRE-REGISTERED
SCHEDULE REGISTRATION AT 8:30AM TO 9:30AM RACE STARTS AT 10AM
SPECIAL NOTES PROFESSIONAL TIMING. WATER AND FRUIT AVAILABLE BEFORE AND AFTER RACE
INFORMATION CONTACT WALLY PURDUN @ 715.339.4080 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org OR CONTACT PARK FALLS CHAMBER OFFICE SUE HOLM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR @ 715.762.2703 RACE REGISTRATION AND RELEASE FORM
WISPORT MEMBER: S
NAME: ADDRESS: CITY:
WAIVER I realize that cycling is a dangerous sport and can cause death, injury , and property damage. I hereby promise to assume these risks, hold harmless, and waive any and all race promoters, volunteers, municipalities, citizens, and any associated organizations. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event. I understand that the Park Falls Area Chamber has the right to prevent me from participation in the bike race without my signature on the race form. No refunds after registration is submitted.
SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT/PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN IF UNDER 18
Events #24 & 25
Cleghorn Harvest Fest Bicycle Race - Sept 13
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Cleghorn Harvest Fest
Bicycle Race Presented by the Cleghorn Lions Club
Race Descriptions: 21 Mile Race: One lap on a hilly 21 mile course Butternut Rd 42 Mile Race: Two Laps on a hilly 21 mile course The start/finish line is at the Town of Pleasant To Eau Claire Valley Shop across from the Cleghorn School Park Registration: Cleghorn County HH Pre-registration by Sept 6, 2008 is $20.00 93 Town Shop Day of race registration is $25.00 Make checks to Cleghorn Harvest Fest Bike Race Awards Evergree n Rd Medals for the first 3 finishers in each WiSport age classes and divisions in each race Door prizes provided by area merchants Schedule: Race held Sunday September 13, 2009 9:00 a.m. Registration 11:00 a.m. 42 Mile Race Starts 11:15 a.m. 21 Mile Race Starts Special Notes: Professional race timing Water and fruit provided during and after the race, as well as concession stand with great refreshments to purchase, including pie and ice cream. Harvest Fest activities include car show and music. First aid and sag on the course Information: Call Dan Hanson at 715-878-4847 or email email@example.com -----------Hillview Rd
Cleghorn Harvest Fest Bike Race Registration Form & Release Race (check one): ___42 Miles ___21 Miles ___WiSport Member Gender: ___Male
Name______________________________________________Age on 7/1/09________ Address_____________________________________City_____________________ State___________Zip__________ Phone______________ Waiver I realize that cycling is a dangerous sport and can cause death, injury, and property damage. I hereby promise to assume these risks, hold harmless, and waive any and all race promoters, volunteers, municipalities, citizens, and any associated organizations. I further certify that I am physically fit to participate in the above named event. ____________________________________________________________ Date ________ Signature of participant/ parent or legal guardian if under 18 Mail Registration form and check to: Make checks out to Cleghorn Lions Club Your canceled check verifies entry. No refunds
Cleghorn Harvest Fest Bike race C/o Dan Hanson E3515 Cedar Rd Eleva, WI 54738
Events #26 & 27
Sept 26 - WiSport World Championships & Open Races
3rd Annual WiSport World Championships & Open Races Come join us in a cycling celebration on Saturday, September 26th for our 3rd annual WiSport World Championships! Last season we introduced a new venue and again we will run all events at this new course. As most of you are aware we also opened the event to non-WiSport members. If you are a Pro 1-2-3 USCF caliber rider and would like to race for cash and prizes in your own field (WiSport members have their own race starting at a separate time) then sign up. The course will be safe but challenging featuring a 1.2 mile climb with 8-12% grades with a rolling descent included in this 13.5 mile lap event. We’ll start you in downtown Waumandee Wisconsin and after 3.5 miles you’ll have gotten on the circuit for the start of 3 laps. Those strong enough to be at the front will battle it out on the 3.5 mile flat run in to the finish in front of the throngs of people who will watch you potentially raise your arms in glory! That’s approximately 49 miles of racing for $25 and if you sign up for the Time Trial (additional $5) your $30 makes you eligible for $100’s of dollars in cash and merchandise! But wait that’s not all! If you can find two other people to go along with you in both the TT and RR you can call yourself a team and the lowest combined times from each of you from both events (yes, this is a timed event!) your team can take home an additional $100 along with some nice merchandise to boot! Summary of Information: Saturday, September 26th Where: Waumandee, WI 54622 (Please pre-register as we’ll go off rain or shine!) Events: 17 Mile (flat out and back) Time Trial 9:00 First Rider OFF: 30 sec Int. 49 Miles (Hilly!) Road Race 1:00 Start Time --Individual & team’s competition! --Cash & merchandise prizes! --WiSport Worlds Jersey’s this year!!! Here’s what I need from you: Please Print Legibly & Return Checks payable to River Valley Cycling Club by September 23rd. Send to Mark Brone, S2842 Fern Circle, Fountain City, WI 54629 or Register online at www.Active.com
E-Mail Address (circle one) TT: $25
M or F (circle one) Ph #
TT & RR: $30
(check one) Open
Team Member Names: (Only 3 riders total per team so be clear on spelling of other 2) Name 1 ___________________________
Name 2 ___________________________
**Please Read the following disclaimer and if you accept these terms then sign the form to complete your registration. You will not be allowed to participate if this form is not signed. I understand that this is a bicycle race/ride over hilly terrain and that all roads this ride will be using are open to the public and motor vehicles. With this understanding I willing accept all responsibility for my actions and should any problems occur resulting in physical injury or loss of life I will not blame the organizers of this ride or the party(s) associated with this annual event. I agree to follow the laws of the road and ride my bicycle in a safe and courteous manner. By signing below I acknowledge I’ve read this release form and adhere to its principles.
Signature of Entrant:
Parent or Guardian if under 18 years of age:
For the latest and up to date information please check out www.rivervalleycyclingclub.org or log onto www.bronesbikeshop.com and make sure to check back often!
--WiSport Banquet and awards Ceremony to follow after events are complete. --Possible Cyclocross clinic & race event on Sunday, September 27th. 38
(Stay the night and we’ll keep the party going on into Sunday!)
Paraben & Gluten Free!