Thursday, June 8, 2017

BURGR95 #6 and Fork Horners 47 #4

July 22nd, 2017 @10AM
  • BURGR95 #6: A gravel grind from Gleason including rough fire roads and fast single lane roads with plenty of climbing.  One drop bag.  No food for sale on course.
  • Fork Horners 47 Wide open gravel roads through farm country and forest with moderate elevation.
Register above for FREE.  
Bill Underdown's Roubaix-Style Group Ride will head out on July 22nd 2017 at 10AM from Z's Fork Horners (formerly the Lighthouse) near Gleason, Wisconsin.  
  •  The course will measure 95.5 miles including 66.2 miles on gravel. This a self-navigated, unsupported, free "group ride" through the wilderness dirt roads of Lincoln, Langlade, and Oneida counties.  Like with any other training ride, you will be responsible for yourself and should not count on rescue from anyone.  You will be on the road for 5 to 7 hours and will not pass through any town ever.  You will be in bear and wolf territory most of the time.  Your phone will work most of the time.  All traffic laws and laws of nature apply.
The Fork Horners 47 course is generally flatter and smoother with none of the rough stuff that might be called B-roads out west.

The Original Seven

TTT103 2017
Kyle Jacobson
Lee Munger
Brian Bergstrand
Mike Ellis
Chris Schotz
Rob Sleger
Wayne Richey
Tower  Road where the gravel got faster


Timm's Hill Tower where it got hot

Indian Village Road where the storm was chasing

Saturday, June 3, 2017

A Window of Sun?

It looks like we'll have some dry weather in time for the ride, but be prepared to dodge a few showers. Decide if you're up for it. We'll be there.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Good Eating on the TTT 103

This gravel race/ride could easily turn into an eating contest with good supply points at miles 52, 60, 77 and 99.