Reforestation Ramble Report

The Reforestation Camp offers Great Riding and Racing!

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August 27, 2013


The WORS Report gives fans of the Wisconsin Off Road Series a look at the previous weekend's racing. The WORS reporter, Todd Nutter, is back this week to recap one of the most popular races of WORS.


The Reforestation Ramble is one of the more popular races and for good reason. It's a fun course with a good mix of singletrack and fire roads. This past weekend's racing was fast and furious as expected. Listen in to hear from Todd, as well as Kathy from WIN Cycling, and race director Shawn Hauser of the Titletown Flyers Cycling Team.



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About the race:


"With 1600 acres of forest land at the Brown County Reforestation Camp….there is plenty of room for the marathon format of racing to continue to flourish in Suamico, WI at the Reforestation Ramble.  WORS continues to offer a variety of different courses to keep the racing fresh, the Ramble is definitely a bit different than the rest with longer laps containing a nice mix of single track, double track…..and the energy zapping rolling hills that have become a must have feature of the Reforestation Ramble.  The laps are fast, the single track flows, the double track is wide open…..the speed trap will be in full effect and pack racing may just be the ticket…..if you can hold on to the wheel in front of you?  The sandy based soil holds up well no matter what the weather, so fast fun racing is a guarantee when you take the start line at the Reforestation Ramble.  The late August date serves as a nice warm-up for the Chequamegon 40, which takes place just a few weeks after the Ramble.  So come on out to the Reforestation Ramble for one last tune up for the 40 or to simply push yourself like never before!"



Related Show Links:

Wisconsin Off Road Series Website

WORS Youtube Channel

WORS Twitter

WORS Facebook

WIN Cycling

Titletown Flyers Facebook Page

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