Events

House and Guerra Win at the Sheboygan Finale

Sadly, the Wisconsin Off-Road series(WORS) season came to a close last Sunday but it went out in style. The WORS community not only celebrated the finale of the season but also the finale of the venue. Sheboygan WI has hosted a WORS mountain bike race for 23 years and last Sunday we had to say our farewells. The Sheboygan MTB challenge has always entertained our spectators with the infamous log jump, the quarry rock face, creek crossing, and Loft and Shove’s Hill Climb Preme.

Broken Spoke Duo Takes Top Steps at Reforestation Ramble

With the faint sounds of the roaring lions from the nearby NEW Zoo, the Wisconsin Off-Road Series (WORS) held race #8, The Reforestation Ramble in Green Bay WI last Sunday. This race unlike most, with little to no hills and flowy singletrack made it extremely fast and exciting. Different from years past, this course was a 6 mile loop that covered all the fast corners and fire lanes the Reforestation Camp has to offer.

Karinen and Schneeberger Climb to Success

Last Sunday the Wisconsin Off Road Series(WORS) traveled to the western part of the state for the Hixon Forest Epic. The 7th race of the WORS season took place on a gorgeous day in the Hixon Forest encompassed by the bluffs of LaCrosse. This WORS course was like no other beginning with a long gravel downhill lead out that had racers reaching top speeds. Once competitors reached the bottom of the bluff, they began the roughly 15 minute switchback climb back to the top where it was a half mile road time trial to the singletrack.

Midwest MTB Championships Race Report

WORS(Wisconsin Off-Road Series) presented by Trek hosted the Midwest Mountain Bike Championships in Portage, WI for a great weekend of racing. Saturday kicked off with the amateur women and amateur men’s cross country race followed by the pro men and women’s cross country race. Another fun filled day of racing followed on Sunday with Bontrager’s Short track and the KMC Enduro race.

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 climb that takes racers partially up the ski hill before dumping racers into a technical downhill section with the infamous rock drop. Once clearing the rock drop, racers enter the pines for some fast winding single track.

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 lead out to a long gravel road downhill, with racers reaching top speeds. Once competitors reached the bottom of the bluff, they began the approximately 15 minute switchback climb back to the top where it was a half mile road time trial to the singletrack.

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 to offer. Hidden deep within the grounds of the Grand Geneva Resort, the course takes advantage of the summertime availability of a downhill ski area. This means riders are sent climbing up through a sea of screaming fans from the start of the race.

WORS Cup - McConnell and Woodruff Take The XC Wins

Portage, WI-

The Wisconsin Off Road Series hosted the Pro Cross Country Tour last weekend at Cascade Mountain in Portage, WI. Mother Nature made sure the heat and humidity was high for the WORS Cup Pro XCT race presented by Trek. The course was of the modern World Cup model, approximately 3.1 miles in length per lap. It wound itself several times to provide spectators with convenient access and numerous viewing points. The pro women had 5 laps of punching climbs and tight corners while the men had 6.

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