#12 | Wigwam MTB Challenge
October 6, 2013
Quarry View & Evergreen Parks — Sheboygan, WI
From The Race Director . . .
The Traditional finale of WORS, the Wigwam Mountain Bike Challenge, continues to be staged at Sheboygan’s Jaycees’ Quarryview and Evergreen Parks. This venue allows for the conveniences of a city, with ample dining choices, showers, real bathrooms, and plenty of parking, while allowing competitors to feel as though they are in the Wisconsin Northwoods.
The course is mostly single and double track. One moment you will be concentrating on a tight singletrack in the midst of pine woods and then suddenly you will enter a spectator vantage-point where friendly cheers will pump up your adrenaline and push you forward. Sand, gravel, asphalt, mud, grass, pine needles, roots, and the famous “Sheboygan Slickrock”, this course has a bit of everything. There is one steep downhill and one very steep climb, the “Equalizer”. All riders will find a fun and challenging course awaiting them in Sheboygan. Spectators will enjoy the incredible viewing areas all around the course, so bring your camera and get a shot of your favorite racers.
The Wigwam Mountain Bike Challenge is once again expected to bring an exceptional field to this, the closing venue on the WORS circuit. The Wigwam MTB Challenge has great race viewing, concessions, and how can you top the BEST name in socks?! You do not want to miss this event! Come on Saturday for the pre-ride from 12 noon to 7 pm. There is no on-site camping, but motels in the area include: Comfort Inn (800-228-5150), Baymont Inn (800-428-3438), AmericInn (800-634-3444), and Holiday Inn Express (800-465-4329).
This race is the annual race of the FAT KATS organization, a WORBA Chapter based primarily out of Sheboygan. Check out the FAT KATS at www.fatkats.org
A variety of single and double track allows racers to test their skills over picturesque flowing technical trails. Terrain including grass, mud, asphalt, gravel, sand, “Sheboygan Slickrock”, roots, rocks, and the “Equalizer” add to the fun.
Start Times, Distances, and Entry Fees
|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||$18||$24|
|First Timer||10:00 AM||5 miles||1||$22||$28|
|Citizen (Cat 3)||10:00 AM||10 miles||2||$25||$31|
|Sport (Cat 2)||11:30 AM||16 miles||3||$27||$33|
|Comp (Cat 2)||1:30 PM||22 miles||4||$27||$33|
|Elite (Pro & Cat 1) women||1:30 PM||22 miles||4||$32||$38|
|Elite (Pro & Cat 1) men||1:30 PM||27 miles||5||$32||$38|
|WORS Kids Race 1:00 PM Everybody is a Winner for 10 & under – $3|
|Distances approximate. Laps subject to change secondary to conditions!|
Register: Online through September 30th or by mail. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by September 28, 2013.
> Make Checks Payable To: WORS
> Mail To: WORS, 8675 Rolling Hills Road, Custer, WI 54423
Late Registration (On Site): Saturday 3-6 pm, Sunday 8:00 am until 1/2 hour before the start of your race.
2013 USA Cycling/WORS Competitive and Non-Competitive Event Release Form
Juniors not accompanied at the race venue by their parent 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 rider.
- Racer Perks: Free post-race meal.
- Raffle, and schwag open to all racers. This must be present to win raffle, held at the end of the day, is noted for its valuable and plentiful schwag!
- Largest cash purse in WORS. Additional dollars from Wigwam combine with WORS normal payout to make this the richest in all of WORS (prize list finalized two weeks before event). Hole shot primes for each wave start. “Equalizer” Hill Climb Cash for all categories.
- Onsite Concessions.
How To Get There
Exit Interstate 43 at Exit #128 (Hwy 42 at the north end of Sheboygan). Go east (toward Sheboygan) about a mile. The Quarryview Park entrance is on the left just after you cross the Pigeon River.
Where To Stay
Comfort Inn – Sheboygan 800-228-5150,
Baymont Inns – Sheboygan 800-428-3438,
AmericInn – Sheboygan 800-634-3444,
Holiday Inn Express – 800-465-4329
No Onsite Camping!
- Sheboygan Bicycle Company
- Back Door Bike Shop
- Wolf’s Cycle & Fitness
- Bicycle Works
- Industrial Graphics