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.
Thank you for helping us to make WORS events even better. This survey will probably take around 5 minutes of your time. Every WORS event is run in partnership with a local organizer. The Reforestation Ramble is organized by the Titletown Flyers racing team on trails maintained at Reforestation Camp outside Suamico, WI. Thank you for your support! We hope that you had an outstanding experience at this WORS race venue. At the end of this survey, we have included a place to share comments for those who volunteered, and organizers who helped to make the event possible. Thank you!
Brian Matter (Gear Grinder / Trek) is a Pro mountain bike racer with a resume of impressive racing results. In the WORS BelGioioso Elite Series, he is always a threat for the top spot on the podium. He's also a coach with Momentum Endurance, and a star attraction at youth mountain biking camps. Brian knows a little about racing and training smart, so if you want to go faster, you can check out Brian's coaching via the link from his blog. It so happens that Brian is a die-hard Steelers fan.
Every WORS event is run in partnership with a local organizing committee. The Reforestation Ramble is organized by local Green Bay cycling team the Titletown Flyers. Thank you for your support! We hope that you had an outstanding experience at this WORS race venue. Racer comments: Again, thanks to all who spent their beautiful weekend so we could race! Appreciate everything you guys did.