After several years as a secondary sponsor, the team would like to welcome the Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (MOSH) as the new title sponsor of Team Wisconsin Cycling! MOSH brings the team further long term support not only to support general team expenses, but more importantly serves as our #1 choice for any and all […]
After 7 amazing seasons as the title sponsor of TWC, the team owes tremendous thanks and gratitude for all the years of support. The team would not be where it is today without the kind and generosity that Dennis Klumb and KS Energy Services provided the team over the years. KS Energy Services will […]
Once again the team will have support from CLIF BAR! This marks nearly 10 years of partnership with one of the leading endurance sport nutrition companies on the market.
The team is thrilled to continue riding Trek bikes and looks forward building a relationship with one of the largest bike shops in the country- Wheel & Sprocket! With the team doing many rides out of the area west of Milwaukee, it only makes sense to call the Delafield store our home shop. Joe Smessaert (Sales Manager) and […]
Team Wisconsin cycling is excited to announce that starting in 2018 we will be powered by Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company. Anodyne was started in 1999 as a small batch roaster in Milwaukee and is owned by Matt McClutchy. Anodyne has four locations: Bay View, Walker’s Point, the Milwaukee Public Market and Wauwatosa. You can also […]
Now that the heat exhaustion has worn off, it’s time to recap the Trek CX Cup. This wasn’t the first quality cyclocross race that Trek has put together, but they truly upped their game for their first World Cup event. The course had a great mix of fast and technical sections, all of which combined […]
By Matt Riley On Saturday August 26th, Kevin and myself went down to the Milwaukee Summer Fest grounds to help out with the Make-a-Wish Foundation 5k run or 1 mile walk to raise funds for children that have been dealt a tough card in life. This is our second year helping out at the event […]
By Jamie Ertl With race day Saturday dawning, there were optimistic hopes of a dry and fast race course. Both were quickly proved wrong with several crank-deep mud holes. This was my third Hard Rock race, so I knew the key to a successful day was to survive the first half hills, rocks and mud, […]