**Starting June 22, 2020 medals will be mailed out for anyone that lives 30 miles out of the Wausau area.
If you do live within the area, you may stop down at the Visitor Center starting June 22nd to pick up your medal. Please take note that the Visitor Center is only open Monday thru Friday 10am to 4pm.**
Friday - Sunday, June 5th,6th,and 7th, 2020
We are keeping the above race dates, however, because of the Covid-19 Virus and Safer At Home Legislation we have made changes to the event.
The event will now be a self timed race available for three days. Take a photo using GPS or similar and submit those results electronically to Wisport. The race will be available from Friday June 5th at noon until Sunday June 7th at 7:00 pm.
There is only Online Registration. Registration will close at 7:00 pm. on Sunday June 7th.
More info is below. If you do have questions you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
-Roads will remain open and no volunteers will be directing traffic.
-Races subject to change/cancellation at any point due to state/national quarantine orders.
-Medals will be awarded for all age group winners.
-50 Wisport points awarded to all participants (thoughts on this Andrea/RJ)?
-There will be no facilities available at the start/finish line.
-Courses will open and marked by noon on Friday and close by 7:00 pm on Sunday.
-Times need to be reported to Andrea at Wisport by the following Wednesday.
-You can email Andrea at Adurene@hotmail.com
Safe Sports Practices: www.visitwausau.com/safe-sports-practices
Course Changes for 2020:
Foot down starts for both races.
Race up Rib Mt TT turns right at the stoplight now. Go all the way down Hummingbird Rd. to stop lights then go right up Rib Mt.
Do not turn at Bone and Joint driveway like in past years. The Race also ends at the tower.
Berlin TT is also different. Course # 2. Right turns with two U turns.
Both courses will be well marked.
Race to the top of Rib Mountain State Park
Race will begin at Quality Inn
2901 Hummingbird Road
Wausau, WI 54401
Race Course Map: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/3153255553
Traditional TT Race
Town of Berlin Hall
11248 Berlin Lane
Athens, WI 54411
Race Course Map: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/3154782913
Youth Race: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/3154788481
Race Director Peter Mahler has offered his cell phone is anyone has trouble or problems while competing at
the Berlin Time Trials this weekend.
He will be available all three days of the event so don't hesitate to call if you have a problem or emergency. Peter: 715-409-3722
Online Registration ONLY
Registration open until 7:00 pm Sunday night June 7th, 2020
For detailed times please see schedule below.
ENTRY FEES & DEADLINES:
Online Registration ONLY
Friday Only Race Up Rib Mtn. - $15
Saturday Only Berlin Time Trial - $25
Saturday Youth (19 & Under) - $15
Both Races - $30
Printable Registration Form - All athletes MUST sign the Badger State Games Printable Waiver Form online during registration or on the printable registration forms at check-in. Please the form completely out or it will not be accepted.
Friday night race will have beverages on the top of Rib Mountain and again at the Quality Inn after the race. If you are driving up Rib Mountain with your vehicle you will need a State Park Sticker - many options are available but the cheapest is a one-hour pass for $5.
Saturday Youth Race: Starting at 9:00 am at Town of Berlin Hall. 6 Mile (3 miles out and then turn back) flat course.
(Age determined as of first date of event)
FRIDAY: Check in is available beginning at 5:00 pm. First racer will go out at 7:00 pm and then every 30 seconds after that.
SATURDAY: Check in will begin at 8:30 am. First racer will go out at 10:3 0am and then every 30 seconds after that.
The “Best of” Series will be separated into two individual categories:
WiSport Members are automatically signed up for these two “Best Ofs” when they pay for membership. A member does not need to participate in TTs to be eligible for the RR series, or vice versa. The “Best Ofs” will still be in the already-outlined 5-year age increments