#7 | Colectivo Coffee Bean Classic
Minooka Park — Waukesha, WI
From The Race Director . . .
The Colectivo Coffee Mountain Bike team, in association with the Waukesha Bicycle Alliance and Waukesha County Parks is proud to host the Colectivo Coffee Bean Classic on some of the newest and best cross-country mountain bike trails in the Midwest. Minooka Park trails are built by and for cross country riders.
Colectivo Coffee Roasters will once again have its coffee bar open to pour the free, locally roasted coffee, whether your preference is hot or cold.
The Colectivo Mountain Bike Team is a grassroots team focused on riding hard at every level, leaving every last drop of energy on the trail. But most importantly, we have fun in support of our fellow riders! That mission carries through in every element of the Coffee Bean Classic. We ride bikes because of the challenging fun, and that’s exactly what you’ll get on race day!
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Minooka Park trails are built by and for cross country riders. A challenging five mile lap snakes its way up, down, and around the moraines of Minooka Park. Racers will face steep climbing and flat out speed on a mix of flowy single track with huge berm turns, technical segments and flat out stretches that will approach road bike speeds. Racers of all levels get the chance to experience a little of everything, including the “Bat Loop,” “Sooper Bole” and “Flat Tops” single track segments, as well as the blazing fast “Vista Cruise” single track in the prairie. This venue puts friends and family in perfect position to cheer on their favorite racers all day long. We’re always trying to add new elements to increase the overall challenge of the Colectivo Coffee Bean Classic, and the new trails at Minooka are sure to excite all riders.
*Include applicable Wisconsin Sales Taxes
|Race Category||Start Time||Approximate Distance||Number of Laps||Entry Fee||Late/Day of Registration|
|Junior (age class 7-14)||9:30 AM||5 miles||1||$20.04**||$26**|
|Try-It-Out||10:00 AM||5 miles||1||$20.04*||$26*|
|Citizen (Cat 3)||10:00 AM||10 miles||2||$27.43*||$34*|
|Sport (Cat 2)||11:30 AM||15 miles||3||$29.54*||$36*|
|Comp (Cat 2)||1:30 PM||20 miles||4||$29.54*||$36*|
|Elite (Pro & Cat 1) women||1:30 PM||20 miles||4||$34.81***||$41***|
|Elite (Pro & Cat 1) men||1:30 PM||25 miles||5||$34.81***||$41***|
|WORS Kids Race 1:00 PM Everybody is a Winner for 10 & under – $3|
|Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to conditions!|
* Race Registrants must either purchase a $10 one day license or present their USA Cycling annual license at race registration.
** Entry Fee applies for juniors (race age 18 & under) racing Try-It-Out and Citizen, those racing Sport pay $2215 in advance/$28 day-of, and Cat 1 juniors $2849/in advance/$35
*** There is no one day license option for Pro & Cat 1 entrants
Register: Online Beginning April 1, through July 4th or by mail. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by July 1st, 2016.
> Make Checks Payable To: WORS
> Mail To: WORS, 8675 Rolling Hills Road, Custer, WI 54423
Late Registration (On Site): Saturday 2-6 pm, Sunday 8:00 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race
2016 USA Cycling/WORS Event Release Form AND One Day License Application
Juniors not accompanied at the race venue by a parent or legal guardian must present a signed form at registration.
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Details of event awards can be found on the guidelines page.
Amenities & Additional Information
- Pre-ride – Saturday 12-7 pm
- Learn to Race Clinic with Team WORS – Saturday 3:30-5 pm. Free to registered racers, the clinic includes instruction in off-road riding skills, race preparation and a ride-through of the Citizen race course. Participants under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Racer Perks: Free Hot and Cold Alterra Coffee Drinks.
Park Entrance Fee
Registered racers will receive a vehicle pass good for Saturday and Sunday; other vehicles subject to normal Waukesha County Park Fees – $4/day or purchase an annual pass.
How To Get There
From North, East & West: I-94 to Hwy 18/Hwy 164 S/E Morland Blvd (Exit 297), turn Left on Hwy 164 S south, turn Left on Racine Avenue/County Rd Y, turn Right on E Sunset Dr. The park is on the Left.
From the South: I-43 to Hwy 164 (exit 50) north to E Sunset Dr. Turn Right on Sunset, the park is on the Right.
Where To Stay
Numerous hotel/motel options in Waukesha.
- Colectivo Coffee Roasters
- Lakefront Brewery
- Waukesha Bicycle Alliance
- Waukesha County Parks
For More Information
Updates & Other Info at: facebook, search Colectivo Mountain Bike Team