Team Wisconsin Cycling will again hold it’s popular annual event: The Whitnall Park Spring Classic, on Saturday April 23rd.
Intelligentsia Cup 2016 came to an end this past weekend, Kayla Doan describes the series in these three words: “Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!”
Once again KS Energy Services Team Wisconsin had a great showing at this year’s 27th Annual Trek 100 Ride for Childhood Cancer.
At the Ore to Shore Mountain Bike Epic, Swartz was well-rested and confident he could get a good result in the Men’s 28-mile Soft Rock event
KS-Energy Team Wisconsin Cycling’s WORS warriors were at it again, this time in Mount Morris, Wisconsin for the Scarlet Knight Scramble.
Dennis Klumb is president and CEO of KS Energy Services and his passion for cycling has fueled not just the success of Team Wisconsin, but the success of the sport in the state.
KS Energy Services-Team Wisconsin Cycling’s own Freddy Derocher was one of them, but as he admitted after the race, luck may have helped him more than speed.
KS-Energy Services Team Wisconsin couldn’t have asked for a better day in Waterloo, Wis. as riders from all over the state participated in the 26th annual Trek 100 Ride for Hope to support the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) fund.
Team Wisconsin wrapped up the month of May with an impressive day in the latest installment of the Wisconsin Off-road Series at the Battle of CamRock. Racers Brian Matter, Jason Balden, Caleb Swartz and Rachael Jensen all had notable performances.