Though there will be no Riverwest24 this year, the event resumes in spirit with "registration" that opened over the weekend - and for a good cause.
But organizers plan to return for 2021.
Summer is here "and so is a new interest in biking in Milwaukee and around the country. So Carolyn Weber, the assistant manager of DreamBikes, had the idea of setting up a bike drive on Sunday, June 14.
Practice celestial-distancing and log miles towards the moon's circumference in support of the Wisconsin Bike Fed.
On late Friday - after numerous other cities around the country limited traffic on some streets to make room for pedestrians and bikes - the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County announced the Active Streets initiative to, "provide additional temporary recreation spaces for people to safely engage in physical activities such as walking, biking, or running," during the pandemic.
To be competitive riders manifest their technical skills across a variety of turns, terrains, barriers and straight-up open chases.
Andy Pickett is taking a motorcycle to the Bonneville Salt Flats in August in an attempt to bring a land speed record back to Milwaukee. But this record attempt isn't just about trying to go faster; it's also about completing a plan hatched between two friends.
Milwaukee is a city with a diverse history, and the Wisconsin Bike Fed aims to celebrate these histories at the Polish Moon Ride on Friday, June 21 starting at 5 p.m.
Find your closest shop and get your bike tuned up for Wisconsin Bike Week.
Rides that challenge all riders and offer unforgettable experiences.
Over the last decade it has attracted thousands of people to get dressed up in red white and green and take to two wheels for a holiday Halloween of sorts.
It's quite impressive the level of nimbleness and control seasoned players can achieve while swooping in to block a shot, tangling mallets together, whipping back to catch a pass, and smacking the ball between the two wheels of an opponent, all without putting a foot on the ground.
For its 115th anniversary, Harley-Davidson has a whole calendar of events to celebrate. We gathered a number of them in one easy guide for you.
The three nights of racing will take place periodically in different parking garages around the city, and are open to anyone with any bicycle.
When Tonieh Welland joined a bike club a few years ago, it bothered her to be the only black woman in a group of more than 100 riders. So she started her own chapter of Black Girls Do Bike, a group specifically for women of color, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.