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Milwaukee Bike Polo makes GQ

Published Jan. 23, 2014

Former Milwaukeeans Brian Dillman and Eric Kremin were featured in GQ this month for their tenacity in the sport of bike polo. In 2010, with the help of their original teammate Joe Burge, the team took the World Championships. In 2012 they took the North American Championship, and in 2013, after a move to San Francisco and the acquisition of new teammate Joey Halverson, they took both.

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"The Armstrong Lie" chronicles cyclist's story of doping and duping

Published Dec. 13, 2013

Alex Gibney's latest ­documentary "The Armstrong Lie," currently one of 15 documentaries on the Oscar shortlist for a Best Documentary nomination, continues his cinematic investigation into abuses and misuses of power. And to quote many an action movie trailer, this time, it's personal (for better or worse).

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Hundreds of Santas to cycle for spirits, support and ska

Published Nov. 25, 2013

The Santa Rampage is an annual event in Milwaukee that has reached cult-status, featuring hundreds of people in Santa suits - as well as a wide swath of various holiday-themed costumes - riding their bicycles through the city. The occasion is so beloved that even the dodgy weather of the season typically does not detract from the merriment or the number of riders who participate in these festivities.

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Pro bicycling's annual stop in Shorewood

Published June 21, 2013

Shorewood residents have become accustomed to the annual intrusion of pro bicyclists on their tree-shaded streets, but for some the high-level criterium racing in the Tour of America's Dairyland remains a mystery.

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Layton Boulevard West pedals the treats of a working bicycle

Published May 25, 2013

In a neighborhood ringing with vendors pushing carts and selling treats, Jorian Giorno pedals a different joyful fix. The 26-year-old operates the newly launched Layton Boulevard West Neighbors Mobile Bike Hub, a rolling repair shop that mimics the paleteros and similar sellers who travel the area streets.

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Cycling Group Rides around Milwaukee

Great Site for Group Rides in Milwaukee I just stumbled across a great site for finding group rides in the Milwaukee area.  The site is called Wisconsin Bike Law.  It has a lot of other general cycling laws, tips, and information for Wisconsin, but the Group Ride (http://wibikel...

Training Rides and Cancer Campaign

Last week was a pretty normal training week for me.  Monday night I met up with Kris for the Beans and Barley team ride.  Same ride as the week before about 26.5 miles in around an hours and a half.  It was only the two of us though, so the pace was a little slower and we didn...


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