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Guerra and Schneeberger Take Top Steps Once Again

With the aroma of Colectivo coffee and fresh cut grass in the air, Sunday brought on a beautiful day for racing bikes and cheering on racers. The Colectivo Coffee Bean Classic located just outside of Milwaukee in Waukesha WI was put on with the help of the Colectivo Coffee Mountain Bike Team, Waukesha Bicycle Alliance […]

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Volunteer for Midwest MTB Championships

Online volunteer sign up will close at 4:30 Thursday, July 21st, but we are still in desperate need of volunteers! Midwest MTB Champions Volunteers Needed! – Sign-Up Here The Midwest MTB Championships is fast approaching and we are in need of many volunteers to help make this event a success. Volunteers are needed for a wide […]

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Impressive Wins for Schneeberger and Guerra

WORS (Wisconsin Off-Road Series) presented by Trek held its 4th race of the season, The Red Flint Firecracker last Sunday June 26th in Eau Claire, WI. With the help of CORBA (Chippewa Off-road Bike Association) and Team WORS, we were able to put on a race full of fast singletrack covered with roots and rocks, […]

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Guerra and Swartz Grab Their First Win of the Season

Last weekend, WORS (Wisconsin Off-Road Series) with the help of WAMBA (Waushara Area Mountain Bike Association) hosted WORS #3, the Mt. Morris Challenge at Nordic Mountain in Mt. Morris Wisconsin. Pre-ride on Saturday was blistering hot but it brought a beautiful day for racing on Sunday. The Mt. Morris Challenge starts off with a tough […]

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Stelljes Wins His First Ever, Schneeberger Comes Out on Top

WORS presented by Trek made its second stop of the season in Rockdale, WI hosting the Battle Of Camrock. A few weeks after the opener, the WORS family was brought together again for some fun in the sun and some hard racing. Despite the rain on Saturday, the conditions on Sunday were perfect with tacky […]

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House and Kriete Win WORS Opener

WORS presented by Trek began its 25th season in Iola, WI on Sunday, May 15th. The 2016 season opener, titled “The Iola Bump & Jump”, brought together old friends that the grim winter separated. Racers came into the WORS opener not knowing what to expect. It can give racers the satisfaction that their off season […]

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WORS Announces Mandatory Move Ups for 2016

The following individuals are to be congratulated on their outstanding performance in 2015.  We wish each and everyone of them continued success at the next level. These move ups were determined per WORS Guidelines.  Any questions regarding them may be directed to don@wors.org  

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Dendel and Guerra Steal The Wins At The Hixon Forest Epic

LaCrosse WI- Last weekend the Wisconsin Off Road Series(WORS) made a stop in the western part of the state for the Hixon Forest Epic. The 10th race of the WORS season took place on a beautiful day in the bluffs of LaCrosse, drawing in over 400 finishers. The course was like no other, with a […]

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House and Schneeberger Dominate at Treadfest

House and Schneeberger Dominate at Treadfest Report by Todd Nutter Fans and competitors of the Wisconsin Off Road Series (WORS) gathered once again in Lake Geneva, WI for the 2015 Treadfest race. A staple on the WORS calendar, Treadfest offers racers a rare opportunity to ride some of the best private trails the area has […]

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Tight Race for Both Men and Women At the Reforestation Ramble

Suamico, WI- The Trek sponsored Wisconsin Off Road Series (WORS) returned from a two week break with back to back race weekends. Last week, in Waukesha Wisconsin, Leia Schneeberger (Vision Cycling) dominated the course for the Women’s race while Cole House (Unnattached) tried to chase down Nathan Guerra (Vision Cycling) but fell short with second. […]

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