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Wisconsin Women Cycling 

creates and manages events, mainly non-competitive cycling events.


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Upcoming events

    • 26 May 2018
    • 14 Jun 2018
    • 4 sessions
    • 6560 N Milwaukee River Pkwy, Glendale, WI 53209
    Register


    Mountain Bike Skills Clinic For Women


    Develop MTB bike-handling skills to gain comfort and confidence for greater speed and safety.


    We’ll meet at the Kletzsch Mountain Bike Park in northern Milwaukee County for a session of skill drills, followed by on-trail clinic. Our skill drills are designed to teach you progressive bike handling skills. Read the Upcoming Skills Session - Road and Mountain below for more infomation or visit http://cyclingskillscoaching.com/

    For those that can stay after the beginners clinic, we're adding a Basic MTB Mechanic session following the clinic at no extra charge.

    Skills Workshop

    • Saturday  |  May 26, 2018  |  8:00am - noon
    • Online registration closed Friday 5/25/18

    Coach: Brian Petted

    Extended Practice Evenings

    • Thursdays  |  May 31, June 7 and 14th  |  6:00 - 8:00 pm
    • Online registration closed Tue 5/30/18
    • Completion of the Beginner Session or authorization from coach is required

    NOTE:  Dates changed for the Extended Practice Session went from Wed to Thur nights (updated 2/27/18)

    Coach: Sydney Shimko

    Presented by: Wisconsin Women Cycling

    No refunds will be given but you may transfer your session(s) to another rider. 

    Sanctioned under USA Cycling Permit: 2018-1523


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    Upcoming Skills Sessions – Road and Mountain

     ~ Sydney Shimko

    Both of the upcoming skills sessions for road and mountain bike follow similar format with a weekend skills workshop and follow-up practice sessions. It will be very beneficial for all riders to attend the weekend session.  The weekend skills workshops are where most of the groundwork will be laid and the group(s) will learn to work cohesively. The mid-week practice nights are for cementing the learning and implementation of the skills. I’ve never had anyone who was “too experienced for” the initial weekend session.

    Below is a snapshot of the progression – fundamental to advanced, broken down into technical drills. While the fundamental skills are the same, the drills, terrain and ways of learning can be different whether on the road or off.

    ·  principles for safe bicycling and managing obstacles

    ·  correct body positioning and balance on the bike

    ·  braking, shifting and proper gear selection

    ·  efficient pedaling techniques

    ·  cornering techniques for speed and safety

    ·  hill climbing and descending

    ·  group riding, drafting and paceline proficiency (road session only)

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    • 8 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • 10 Jun 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • Family Enrichment Center | 885 Badger Circle, Grafton, WI 53012


    JUNE 8, 9 & 10th

    Register HERE at the League of American Bicyclist website

      • Coach: John Rider
      • Hours: 5-9 p.m. Friday; 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday; 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sunday
      • Registration Fee: $350
      • $75 late fee applied after 5/11/18
      • Registration Closes 5/18/18
      • Hosted by WWCycing Club
      • 2-night Home Stay being offered for a $50 donation to Wisconsin Women's Fund, Inc.

    PARTICIPANTS MUST...

    • successfully complete the Smart Cycling Complete Class  (formerly Traffic Skills 101). This is mandatory prior to registering for the Seminar. 
    • be an active League of American Bicyclist member at time of registration.
    •  successfully pass the entry assessment with a grade of 85% or better and prepare two lessons before your scheduled seminar date.


    To learn more about this LCI seminar or to sign-up click HERE

    Hotels, dining and things to do

    Direct logistical questions to the Event Management Team at Wisconsin Women Cycling.


    • 20 Jun 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Lime Kiln Park, 2020 Green Bay Road, Grafton, WI 53024
    • 19
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    No refunds will be given though you can transfer to another female cyclist. Simply email us the new rider's name.

    Sancationed by USA Cycling: Permit #2018-1557

    • 27 Jul 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • 29 Jul 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • Cedarburg, WI


    Registration Is Open

    Saturday July 28th

    Wisconsin Women Century

    Bike4aCause TM   (Registration opens May 15th) 

    Sunday July 29th

    Holy Hill Classic Century

    Sanctioned under USA Cycling Permit: 2018-1522

    • 28 Jul 2018
    • 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Cedarburg, WI
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    2018 Wisconsin Women Century
    Saturday July 28  |  6:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Cedarburg, WI


    As part of the Wisconsin Bike Festival, Wisconsin Women Cycling presents the 4th Annual Wisconsin Women Century, Wisconsin’s premier Women-only Century Ride. 

    As a fully supported ride, enjoy the beautiful scenery along the rolling bike-friendly roads of the Northern Kettle Moraine. With multiple routes to choose from, women and girls of all ages and abilities are welcome.

    • This bicycling event is open to women and girls only
    • All riders must sign a waiver before each ride and wear a helmet during our rides
    • Online registration closes Thursday July 26 @ midnight
    • In-person/late registration is open during packet pickup hours
    • This event is presented by and managed by Wisconsin Women Cycling and supported by our sponsors.
    • Proceeds benefit local charities
    Fees are dependent on when you register and what route you choose.

    $10                 Any route for girls 15 and under (must be accompanied by an adult)

    $20 – $55        45 or 25-mile route

    $45 – $90        105`, 85 or 65-mile routes

    $70  $90        Any routes for Tandem Riders

    $65 – $140      Combo`* - Ride Sat & Sun 105, 85 or 65-miler each day

    $120 $150     Combo`* for Tandem Riders - Ride Sat & Sun 105, 85 or 65-miler each day

    200WomenRide200Miles Challenge - Register for the 105-mile Combo and you're automatically set up for the 200WomenRide200Miles Challenge.

    Packet Pick-up

    Wisconsin Women Cycling | W65 N630 St John Ave, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    Friday 4:00 - 7:00 PM

    Cedar Creek Park | N55 W6079 Portland Road, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    Saturday 5:30 - 9:45 AM

    Sunday 5:30 - 7:45 AM

    Start times - 105-miler @ 6:00 AM, 85-miler @ 7:00 AM, 65-miler @ 8:00 AM, 45-miler @ 9:00 AM and 25-miler @ 10:00 AM


    Sanctioned under USA Cycling Permit: 2018-1522

    More info can be found on the FAQ page



    `Those signed up for the 105-mile route will have a chance to compete in the 3rd annual Queen Of The Hill. QOH participants must leave at 6:00 am and arrive at The Hill by a specific time. Awards will be given by age group that afternoon. See FAQ for details. 

    *When selecting the Combo, you will be registered for both, the Wisconsin Women Century on Saturday and the Holy Hill Classic on Sunday. Each morning at check in, let us know if you're riding the same distance both days or switching it up. Those that complete the 105-miler both days will be listed as completing the 200WomenRide200Mile Challenge and receive a bag of goodies along with their bragging rights.

    Important Dates:

    May 14, Early Bird Registration Ends
    Registration increases on the 15th of May, June & July
    In-person registration will be open during packet pickup hours

    • 28 Jul 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Cedar Creek Park | N55 W6079 Portland Rd | Cedarburg, WI 53012
    Register


    Get outside and support your local charity on fully-supported, designated bicycle routes. 

    There is the option to sign up as a team and ride with co-workers, family or friends.

    When you check-in, select to ride either the 10 or 24-mile route along the beautiful Ozaukee County Interurban Trail. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Kids under 3 are Free. 

    Post-ride meal and T-shirts are optional.


    Agenda

    Friday July 27, 2018
    Wisconsin Women Cycling Studio - W65 N630 Saint John Ave, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    4 - 7 pm  In-person Packet Pickup / Late Registration

    Saturday July 28, 2018
    Cedar Creek Park - N54 W5900 Portland Rd, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    10:00 - 10:50am  Check-in / Late Registration

    11:00 am             24-milers roll out

    11:15 am             10-milers roll out

    12:00 - 1:30 pm   Riders return to the Wi Bike Festivities!



    Each registration is for one (1) Community Beneficiary. You'd need to register again if you'd like to support other non-profits on the list.

    • 29 Jul 2018
    • 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Cedarburg, WI
    Register

    2018 Holy Hill Hundo
    Sunday July 29  |  6:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Cedarburg, WI



    The Holy Hill Hundo is one h*ll of a ride! (Hill, what were you thinking? ;)

    Since we're keeping the 105-mile route as an option at this annual event, the Holy Hill Classic has been renamed the Holy Hill Hundo. Starting in Cedarburg, it is the 3rd of 3 rides held as part of the Wisconsin Bike Festival weekend. The 105-mile route has nearly 4,500 ft of climbing. There are also routes of 85 or 65-mile to choose from. 

    As a semi-supported ride, all routes are intended for the experienced rider looking for a challenge. Enjoy the beautiful scenery along the rolling bike-friendly roads of the Northern Kettle Moraine. 

    • This bicycling event is open to experienced riders only; men or women
    • All riders must sign a waiver before each ride and wear a helmet during our rides
    • There are several water stops but only one fully supported rest stop
    • Registration includes post-ride BBQ & Beer Garden
    • Online registration closes Thursday July 26 @ midnight
    • In-person late registration opens during packet pickup hours
    • This event is presented by and managed by Wisconsin Women Cycling and supported by the generosity of our sponsors
    • Proceeds benefit local charities
    Fees are dependent on when you register and what route you choose.

    $30 – $70        105`, 85 or 65-mile routes

    $35  $50        Any routes for Miltary Riders (active or inactive)

    $60  $70        Any routes for Tandem Bike  

    $65 – $140      Women Combo`* - Ride Sat & Sun 105, 85 or 65-miler each day

    $120 $150     Women Combo`* for Tandem Riders - Ride Sat & Sun 105, 85 or 65-miler each day

    Packet Pick-up

    Wisconsin Women Cycling | W65 N630 St John Ave, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    Friday 4:00 - 7:00 PM

    Cedar Creek Park | N55 W6079 Portland Road, Cedarburg, WI 53012

    Saturday 5:30 - 9:45 AM

    Sunday 5:30 - 7:45 AM

    Start times - 105-miler @ 6:00 AM, 85-miler @ 7:00 AM & 65-miler @ 8:00 AM


    Sanctioned under USA Cycling Permit: 2018-1522

    More info can be found on the FAQ page


    `Those ladies signed up for the  105-mile Combo  will have a chance to compete in the 3rd annual Queen Of The Hill on Saturday. QOH participants must leave at 6:00 am and arrive at The Hill by a specific time. Awards will be given by age group Saturday afternoon. See FAQ for details. 

    *When selecting the Combo, you will be registered for both, the Wisconsin Women Century on Saturday and the Holy Hill Hundo on Sunday. Each morning at check in, let us know if you're riding the same distance both days or switching it up. Those that complete the 105-miler both days will be listed as completing the 200WomenRide200Mile Challenge and receive a bag of goodies along with their bragging rights.

    Important Dates:

    May 14, Early Bird Registration Ends
    Registration increases on the 15th of May, June & July
    In-person late registration will be open during packet pickup hours

Upcoming events

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Wisconsin Women Cycling is a Non-competitive Cycling Event Management business. As a privately owned and operated entity and guided by our Mission, our focus at Wisconsin Women Cycling is event creation, planning and management of  non-competitive sporting activities primarily set around cycling - women cycling in particular.  Through networking and outreach efforts, we strive to create safe, fun, social and educational environments meant to inspire girls and women to make healthy choices, on and off their bikes.

Wisconsin Women Cycling | 656 Hillside Lane, Cedarburg, WI 53012 | www.WiWomenCycling.com | Email Us

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