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Written by Jon Mellinger Monday, 18 August 2014 16:06
This past weekend, Lewiston played host to cyclists of all categories and ages. What started out as a rainy, dreary day actually turned into a great day of racing complete with volunteers sweeping the puddles, hay bales guarding the street lamps, and even some excitable fans with cowbells. The course was a skinny loop, flat and fast, similar to the Roman Velodromes of old, with a couple technical turns on either end (only because it was slippery at speed).
Written by Michael Wenzel Monday, 11 August 2014 17:19
The race was a 47 mile open category road race in northern WI in the Penokee Hills. The course was mostly rolling terrain, with a southwest wind, although with the thick forests surrounding the road it wasn’t as much of a factor as it could have been.