Dan and Ann from Heavy Pedal bike shop got a nice story in the HTR. check it.


This meeting is going to rule!!!  We are going to play outside for a little bit and we are going to have Harold from WORBA speak to us about the in and outs on gettting a trail started. Hope ya'll can make it for some pizza and drinks.

National Bike Summit 2010 - Building on 10 Years of Progress

Bicycling has come a long way in the last 10 years. Our movement has grown larger and more effective; the number of people riding is growing in almost every community in the nation. We need more people on bikes more often, and the reasons just keep on growing. Whether it’s obesity, health care, climate change, air quality, energy independence, traffic congestion, economic development or quality of life issues – bicycling has got to be part of the solution. In 2010, Congress and our Federal agencies will be setting national targets and goals for 2020. They will be writing transportation, climate, health care, natural resources and other critical pieces of legislation that will shape our future. Bicycling must be prominently featured in these important pieces of legislation, documents, funding streams and programs.

Ten years ago, the first National Bike Summit brought just over 100 advocates and industry leaders to Washington, D.C. – this year we need to be closer to 1,000 participants to make a strong impact. Join us and speak up for bicycling; discover how your voice can truly be heard. Help the League of American Bicyclists celebrate 10 years of progress, and help us propel into a new decade of the bicycle!


The meeting last week turned out great!  We had 30 people show up (+ all the emails and phone calls from people that want to join and support the club but could not attend the meeting), including the guys from KRANKS, Green Bay and Kewuanee. Thanks to all that showed up!
 This meeting really proved that there is a need for a trail in the Manitowoc co area.

A-Plan weekly group rides + car pool to trails around Wisconsin ( maybe a few camping trips).

B- Form a fund raising committie within the club.
 1-raise money for local charitable orinizations. 
 2-raise money for future trail building in Manitowoc co.

C- Get groups together to go up north and help out our WORBA chapter brothers from KRANKS to build new and maintain the old trails in the Kewainee co area.

(i'll add more agenda stuff a lil later)

Please email me with pics and club member info to add to the site.

thanks again ya'll for the support-Wade-


we will be placing the order for the jerseys at the end of Feb and should get them around mid march. Jerseys will be around 55 bones a pc and the arm warmers will cost 20 bucks a set. please email me with your qty and sz. -Wade-


 great fall weather for 2009. we rode up til the 1st heavy snow fall in the 2nd week of dec. not to muddy conditions...we "kranked" up the speed a lil bit in some areas of the trail.

DK ...rock ride'n

CHRIS...2nd attempt on the steep log cross set up... i liked the 1st attempt better...check the knee..

DK- get to go down...just to climb back up.

this area was like chunky peanut butter just a lil bit.

 the locals call this part of the trail "SUFFER FEST". it was good time for not beaing able to breath.

ahhhh yeah....we made contact with the earth a few times. i don't know what the heck WARGIN is smiling about.


Attached is a memo on the public hearing scheduled for Jan 20th at the state capitol to address legislation proposed by the Committee on Enhancing Recreational Trails for Non-Motorized use.    However senate bill 266 would create a Nonmotorized Recreation and Transportation Trails Council.  Mountain bikers should be represented on this council.  Please voice your support for the bill. 

Power shakes

sometimes it's just as fun making the drinks

NEW OM meeting

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