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Come And Ride With Us!

 

Cream City Cycle Club  is a Milwaukee-based  bike club with more than 120 active members. CCCC is locally renowned for our schedule of weekly Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday group rides, many overnight camping rides, and our annual Century Classic ride, now in its 31st year.

 

CCCC rides are suitable for beginning recreational riders and veteran long distance riders alike. Our rides start from convenient Milwaukee metro locations as well as more rural ride starts, and range from 20 miles to 100+ distances during the season.

CCCC works with the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin and is a member of the League of American Bicyclists. We support local bicycling advocacy and cycling-oriented charitable organizations.

Benefits of membership:
  • participate in scenic and challenging bike routes
  • gain proficiency as a cyclist
  • friendship and camaraderie
  • safety and support on longer rides
  • news of upcoming cycling events and bicycling lore
  • discounts at local bike shops

 Ride Leader Signup Instructions


CCCC Ride Leader Sign-Up

To volunteer to be a Ride Leader on a CCCC ride, click on the button below to send an email to the Ride Committee. Be sure to note the Ride Name, Ride Date, and Distance you want to lead, and your contact information, if it isn't in the CCCC Member Directory. 

Current ride policy is that if a Ride Leader is not assigned to an upcoming ride by 3:00 p.m. of the Sunday preceding the ride date, the ride will be CANCELLED!



 July Cream City Cycle Club Meeting At Ben's Cyclery, Tuesday July 29

  

Make sure you don’t miss the July Cream City Cycle Club meeting, because it promises to be thought-provoking.  We’ll have some of Ben’s top personnel tell us about how to be more effective while cycling, as well as challenging us to get up to peak performance.

 

Brian Musha will also be challenging us to commit to working the Century. He’ll be looking for volunteers to do a number of important things to ensure its success. The July club meeting will be earlier than usual.

 

We’ll begin our meeting with our guest speakers at 6:30 p.m. and will follow that with refreshments and our monthly business meeting.

 

See you on Tuesday July 29th at 6:30 p.m. at Ben’s Cycles at 1018 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee at 6:30 p.m. Limited parking is available in the adjacent parking lot. On-street parking is ample.


  Kohler - Andrae State Park Camping Weekend Coming July 25 - 27

 
Kohler-Andrae State Park is home to sand dunes and whispering pines with hiking trails where you are sure to see wildlife.  The huge beach is beautiful for swimming, fishing or launching a kayak.  

There are two festivals in the area. Holland Fest is being held in Cedar Grove and Miesfeld's Lakeshore Weekend is being held near Blue Harbor Resort.They will have Fireworks, Dragon Boat Races, and a Polka Breakfast on Sunday. Now you'll know you're in Sheboygan!

With all there is to do in the Park and the local community events we are still planning on riding bicycles.  The club has reserved two campsites, so camping is limited 12 campers and car pooling is recommended. 
 
Hosts: Mike & Mary Biskobing 262-334-8140 or team_m_and_m@yahoo.com.

 Wheelmen To Ride Highwheelers on Hank Aaron State Trail July 20

  
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Member of The Wheelmen ride at Old World WisconsinJuly 2014
CONTACT:
Kristin Gilpatrick, Marketing Manager
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
kristin.gilpatrick@wisconsinhistory.org
608-264-6465
Old-Time Bikes to Cruise Milwaukee Sunday morning July 20
Catch"Wheel Fever" with The Wheelmen as they ride high-wheelers and old-time bicycles along Milwaukee's Hank Aaron State Trail from near the corner of 36thStreet and Milwaukee Road in Milwaukee to the lakefront and backon Sunday morning,July 20th.
Meet The Wheelmen - members of an international organization of antique bicycle enthusiasts - at10 a.m.at the Wisconsin DNR's Hank Aaron State Trail informational sign, located at the parking lot next to Charter Wire off of Milwaukee Road between 36thStreet and Canal Street. There, authors of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press book,Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State, Nick Hoffman and Jesse Gant, will share details of Milwaukee bicycling history. After the talk, the authors will join The Wheelmen on a bike ride to the lakefront. The public is invited to bike along for free at their own leisure and risk.
The Wheelmen will leave the 36thStreet and Milwaukee Road area around10:20 amand ride a little over 13 miles along the Hank Aaron State Trail and to the Lake Michigan shoreline and back. They are expected to return to the starting point aroundnoon. A brief stop for bicycling history questions is planned on the trail near the Harley-Davidson Museum (a business born from the bicycling boom) and again at the lakefront.
The bike ride is hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishers of "Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State" and a division of the Wisconsin Historical Society. The Wheelmen are in Wisconsin to attend their international convention at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee ride is part of several events in which the group - along with theauthors of "Wheel Fever" - is participating to further the education about early bicycling history in Wisconsin. Learn more about other "Catch Wheel Fever" events at the Wisconsin Historical Society'sOld World Wisconsinliving history site.
The Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishing the best of
Wisconsin history and culture, since 1855
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Media:For more information about the Milwaukee ride, "Catch Wheel Fever" events, or to set up an interview or photo opportunity, please contact the Wisconsin Historical Society Press at608-264-6465orwhspress@wisconsinhistory.org.



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For Immediate Release
 

Member of The Wheelmen ride at Old World WisconsinJuly 2014
CONTACT:
Kristin Gilpatrick, Marketing Manager
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
kristin.gilpatrick@wisconsinhistory.org 
608-264-6465
Old-Time Bikes to Cruise Milwaukee Sunday morning July 20
   
Catch  "Wheel Fever" with The Wheelmen as they ride high-wheelers and old-time bicycles along Milwaukee's Hank Aaron State Trail from near the corner of 36th Street and Milwaukee Road in Milwaukee to the lakefront and back on Sunday morning, July 20th.
 
Meet The Wheelmen - members of an international organization of antique bicycle enthusiasts - at 10 a.m. at the Wisconsin DNR's Hank Aaron State Trail informational sign, located at the parking lot next to Charter Wire off of Milwaukee Road between 36th Street and Canal Street. There, authors of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press book, Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State, Nick Hoffman and Jesse Gant, will share details of Milwaukee bicycling history. After the talk, the authors will join The Wheelmen on a bike ride to the lakefront. The public is invited to bike along for free at their own leisure and risk.
 
The Wheelmen will leave the 36th Street and Milwaukee Road area around 10:20 am and ride a little over 13 miles along the Hank Aaron State Trail and to the Lake Michigan shoreline and back. They are expected to return to the starting point around noon. A brief stop for bicycling history questions is planned on the trail near the Harley-Davidson Museum (a business born from the bicycling boom) and again at the lakefront.
 
The bike ride is hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishers of "Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State" and a division of the Wisconsin Historical Society. The Wheelmen are in Wisconsin to attend their international convention at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee ride is part of several events in which the group - along with the authors of "Wheel Fever" - is participating to further the education about early bicycling history in Wisconsin. Learn more about other "Catch Wheel Fever" events at the Wisconsin Historical Society's Old World Wisconsin living history site.
 
The Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishing the best of
Wisconsin history and culture, since 1855
# # #
Media: For more information about the Milwaukee ride, "Catch Wheel Fever" events, or to set up an interview or photo opportunity, please contact the Wisconsin Historical Society Press at608-264-6465 or whspress@wisconsinhistory.org.
  
 
  
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Member of The Wheelmen ride at Old World WisconsinJuly 2014
CONTACT:
Kristin Gilpatrick, Marketing Manager
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
kristin.gilpatrick@wisconsinhistory.org 
608-264-6465
Old-Time Bikes to Cruise Milwaukee Sunday morning July 20
   
Catch  "Wheel Fever" with The Wheelmen as they ride high-wheelers and old-time bicycles along Milwaukee's Hank Aaron State Trail from near the corner of 36th Street and Milwaukee Road in Milwaukee to the lakefront and back on Sunday morning, July 20th.
 
Meet The Wheelmen - members of an international organization of antique bicycle enthusiasts - at 10 a.m. at the Wisconsin DNR's Hank Aaron State Trail informational sign, located at the parking lot next to Charter Wire off of Milwaukee Road between 36th Street and Canal Street. There, authors of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press book, Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State, Nick Hoffman and Jesse Gant, will share details of Milwaukee bicycling history. After the talk, the authors will join The Wheelmen on a bike ride to the lakefront. The public is invited to bike along for free at their own leisure and risk.
 
The Wheelmen will leave the 36th Street and Milwaukee Road area around 10:20 am and ride a little over 13 miles along the Hank Aaron State Trail and to the Lake Michigan shoreline and back. They are expected to return to the starting point around noon. A brief stop for bicycling history questions is planned on the trail near the Harley-Davidson Museum (a business born from the bicycling boom) and again at the lakefront.
 
The bike ride is hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishers of "Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State" and a division of the Wisconsin Historical Society. The Wheelmen are in Wisconsin to attend their international convention at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee ride is part of several events in which the group - along with the authors of "Wheel Fever" - is participating to further the education about early bicycling history in Wisconsin. Learn more about other "Catch Wheel Fever" events at the Wisconsin Historical Society's Old World Wisconsin living history site.
 
The Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishing the best of
Wisconsin history and culture, since 1855
# # #
Media: For more information about the Milwaukee ride, "Catch Wheel Fever" events, or to set up an interview or photo opportunity, please contact the Wisconsin Historical Society Press at608-264-6465 or whspress@wisconsinhistory.org.
  
 
  
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For Immediate Release
 

Member of The Wheelmen ride at Old World WisconsinJuly 2014
CONTACT:
Kristin Gilpatrick, Marketing Manager
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
kristin.gilpatrick@wisconsinhistory.org 
608-264-6465
Old-Time Bikes to Cruise Milwaukee Sunday morning July 20
   
Catch  "Wheel Fever" with The Wheelmen as they ride high-wheelers and old-time bicycles along Milwaukee's Hank Aaron State Trail from near the corner of 36th Street and Milwaukee Road in Milwaukee to the lakefront and back on Sunday morning, July 20th.
 
Meet The Wheelmen - members of an international organization of antique bicycle enthusiasts - at 10 a.m. at the Wisconsin DNR's Hank Aaron State Trail informational sign, located at the parking lot next to Charter Wire off of Milwaukee Road between 36th Street and Canal Street. There, authors of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press book, Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State, Nick Hoffman and Jesse Gant, will share details of Milwaukee bicycling history. After the talk, the authors will join The Wheelmen on a bike ride to the lakefront. The public is invited to bike along for free at their own leisure and risk.
 
The Wheelmen will leave the 36th Street and Milwaukee Road area around 10:20 am and ride a little over 13 miles along the Hank Aaron State Trail and to the Lake Michigan shoreline and back. They are expected to return to the starting point around noon. A brief stop for bicycling history questions is planned on the trail near the Harley-Davidson Museum (a business born from the bicycling boom) and again at the lakefront.
 
The bike ride is hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishers of "Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State" and a division of the Wisconsin Historical Society. The Wheelmen are in Wisconsin to attend their international convention at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee ride is part of several events in which the group - along with the authors of "Wheel Fever" - is participating to further the education about early bicycling history in Wisconsin. Learn more about other "Catch Wheel Fever" events at the Wisconsin Historical Society's Old World Wisconsin living history site.
 
The Wisconsin Historical Society Press, publishing the best of
Wisconsin history and culture, since 1855
# # #
Media: For more information about the Milwaukee ride, "Catch Wheel Fever" events, or to set up an interview or photo opportunity, please contact the Wisconsin Historical Society Press at608-264-6465 or whspress@wisconsinhistory.org.
  
 
  
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 Bike Share Kiosks To Set Up Around Milwaukee This Summer 

 
By Megan Trimble of the Journal Sentinel
 
Several bike share kiosks are set to pop up across Milwaukee this summer.   Midwest BikeShare Inc., a nonprofit organization pushing to bring bike sharing to Milwaukee, aims to install six to eight pilot bike share stations within the next few months, according to Kevin Hardman, launch director.   Hardman said the group plans to release more specific plans with locations and partnering funders next month. The group is working with the city to determine the locations, but Hardman said there will be kiosks located in the central business district.
 
The organization set out to create a bike share program modeled after existing programs in other cities, including Madison and Minneapolis. The program allows people to rent bicycles for short trips and return them to any kiosk in the city. Each kiosk has about 10 bikes, depending on where bikes are returned.
 
Milwaukee has one kiosk, though expansion plans have been in the works for nearly two years.
 
The Common Council's Public Works Committee approved a resolution for the project in July 2012, directing the Milwaukee Department of City Development and the Department of Public Works to help Midwest BikeShare develop the program. The program was projected to be in place as soon as spring 2013, pending full council approval.

 
 
The program debuted in the city last July with a 10-bike rental kiosk opening at Discovery World on the lakefront. The kiosk operates as a demonstration site to illustrate the process because it is currently a single station and not part of a bike share network.   Read more at:
 

 Western Wisconsin's 400 State Trail Draws Thousands of Cyclists

  
By Brian E. Clark, Special to the Journal Sentinel
 
After Kathy De Nure tumbled down some stairs and broke her arm a decade ago, she was reluctant to get back on her bicycle. "I'm a musician, and I didn't want to risk any further damage," said De Nure, who represents Wonewoc on the board of the Friends of the 400 State Trail, a 22-mile-long bicycle route that runs along the scenic and free-flowing Baraboo River in Juneau and Sauk counties. For two years, she reluctantly went without riding.
 
"I couldn't stand not getting out on a bike," she said. So De Nure traded in her conventional, two-wheeled cycle for a more stable, low-riding three-wheeled Sun trike and ever since has been happily cruising the former rail line-turned hiking/cycling path that is just blocks from her home in Wonewoc.
 
She's not alone. Each year, as many as 40,000 cyclists take a spin on this relatively flat trail of crushed limestone on the old Chicago & Northwestern Railroad line. The trail's depot and starting point is in Reedsburg. It then runs through La Valle, Wonewoc and Union Center before ending in Elroy. Each of the towns is four to seven miles from the next.

 
In Elroy, the 400 joins the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, which runs 32 miles and travels through several tunnels. That trail connects with the La Crosse River State Trail at Sparta, which goes for an additional 22 miles. The last route in the link is the Great River State Trail, which is 24 miles long and ends near Trempealeau.
 
All together, these trails total 100 miles.



 Moab Is Waiting For You This November! Get Offroad With Trek Travel

 
Last Chance to Mountain Bike Moab
 
Moab is a small town in the middle of a vast sea of red rock and canyon lands of Utah; it sits on the Colorado River at the foot of the snow-capped La Sal Mountains. Whether Moab is your favorite place or a friend you haven't met yet, let us take you on a desert single track adventure that will rock your mountain biking world.


 
From the Slickrock Trail that put Moab on the mountain biking map to Porcupine Rim, Amasa Back, Pipe Dream and others, let Trek Travel take care of the details while you ride all the trails you've been dreaming about. Join us this Fall on a Trek Travel Ride Camp in Moab for a 5 day 4 night adventure in mountain biking.
 
Details about the trip can be found here:http://www.trektravel.com/trip/moab-ride-camp-bike-tour/
 
INCLUDED IN THE TRIP PRICE OF $1299:
• Use of a Trek Remedy 9 or Lush SL mountain bike
• One complimentary shuttle on arrival and departure day - Must reserve upon booking
• Nightly accommodations,Daily breakfast
• Dinners: 3
• Daily lunch of sandwich and fruit
• Daily rides with ride map
• Support vehicle for each day’s featured ride
• Two Trek Travel water bottles

 Lock Your Bike!!!


Spring is finally here and with that, comes the start of riding season. As cyclists dust off their bikes for the first ride of the season, they should be sure to grab all of their gear – including a good quality bike lock. Bicycle theft is an unfortunate occurrence and an increasing trend these past few years, and cyclists from the US are no exception.

According to the latest FBI Uniform Crime Report, from 2007 to 2011, bicycle theft in the United States rose (on average) 14% each year. On average, over 188,500 bicycle thefts are reported stolen each year in the United States, a statistic that in itself is staggering when one also considers the number of bicycle thefts that go unreported. 

Some US cities are starting to fight back against bicycle theft. In San Francisco, the city issued its first ever official look at the bike theft problem in 2013 and issued a goal to reduce bicycle theft in the city by at least 50% over the next 5 years. The city also created a bike registry to help combat the 70% rise in bicycle thefts since 2006. In both Los Angeles and San Diego, law enforcement is starting to fight back against bike theft by placing bikes with hidden GPS technology around the city and beach areas in hopes of catching a bike thief. In Boston, MBTA Transit Police created two-life sized cardboard
cutouts of police offers and placed them in two busy bike rack cages at Alewife Station to help prevent theft.

“It’s amazing how easily a bike can be stolen,” says Audrey Hanken, President of Markel Personal Lines Insurance. “We hear stories about bicycles being stolen from locked bike racks, cars, or even directly outside of their homes. We have also heard about thieves targeting hotels during bicycle road races, looking for opportunities to grab expensive bikes and run.”

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  New 2014 Wednesday Rides Scheduled!

Cream City Cycle Club rides are scheduled on Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. The June and July rides are on the calendar, and the schedule is filled out to mid-September. Each ride leader chooses his/her starting point, which is usually at a café or restaurant.  The ride length is usually between 25 and 35 miles and is a “no drop” ride.  Riders stay together, keep a comfortable pace, and check out the scenery. Cue sheets are are provided. 

Upcoming Rides:  
May 14 Jane Stoltz - South Milwaukee County - Sheridan's
May 21 William Dames - Sturdevant - Route 20 Outhouse Restaurant
May 28 Sharon Kliegman Nancy Notley  - Fresh Eco Cafe - Mequon Pavilion Shopping Center
June 4 - Renee Couture - Peachtree Restaurant - New Berlin
June 11 - Bill Dames - Elm Grove
June 18 Glenn Pastella - Cedarburg
June 25 - John Chaplock - Hales Corners - Open Flame Grill 
July 2 - Mike Sommers - Hubertus - Crossroads Restaurant
July 9 Don Kuehni - Butler - Butler Inn
July 16 - Jane Gellman - Big Cedar Lake - Cookout Lunch
July 23 - Glenn Pastella - Hubertus - Crossroads Restaurant
July 30 Renee Couture - TBD
August 6 Mark Steckhahn - Hubertus - Crossroads Restaurant
August 13 Jane Stoltz - Vermond Park - Pt Wash Deli
August 20 Jane Gellman - TBD
August 27 Glenn Pastella - Cedarburg - Covered Bridge Park
Sept 3 - John Chaplock - Hales Corners - Ferch's Grille 
Sept 10 Don Kuehni - TBD
Oct 8 Mike Sommers - Hubertus - Crossroads Restaurant
See the Ride and Event Calendar and Wed Ride Listings pages for detailed information.

Mobile Milwaukee Bike Map Now Available


Posted by Doug Shidell, March 17th , 2014. on Bikeverywhere.com  

The Milwaukee and SE Wisconsin Bike Map is now available for your phone or tablet. Called the SE Wisconsin Bike Map, it covers bike routes and trails in SE Wisconsin from the Illinois border to Port Washington and as far west as the South Kettle Moraine. With this map you can comfortably navigate from Milwaukee’s Downtown to the upscale tourist town of Lake Geneva or the Kettle Moraine. 

Explore the Oak Leaf Trail, Glacial Drumlin Trail, Ozaukee Interurban Trail, Hank Aaron Trail plus dozens of smaller trails and hundreds of miles of bicycle friendly roads. Version 1.0 is a prototype. The routes and trails are current, but it still needs some tweaks and design work. This version is free for testing and feedback. Please send comments through bikeverywhere.com. 

Get the App, Get the Map. 

1. Go to the App store or Google Play and search for “Avenza.” 
2. Download the free app. You only have to do this once. 
3. Then go to the Avenza Map Store by opening the App and clicking the “store” icon at the bottom of   the page. 
4. Search for “Bikeverywhere” in the search box. You will see all the maps developed so far by Bikeverywhere. 

Problems? Comments? Suggestions? Contact me through http://www.bikeverywhere.com/topic/milwaukee/ or on Facebook.
I’m looking to make this the best bike map you will ever use on your phone. Your feedback will help me make the improvements that you want the most.

     Cream City Cycle Club 2014 Century Classic Coming August 24

The 2014 CCCC Century Classic will be scheduled on Sunday, August 24th, one week before the Labor Day weekend.

The Century Classic has been a 30 year long tradition, and it was in danger of being cancelled for 2014. However, a new Century Committee has volunteered to plan and operate the event, so thanks are due to Brian Musha, Tim McAdams, and Ken Werley for stepping up to take charge of the many tasks and duties necessary to producing the 2014 Century. Watch this website for further news, and an opportunity for all CCCC members to volunteer for event registration, rest stop helper, sag driver, and other roles needed to make the 2014 CCCC Century Classic a big success!

 Cream City CC Buy & Sell Shoppe


FOR SALE Burley Duet Tandem – Red   - $1,300

Wide range of gearing suitable for both Climbing and Fast Cruising
Front gears 27 – 53, Rear Cassette 14 - 35
Avid Caliper Brakes, Arai Drum Brake
Shimano Ultegra STI Shifters
Separate Computers for Captain & Stoker
48 Spoke Front & Rear  Wheels
Front handlebar - Drop handlebar
Stoker handlebar - Flat upright handlebar
Rear rack

Contact Lee or Mary Fiegel  @  262-363-2679 (land line)
lmfiegel @centurytel.net



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CCCC Website Handy Tip #1

Here's an easy way to open the CCCC Ride & Events Calendar with one click, right from your Windows Desktop. (Sorry, Mac users, you'll have to do this with a Mac function). 

1. Right click anywhere on your PC desktop.
2. Select New > Shortcut from the popup menu.
3. In the Create Shortcut window that opens, in the field labeled "Type the location of the item:     then  enter "http://www.creamcitycycleclub.com/calendar" (without the quotes). 
4. Then click the Next button at bottom right of the window.
5. Type a name for the new shortcut, like "CCCC Web Calendar"
5. Click the Finish button at bottom right of the Create Shortcut window.

A new desktop icon should appear where you right-clicked to start the shortcut. Double clicking the icon should open the CCCC Events Grid View calendar for you.

That's it!











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