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    Roll Call - Wisconsin Riders

    Saw this on one of the other state forums so I thought I'd try it out here. Who knows where you will see another MTBR dweller.

    Who are ya, where ya from, where do you ride, and what do ya ride.

    Me,
    I'm Chad from Westby ( Home of the White Knuckle MTB challenge ). I usually ride at the HPP trails in LaCrosse at least once a week weather permitting. This year I've also ridden Holtzinger lodge, Levis Mound, Blue Mounds and a bunch of other unknown trails. Hopefully I'll get a chance to get back to Blue Mounds and also try Cam-Rock, Decorah Iowa trails and hopefully some of the Cable area trails before the pilgrimage to Moad & Fruita in October.
    I usually ride either a gray Giant AC2 or a red Trek Fuel 80. Might be getting rid of the Trek soon so who knows what I'll get then.

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    This is how I ride!

    Dustin. From Milwaukee, actually New Berlin for the SE WI folks. I'm trying to follow up the best year of biking I had last year. So far, it's so so. Definitely need to get some more rides, and variety in. So far this year I've ridden South Kettles, 9 Mile, and Levis Mounds a couple of times each for the most part. Other stomping grounds are Sheboygan/Quarry, North Kettles, Bairds Creek, Blue Mounds (haven't been able to hit it yet this year - seems like every weekend I'd be able to get a ride in, the trails are closed due to weather, like the last two weekends!, I plan on trying again this weekend).

    I'm within riding distance to the Whitnal Park/Milwaukee County MTB trails, but they have been a mud hole since early June. It's a shame, cause it's so close. The newer trails really need to get some traffic on them too so they get a grove in them. Hopefully the second half of the summer will turn things around.

    Plan on hitting Razorback Ridges later next week. Also am planning a trip up to CAMBA early this fall (can snow in October up der hey), and a trip to St. Louis/Ozarks later this fall (once it cools down a bit).

    I ride an 03 Fisher Sugar 2+.

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    Marty from Viroqua here. Ride a Hunter 29" w/EBB set up as a SS or a 1x8 depending on my mood for the month. I've JUST (as in August 20, we're in town Chad) moved to the Viroqua area, so not much riding in the area as of yet. Looking forward to hitting up as much as I can in the area. Esp Bluemounds, HPT, and Cam-Rock. I've done Levis a bunch and love it. Same w/Holzinger Lodge and Decorah. Looking forward to getting to Decorah and SugarBottoms too. Hell, since I'm closer, I want to get to Berryman more often too!
    Just a regular guy.

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    I'll chime in too...

    Currently living in Madison (and will for awile). Formerly from La Crosse where I went to grad school and worked in a shop up there for a bit. I still get up to LaX quite frequently to visit my old co-workers and friends and my GF is from there and her parents and brothers are still living there. I like to hit all the usual trail heads that have already been mentioned...HPT, Blue Mound SP, Cam-Rock, Levis, Southern Kettles, Devil's Head, 9 Mile (although I've never just ridden there...only raced), and try to hit a few WORS and WEMS races here and there. I miss being able to get on the mtb in town and hitting the dirt of TNT in La Crosse within about 10 minutes. You have to drive to mtb in Madison!

    Depending on the mood, I'll either be on my VCW rigid SS (most of the time), my brand new Klein Palomino, or my SS Surly Cross-Check on it's rare journey off road.

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    unfortunately my mtbing consists of races. All my training is done on gravel or road, however I do not own a road bike and don't have the desire to.
    race bike: rigid gunnar ss (pink panther)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nater
    Currently living in Madison (and will for awile)... You have to drive to mtb in Madison!
    Not entirely. You can always hit Quarry for a quick fix. Most people don't get into it but a few of us are hooked, I hardly ride anywhere else these days. If I do drive it's usually to Camrock or Blue Mounds.

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    Quarry Park

    Quarry Park is a blast. I wish I lived a little closer though. I'm planning on going there again soon now that I have a more worthy bike. Those of you that haven't been there should check it out if your near Madison, Its like a big BMX course.We started riding around checking out the trails then we started piecing together little sections then a few more sections, pretty soon we had a wicked little course. Fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokklym
    Quarry Park is a blast. I wish I lived a little closer though. I'm planning on going there again soon now that I have a more worthy bike. Those of you that haven't been there should check it out if your near Madison, Its like a big BMX course.We started riding around checking out the trails then we started piecing together little sections then a few more sections, pretty soon we had a wicked little course. Fun stuff.
    Your best bet for learning the park is to hookup with a croud of locals for a round of follow the leader, tuesday nights are the unoficial ride-at-quarry night.

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    From Lake Mills, WI. Rode camrock3 for the first time a few weeks ago, south kettles, north kettles, shebogan quarry, 9mile (if you havent riden 9mile do it, but find somone that knows the sweet trails to hit). I ride an old old cannondale f1000, before the crap headshocks. Only judy xc with the silver colored case.

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    Chad from West Bend. Go to school in Whitewater. I just got back into Mt. Biking this past year, road biking isn't as fun. Own a Trek 6700, best buy for budget. Haven't been able to get to too many trails yet this year. Go to Ice Age (Glacial Blue Hills) in WB once a week at least, have some good single track paths off the main trail. Also been out to Greenbush Trails and New Fane. When I head back to the Southern Kettle I'll for sure be going to Cam-Rock and John Muir/Emma-Carlin Trails. I also want to get to Blue Mound and the Governor Dodge Trails before the winter rolls in. If anyone has any suggestions for good trails anywhere in WI I'd be grateful for the insight. (especially in the Northern and Southern Kettles since I spend most of my time in these areas)

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    How far does everyone drive?

    Currently, I'm in New Berlin. That will be for about another week. I've been shooting out to Muir each Saturday for the past few weeks. They have some detours on hwy 20 and it took me about an hour last Saturday.
    Next week, I'm moving to Appleton to start a new job. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions on where I can drive in an hour? I'm looking to the Reforrestation Camp in GB, maybe Baird's Creek...anything else?
    I guess I'd drive longer if it was worth it. Anyone up for a ride in that area? (Maybe in a few weeks?)
    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterjames
    Currently, I'm in New Berlin. That will be for about another week. I've been shooting out to Muir each Saturday for the past few weeks. They have some detours on hwy 20 and it took me about an hour last Saturday.
    Next week, I'm moving to Appleton to start a new job. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions on where I can drive in an hour? I'm looking to the Reforrestation Camp in GB, maybe Baird's Creek...anything else?
    I guess I'd drive longer if it was worth it. Anyone up for a ride in that area? (Maybe in a few weeks?)
    Thanks in advance.
    I'm originally from Stevens Point, but now live in Oregon. If you are going to be in A-Town, make sure you hit up the Reforestation Camp outside of GB. Good riding there... and if you don't mind a bit longer drive, get over to 9 Mile County forest. I'd consider this to be the best trail system within an hour and a half from A-Town. If you do ride 9 Mile, make sure you hit up the newest trail, Poop Rock. If you can come close to cleaning this one, you are the bomb. This may be some of the most techincal stuff I've ever ridden.
    One more close to Stevens Point is Standing Rocks county park. There has been some new single track built here in the last two years. Some decent climbing for the area too. I know there are at least 8 miles of "new" single track, and many more miles of dbl track ski trails that you can rail. WORS used to host races there in the early 90's. Check it out, and have some fun!

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    Todd from Oconomowoc, I work in Hartland. Mostly I ride Southern Kettle, Cam Rock and the few other small trails in the area. I went to Winona State University in Winona MN ... so I've done a lot of Mississippi bluff trails, Holtzinger Lodge was our norm. Once a year I take a Mt. Bike trip somewhere for a couple weeks so I've been all over the country...last year I was in southern Oregon which was awesome... Idaho is cool too. I commute alot to work and I love Single Speeds. Currently I ride a 2004 Gary Fisher SuperCal 29er for my geared mtb, a 2004 Salsa Juan Solo ebb single speed mtb, 2004 LeMond Poprad cyclocross frame built up as a single speed (mostly for townie riding). I plan to get a full suspensioin mtb in '05 but don't which one yet...maybe a Fisher Sugar or a Trek Fuel.

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    Green Bay here.

    Favorite place to ride currently is the Reforestation Camp. Lots of singletrack trails, and the bayshorebikeclub is always doing trail maintenance and upkeep on the land. Well worth the $15 annual fee to ride there.

    Currently riding an older Fisher Kaitai setup for commuting a couple days a week. Quite a workout towing the kid in the trailer to daycare then on to work. Main weekend ride is a Ti Airborne Black Widow. As if anybody really cared.

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    Where's Poop Rock?

    Quote Originally Posted by SSconny
    ... and if you don't mind a bit longer drive, get over to 9 Mile County forest. I'd consider this to be the best trail system within an hour and a half from A-Town. If you do ride 9 Mile, make sure you hit up the newest trail, Poop Rock. If you can come close to cleaning this one, you are the bomb. This may be some of the most techincal stuff I've ever ridden.
    I'm quite familar with 9 Mile, but have never heard of Poop Rock. Is it the nickname for trail #8 way back in the southwest corner of the forest? Or is it the super technical loop off of trail #8 at the bottom of the "downhill" section? If it's not one of these, where is it? I'd like to give it a shot!

    My fav at 9 Mile is trail #5. With all the whoops and tight rolling track its just sweet. Get in a groove and do two laps - trying to catch more air on every pass!

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    Ashwaubenon (Green Bay area)

    Pretty much only go to Baird Creek. Love the variety.

    Riding a Specialized Hardrock Comp

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    David G from Madison, recently moved here from NJ. Hey what tires do you guys recommend for all around trail riding in Wisconsin? I've used Pythons on my hardtail for years but want something with more traction to put on my new full suspension bike. Do you think the Weirwolf 2.1 tubeless is a good choice? Thanks.

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    jaypee from Menomonie.

    I ride all sorts of things/bikes. I usually ride in/around MPLS. I also drink whiskey.

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    Weirwolfs Get Good Reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by dyg2001
    David G from Madison, recently moved here from NJ. Hey what tires do you guys recommend for all around trail riding in Wisconsin? I've used Pythons on my hardtail for years but want something with more traction to put on my new full suspension bike. Do you think the Weirwolf 2.1 tubeless is a good choice? Thanks.
    Right now I'm rolling on stock IRC BackCountry's (2.25) on my Sugar. OK. Definitely think there is better out there. I just ordered a set of WTB Weirwolf 2.3 race (tubed). Was looking for something a bit more agressive. The Weirwolf got good reviews on this site. IMO in WI you need a good all around tire, unless you stick to gravel or are willing to change your tires every weekend pending conditions. I need a tire that stays on all year, and handles well in all conditions - spring/summer mud of Kettles and Levis Mound(nothing to nasty - not into mudd'n all that much), summer dry hardpack of S. Kettles, dry rocky of Nine Mile - the whole range. I may have the WTBs mounted up by this weekend. I'll definitely right up a review after a couple of rides.

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    He's got it right...

    Quote Originally Posted by wi1trackrider
    Right now I'm rolling on stock IRC BackCountry's (2.25) on my Sugar. OK. Definitely think there is better out there. I just ordered a set of WTB Weirwolf 2.3 race (tubed). Was looking for something a bit more agressive. The Weirwolf got good reviews on this site. IMO in WI you need a good all around tire, unless you stick to gravel or are willing to change your tires every weekend pending conditions. I need a tire that stays on all year, and handles well in all conditions - spring/summer mud of Kettles and Levis Mound(nothing to nasty - not into mudd'n all that much), summer dry hardpack of S. Kettles, dry rocky of Nine Mile - the whole range. I may have the WTBs mounted up by this weekend. I'll definitely right up a review after a couple of rides.
    I agree with all of the above...I don't want to be changing tires constantly depending on conditions either. Except for some of the mud that we had early this year during the rainy season, I've had really good luck with Conti Vertical Pro 2.3. They are a smallish 2.3 but they hook up very nicely, especially on the front. I'm also running a Specialized Enduro Pro 2.2 on the back of my SS mostly because there isn't much room for something bigger. It's a nice rear tire and I haven't tried it on the front yet and probably won't. I've got a Weirwolf 2.5 on the front of my SS and I like it well enough to not want to get a new tire every time I ride that bike. Some friends of mine swear by the Intense CC 2.25 tire for all around use too. I haven't tried one yet because it always seems like QBP is out of them...they have them right now though!

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    Greg, from Rib Mountain. Single track junkie and 29 in wheeled MTB. I know Nile Mile have helped to build it and help to maintain it. Need a guide or have questions about Nine Mile give me a PM.
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    Do you work at Crono?

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    Greg, from Rib Mountain. Single track junkie and 29 in wheeled MTB.
    Or ride for Brazen Dropouts?

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    Nah, he lives way up near Wausau and 9 mile.

    Chad, check yer email! I'm in town now, and slowly getting settled in. Time will be freeing up soon to hit the trails.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Naw just a old school name

    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    Or ride for Brazen Dropouts?
    Back in the stone ages I competed in a lot of Time Trials (Crono = time, Metro = travel) road, of course. Although I still ride a lot; road/ commute /MTB, I do not have time to train to race and respect myself. I started the name Cronometro back in the prodigy days. I am guessing about 20 years ago and just stuck with it. I do not work for Collin or His company but I have bought a lot of stuff from him in the old days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cronometro
    Greg, from Rib Mountain. Single track junkie and 29 in wheeled MTB.
    I envy you living so close to 9 Mile! Must be nice. Plus Levis, and the trails around Minocqua are in relatively close driving distance. It would be nice to hit 9 Mile on a weeknight, when you probably have the whole park to yourself.

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    It is nice

    Quote Originally Posted by wi1trackrider
    I envy you living so close to 9 Mile! Must be nice. Plus Levis, and the trails around Minocqua are in relatively close driving distance. It would be nice to hit 9 Mile on a weeknight, when you probably have the whole park to yourself.
    Early mornings are best for a quite ride. Did one this moring and saw wildlife and two berry pickers thats all!

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    Corey from Green Bay. I ride all over the city, usually near the stadium, and i try to find the biggest hucks short of a building, on any given weekand i ride around 50 miles. I want to go to barids creek frisbee golfing hill, i heard they had som crazy 26 foot drops ans gaps.

    I ride a Kona Stinky 2004, stock

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    Flower Trail Closure

    Quote Originally Posted by cronometro
    Early mornings are best for a quite ride. Did one this moring and saw wildlife and two berry pickers thats all!

    When I was at 9 Mile over Labor Day weekend, the Flower Trail (I think it's #10 on the old number system) has closed off with a fence on both ends stating "closed to bikes". Is it back open? Do you know why it is closed? It's one of my favs, but will stay away until it's back on the legal side.

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    Northern WI represent!

    I'm Paul from Ashland

    I ride mostly up in the CAMBA trails and over in Northern Michigan. For a 9 months out of the year I go to school in Washington, and thus miss out on riding in Wisconsin far too much. I rarely stop by this forum, I'm mostly over at the singlespeed one.

    My main ride is a DIY Ebbed Gary Fisher Marlin. I'm currently working on a fixie from an old Trek road frame. I also have an old Barracuda mtb, which may get turned into a geared bike when I realize that I can't afford a 29er.

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    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by wi1trackrider
    When I was at 9 Mile over Labor Day weekend, the Flower Trail (I think it's #10 on the old number system) has closed off with a fence on both ends stating "closed to bikes". Is it back open? Do you know why it is closed? It's one of my favs, but will stay away until it's back on the legal side.
    QUOTE=wi1trackrider]When I was at 9 Mile over Labor Day weekend, the Flower Trail (I think it's #10 on the old number system) has closed off with a fence on both ends stating "closed to bikes". Is it back open? Do you know why it is closed? It's one of my favs, but will stay away until it's back on the legal side.[/QUOTE]

    It's cool you respect the trail closed signs. I wish more would. They are jeopardizing all our riding at Nine Mile by riding closed trails. It is public property but we are fighting other groups that would like MTB to stop there. We are trying to manage the trails and when one gets over ridden or gets to wide we close it down to heal. It will be opened again. Sorry for the change in the numbering system. With new trails and some changes confused many. Next time you are in the area lets ride!

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    Cronometro - Another Quick ? for Ya

    Sounds like you are pretty familar with 9 Mile. If you do maintance there - thanks. It's appreciated.

    I was wondering why the small loop off of #8 (old numbering system) isn't really maintained. I found it by looking at the map closely, and searching for a while, last year. It's one of my favorites even though it's tough as sh!t. Last couple of times I've been able to ride it dab free. Anyway, is this no longer a recognized trail?, or is it kind of being kept as a for hardcore riders only - low traffic under the radar kind of trail. I would be nice if the leaves, twigs would be cleared off each spring, but at the same time it keeps it hidden. Have any comments on this?

    Also, do you know of any other trails like this in the park, secretive technical hardcore stuff, that you'd be willing to share?

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    Portage WI Here

    Wish I knew where all these trails ya'll talk about are. I have only heard of a couple. Anyone ride Devels Lake?

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    Looks like I'm a little late.

    Hi, I'm Logan. I'm from Stevens Point. I ride an enduro, and it's a bit much for the trails around here, but what doesn't kill you.....

    Anyway, I just got seriously into mtb'ing last summer. Did a lot of riding on the Green Circle's hidden little singletrack bits. Can't wait for Spring and building a trail system at my cabin.

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    Better late than never

    What's this Green Circle you mentioned. Never head of it before. What kind of mileage is there? Terrain? Steven's point is a nice place to be - you have mad town to the south, Wausau to the north, LaCross to the west, etc.

    Go explore this summer and have fun!

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    Hey. Usual rides are Reforestation Camp, Peninsula S.P., Pot S.P., Winter Park (Kewaunee). Did the WORS race at Blue Mounds and would like to check that out some more. Also, need to get to Marquette MI ski hill. Looks like they have some good stuff going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wi1trackrider
    What's this Green Circle you mentioned. Never head of it before. What kind of mileage is there? Terrain? Steven's point is a nice place to be - you have mad town to the south, Wausau to the north, LaCross to the west, etc.

    Go explore this summer and have fun!
    Green circle is 30 or so mile loop around Stevens Point and adjoinging cities. It's mostly gravel fire-road width, has some road sections (not a lot) and some paved trail. It links together a bunch of parks in the city and also has sections that go farther out into the suburbs and through some undeveloped river valleys. All the singletrack within riding distance of Stevens Point is accessible from the circle, but it's all hidden so unless you know where to look.... There's probably about 4-5 miles of singletrack with all three sections (the island, airport trail, patch street) combined. It's definitely not worth coming here just to ride, but if you live here it's really nice to take a spin on.

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    I'm Walt Hougas, Madison area. I ride a blue 2003 Enduro. The trails around this area have been mentioned by other riders.

    I'm a member of the local mountain bike group, Capitol Offroad Pathfinders (CORP). We're pushing hard to cut more trail at Blue Mound, Cam-Rock, Fitchburg, and possibly New Glarus State Woods this year. The preliminary work schedule is up on the forum area of worba.org. Hope you can join us, I'm really excited about the work ahead. We completed the main loop at Blue Mound last fall, and have permission to build more singletrack, including a short section through a boulder field. The new area (Pleasure Valley) will have significantly more vertical than the existing trail.

    If you've never been to a work day, hope you'll believe me when I say it's almost as much fun as riding. Not quite, but you get a chance to meet new people who are your fellow mountain bikers. Plus you can do it when the trails are too wet to ride, then you get to ride the new trail when it dries out.

    I'm hoping to to ride at Levis Mound several times this summer, plus 9 Mile. Also hope to get back to Sylamo Arkansas. Rode there last spring, and it was most impressive. Picture Blue Mound with another 18 miles of trails and 2-3 times the vertical.

    Walt

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    It's a well known fact that....

    ...Wisconsin Sux...LOL...

    It only sux cuz they won't let me live there...I am a "FISH" you wisconsonites know what that stands for...We travel up from the land of Lincoln every year to ride up nort' ... Blue Mounds, Levis, 25.5, and last year we did the DH and DS races at Devil's Head....

    Just remember...the midwest is flat...no rocks...no scenery...
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    Where is 9mile? give me directions

    where is 9mile? I live in Kenosha which is past Milwaukee near the ILl/WI border.
    please give me directions to 9mile
    thanks

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    Just my 2 cents!

    Jason here, Pleasant Prairie, WI (extreme SE corner)

    I usually ride at Petrifying Springs since it's a short drive and is a pretty fun ride.

    Right now, I only have a *cough* Trek 3700 *cough* since I only started in the sport mid-summer of last year. I have a deposit down on an '05 Kona King Kikapu, which I should have in a couple of weeks. Decided to try the full-suspension scene.

    Later!

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    Joshua, from marshfield just about middle of the state. Equal distance almost from nine mile and levis.

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    Baird Creek workdays

    Any of you riders in the Green Bay area that ride at the Baird Creek Greenway, mark your calendars. The annual Baird Creek Clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, April 23, 8:30-11:30, meeting at the Triangle Hill chalet. Trail workdays at the Greenway will also be starting soon. Usually Monday evenings, with a few Saturdays included. If you are interested in helping, please contact me at [email protected] or (920)-743-2773.

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    Tim in Madison. Mostly riding to regain some shape other than pear. Used to race Expert & Cat 2 but then school, marriage & a child have taken over as higher priorities. My favorite trails used to be John Muir & Emma Carlin at the Kettles but I did a cross race at Camrock about 6 years ago and it was a nice flat park. There were some trails up north that were reminiscent of Texas but that was going on a decade ago... anyway, I'm mostly a roadie, but nothing beats bouncing off trees. I used to be service manager for a couple of shops here in town but still am on good terms with the owners... go figure. I commute daily and since I tweaked my knee (MCL) I'm giving up soccer until it heals so that means I get to ride more.

    Trails... Red Cannondale M900 Single Speed
    Cross... Vitus, currently stored in Seattle for visits
    Road... Serrota Phinney & Seven Axiom

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    Just so you DH/FR know, I'll be building this summer at a Ski Resort near Rochester MN.

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    This is Ben from Elm Grove, About 10 miles from Milwaukee. Haven't riden many trails this season yet but hoping to get out to South Kettle and maybe Blue Mounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterjames
    Currently, I'm in New Berlin. That will be for about another week. I've been shooting out to Muir each Saturday for the past few weeks. They have some detours on hwy 20 and it took me about an hour last Saturday.
    Next week, I'm moving to Appleton to start a new job. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions on where I can drive in an hour? I'm looking to the Reforrestation Camp in GB, maybe Baird's Creek...anything else?
    I guess I'd drive longer if it was worth it. Anyone up for a ride in that area? (Maybe in a few weeks?)
    Thanks in advance.

    This is obviously a very late reply, but hope it helps someone. If i remember right, Appleton is on the north side of lake Winnibego. On the east side of lake winnibego, WORS has a race called the Calumet Sun Run. They are fun trails that I think are close to you. Check out www.wors.org and go to the events section for this race. It will give you directions.

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    John, im from madison and i ride in the area, Cam-rock, Blue Mounds, Kettles, Black Hawk (rarely), The Farm (too overgrown these days).

    I ride a 2005 top fuel 98, its blue/black

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    I'm moving to Twin Lakes in two weeks....Yippie!

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    another menomonite

    another rider from Menomonie. I go to UW Stout there. I ride a hartail GT unless I borrow a friends bike. The trails around menomonie are pretty much shite. The only good trails are illegal to ride, which doesnt stop me most of the time, but I would hate to get caught or worse, hit someone walking on the trail.

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    Keith from LaCrosse

    Ride: '96 schwinn s-10
    Favorite trail: Human Powered Trails(nestled in the bluffs of LaCrosse)
    Have ridden quite a few trails through-out the state and believe that the Human Powered Trails are the best singletrack in WI.

    "Human Powered Trails are some of the best built trails in Wisconsin" a quote from IMBA trail building authority Mark Schmidt and contributor/illustrator to Trail Solutions: IMBA's Guide to Building Sweet Singletrack

    Holzingers(Winona, MN)
    Levis (Hixton?)
    9-mile(Wausau)
    Underdown(Merrill, nice and quiet)
    Calumet Sun Run course(Hilbert?)
    John Muir & Emma Carlin(Kettles)

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    To all you NineMilers: Where can I pick up a map for ninemile? (if there is a such thing) I have been there 3 times since I found out about it last week, but I havent hit all the trails for fear of getting lost. Maybe I just need to "man up" and get myself lost. Also, what is this I hear about a new name system. I heard the flower trail...poop trail etc, but all the trails are still marked with numbers. I dont get it. Which is which? (and maybe the map would answer this question) Thanks

    Also, if anyone knows when the next building/maintanance meeting is, I would be down to help.. I have some trail making experience and would love to contirbute to these great trails. Let me know. That and I would like to meet some more bikers in the area.

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    Here is a link to a map of nine mile, http://www.co.marathon.wi.us/is/pks/...ketrailmap.pdf
    You may also want to give Standing Rocks a try. It features 10 miles of tight and twisty single track. Here is a link to a map,
    http://www.co.portage.wi.us/Parks%20...grocksbike.pdf
    You might have to cut and paste these links.

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    Thanks for the speedy reply jims! I will use the map tonight when I go. Some of those far western trails look like fun. I also had someone recommend Standing Rock to me the last time I was at NineMile. I will have to check it out. THanks again.

    Steve

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    Let me know when you might check out S.R. Maybe we could hook up. The Standing Rocks map has my contact info.

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    ... and if we just ... Might be a new Wisconsin-ite, -er, -on, whatever soon

    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Drop Off
    Looks like I'm a little late.

    Hi, I'm Logan. I'm from Stevens Point. I ride an enduro, and it's a bit much for the trails around here, but what doesn't kill you.....

    Anyway, I just got seriously into mtb'ing last summer. Did a lot of riding on the Green Circle's hidden little singletrack bits. Can't wait for Spring and building a trail system at my cabin.
    Hey Logan,

    Remember me? I'm the guy who was looking for trail advice in July, you very kindly offered to be a "ride guide" for us, then I never called you when we got there?

    We spent almost 2 weeks in Point, and had a blast. Only got to ride once on Green Circle and 2 trips to 9 mile. We were so busy with her family and other little treks (and hanging out for hours at a time at Hilltop) that I just kept forgetting to hook up with you....

    Good news is that you all may have another rider/trail worker, etc. in the area! I liked it so much up there that my fiance and I are considering moving up to Point for good.

    I loved the Green Circle (need a Cross bike for this if I move up) and 9 mile, and am making notes on the other trails that are mentioned here.

    I'll keep in touch next time we make the trip up!

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    Jason here, from Seymour (between GB and Appleton, home of the hamburger!) and I go to school at UW_milwaukee, so thats where i live most of the time....

    Whats this human powered trails, nobody else metioned them

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    Cool-blue Rhythm KM South Local

    Chris from North Prairie here...that's about 10 miles from the Kettle Morraine South trails. I ride an ano orange Superlight, mostly at the kettles but have been known to travel. Moab, Fruita, Winter Park, Snowshoe, Phoenix. Also hit Levis, Camrock, and some top secret stashes. Hope to get to Blue Mounds & Kickapoo soon.

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    Now Playing Live in Cedarburg

    Hey, I'm Greg,

    Now live in Cedarburg since April. Used to live a couple of miles from C-Ridge in Franklin and rode there at least 1x week for years when weather allowed.

    I ride a 2003 Sugar 3+ upgraded a bit. Have ridden Blue Mounds this summer. Love the new trails at Emma and the Connector to make it 1 way in most places. Folks live 45 minutes from Levis Trow and an hour from 9-Mile so have ridden there quite a bit. Used to make a yearly trip to Cable 5+ years ago but ended with kids. Still try to do a few WORS races to get some trail variety.

    Cheers!

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    Milwaukee, WI

    I'm near the Menomonee Falls area, NW Milwaukee.

    I love challenging trails; the more hills the better. West Bend is my favorite place to ride and the 6.3 mile loop I do there will kick most peoples a$$.

    If anyone wants to ride let me know. Any time, anywhere. I have a Light&Motion Solo so night rides are no problem. Gets a bit chilly this time of year but I ride in winter also with my studded tires. Tuesday night my buddy and I usually ride at WB.
    [email protected]

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    West Bend = Greenbush?

    Quote Originally Posted by Destroy
    I love challenging trails; the more hills the better. West Bend is my favorite place to ride and the 6.3 mile loop I do there will kick most peoples a$$.
    Are you talking about North Kettles - Greenbush? I've heard of some XC stuff in West Bend proper. I'm always looking for new stuff. Please specify. Thx.

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    Milwaukee Area Riders

    SE Wis riders get the Metro hook up.....go to ClubMTB Website and join "Metro Mountain Bikers".
    You'll get e-mails about rides (day and night) as well as trail days and meetings of the Milwaukee WORBA Chapter. Coming events include the Turkey Hurl Ride and end of year trail work at Crystal Ridge and the Alpha Trail.
    BTW, I ride a Sugar 2+ with Hayes, of course!

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    Slow thread.

    How bout some of you more experianced riders getting together and helping us rookies get started.

    Just stepped on a bike after over a year (well an exceciser since it is cold) to try and get ready for spring.

    Don't know anyone or where to ride........HELP!

    I live in Portage and work in Madison.

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    A few suggestions...

    GaryB - Fortunately there quite a few good spots near you (less than 2hr. drive), unfortunately most of them are not beginner level.

    - Closest would be Devil's Head. If you can't ride up hill for about 20 minutes at a time, and handle some bumps, don't bother with it. Trails are mostly intermediate level, but the climbing adds in the challenge.
    Other worthy mentions:
    - Cam-Rock in Cambridge/Rockland
    - Blue Mound State Park in Blue Mound
    - Standing Rocks just east of Stevens Point
    - Nine Mile County Forest west of Wausau
    - Levis Mounds west of Neilsville

    All of these are intermediate with certain trails worthy of expert classification. Parts of 9 Mile could be considered beginner if you stay on the XC ski-trails. The singletrack is more intermediate and expert.

    Read some of the reviews of these spots from this site. The reviews are becoming a bit dated now, but they will give you a general idea of the terrain. Most of the above have websites with maps/trail hotlines available. Check them out. Some are open year round, some have seasons, some close when wet, some don't - you get the point, save yourself a trip, phone or web first. Don't ask why, let's just say I've learned over the years.

    Am I missing any others guys?

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    S. Wi trails

    How about Kettle Moraine just east of Whitewater on highway 12? Perfect ride for someone who has been off the bike for a while. Not too tough, multi loops from 5 to 25 miles. Get there early on the weekend or the hordes will run you over.

    Madison has Quarry Park behind Whole Foods on University Ave. It's as tough as you want to make it, lots of fun stunts and little stuff too. Whee!

    Blackhawk in Middleton has trails, but you have to join the club to ride them.

    Sheboygan. Terry Andrae state park?

    I think there are some metro trails in or near Milwaukee. See the other posts in this thread.

    Walt

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    hey

    Matt from Madison...been riding a long time (used to ride the singletrack behind the airport in Point, before the greencircle, and around in schmeekle..shhhh...ahhh memories), tapered off awhile, and kicking in more the last couple years...this year I'm hoping to ride A LOT. Been riding a Fisher Big Sur, which is now my ss work bike, looking at a new bike for this year.
    Big fan of 9 mile, Rock Lake, Cam Rock, Blue Mounds....want to get to the UP again, Reforestation Camp, Kewaunee (my parents live near Green Bay), Standing Rocks.

    Want to get invloved in some trailwork around here this year too...gotta get our (the wife rides a lot too) worba/corps membership in and come out to some workdays

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    Think I will give devels lake a try this year. May even start building a single track at the in-laws 180 acre farm............lots of deep wash outs in the woods....

    Lots of ideas..........not so much time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryB
    Think I will give devels lake a try this year. May even start building a single track at the in-laws 180 acre farm............lots of deep wash outs in the woods....

    Lots of ideas..........not so much time.
    If you're near Madison stay tuned to the local news because a new metro area trail system is now official, and we plan on making a lot of progress this season. You'd get the combo of experince you mentioned, and working with others would speed the progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wi1trackrider
    Are you talking about North Kettles - Greenbush? I've heard of some XC stuff in West Bend proper. I'm always looking for new stuff. Please specify. Thx.
    I am guessing they are talking about the trails in and around Glacial Blue Hills. There is a "Main" trail that runs all through the city (some you can and some you can't ride on) and in Glacial Blue Hills there is a ton of tight single track to explore. It can keep you busy for awhile since you can switch up all of your loops. There isn't a specified direction to ride so be cautious if the parking lot looks fairly full, and watch out for hikers on nice weekends...they tend to not pay attention to what is going on around them. I have had to move at a snails pace and finally just ask them to let me pass. Mt bikers maintain all the trails too, go figure. I like Greenbush too, but I'll take glacial over that anyday...more technical. Depends on what you like to ride.

    Anyway...link to the trail review

    http://trails.mtbr.com/cat/united-st...8_4588crx.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitflogger
    If you're near Madison stay tuned to the local news because a new metro area trail system is now official, and we plan on making a lot of progress this season. You'd get the combo of experince you mentioned, and working with others would speed the progress.
    Just in case I don't catch the news.....(no TV will do that for you ) keep me posted, Hopefully I am still paying attention when the work starts and would like to get in on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryB
    Just in case I don't catch the news.....(no TV will do that for you ) keep me posted, Hopefully I am still paying attention when the work starts and would like to get in on it.
    I am sorry. I meant local bike related info via web and email. We usually get info out here, we put work days on the worba.org site's calendar, and the south central WI trail folks use a Yahoo Group mail list called CORP. We also put a brochure out at bike shops and other places that has work days listed.

    Thank you for your desire to help. I hope we can see you with so many opportunities at hand.

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    Miltown!!!

    Elijah From the south side of Milwaukee.

    Just getting into the sport, and looking to get out and ride any time I got. Riding a 2k3 rocky mtn Slayer, and maybe next year hop on a iron horse 7.5???

    Haven't rode any course yet, but hopefully will be hitting them all!!!
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    Tim from Wausau
    Ride at 9M mostly, also Levis, Razorback, Underdown, Standing Rocks and of course: FRUITA

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    for lots of WI group rides Road and MTB plus gnome fest gathering info go here. www.bigwhiskeymtb.com in summer we have group rides 3 times a week all around the state along with lots of get togethers throughout the year.

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    New poster here, I'll try to check back from time to time.

    I'm currently in Waupun, about 6 more weeks and I graduate from UW-Oshkosh and I'll probably be jumping down to Madison. I've ridden the basic trails in Madison, Devil's Lake, tried one up in winona, MN. Rode ALL over the Wiowash(sp) trail up in Oshkosh. I'm getting antsy to get back in shape!

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    I'm in Stevens Point and always looking for the next great trail. Usually ride the Island single track but am going to try out Standing Rocks when it opens on May 1st.

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    From Wausau. Mostly ride/race on the road but can be seen out at Nine Mile if the moon is in the right phase. I won that WORS thing a couple times (Elite) a bunch of years ago but have since drifted off into obscurity, probably because if I cant win I dont want to play

    Finally getting rid of the hard tail and jumping aboard a Top Fuel this year. My old bones will love me now.

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    Originally from Madison, but now of San Diego for the last 6 years. Ride a Hookooekoo and Cake DLX. I ride all the local San Diego trails but will be paying a visit to Wisconsin this summer with the hopes of bringing a bike along. So please update the trail reviews.

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    Keno here

    Todd in Kenosha. Spend most time at PETS and on the road with occassional trips to Kettles or down south in the Ozarks. GT hardtail.

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    Back to Madison area?

    Quote Originally Posted by sdfisher
    Originally from Madison, but now of San Diego for the last 6 years. Ride a Hookooekoo and Cake DLX. I ride all the local San Diego trails but will be paying a visit to Wisconsin this summer with the hopes of bringing a bike along. So please update the trail reviews.
    Let us know where in the state you'll be visiting and we can give you suggestions here!

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    name - Jamie
    local - green bay
    where i ride - baird creek and area trails like mountain bay trails
    what i ride - Giant Fcr2 and the Giant Ranier

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    I most likely will be visiting the Chippewa Falls/Eau Claire area. Any suggestions for a 20 mile ride or so?

    If you guys and girls make it to San Diego, please drop me a note. We have several great trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdfisher
    I most likely will be visiting the Chippewa Falls/Eau Claire area. Any suggestions for a 20 mile ride or so?

    If you guys and girls make it to San Diego, please drop me a note. We have several great trails.
    Check out the WORBA page (worba.org) for info on the Lowes Creek trail system. There is also a WORS race in the area on July 2nd...I'm not sure if this is on the Lowes Creek trails or if it's different. I did the race last year and was impressed with the course.

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