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Gravel Bike Racing

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Summer 2020 New Updates for Rides & Races on Mountain Bike, Gravel, and Trail.


This is a summer to set your own schedule.  Ride or run any event  alone or in a small group for Badger State Games awards or just to enjoy a wonderful route.  Report all of your Underdown racing results here!

Map of all courses.  

While using this map you may check and uncheck courses to focus on your events.  Underdown trails will have some great re-routes in June so you’ll just have to wait for the updates.   Courses will have limited marking this year.

Gravel Rides - Open now for self-reported finishes through August 31st.

Badger State BURGR 95: The 9th running of this remote course that includes fast gravel and rough fire lanes through Lincoln, Langlade and Oneida Counties.  This course is totally self-supported this year, although Fork Horners has great food and drink at the finish.  Register through the Badger State Games to be eligible for awards.  Proceeds go toward trail improvements like the new Underdown Lake boardwalk.  GPX File

Fork Horners 47: The 7th running of this jaunt along fast country gravel.  This ride is totally unsupported this year.  Register through the Badger State Games to be eligible for awards. GPX File

TTT103: The 5th running of a rustic expedition from Tomahawk over Timm’s Hill and back via Tripoli.  This free ride is self-navigated and self-supported, but there are chances to buy food in Ogema, Tripoli and the Windmill.  GPX File

Willow 68: An upgrade to the TT63, this scenic route will circumnavigate the Willow Flowage past the breathtaking sites of Gobler Lake and the Elk River climb. GPX File

Windmill 33: This is a mellow excursion along winding county roads, a remote fire lane and the Hiawatha Trail with a stop at the Windmill for ice cream if you like.  GPX File


Mountain Bike Challenges - Open August 1st with interesting re-routes completed.

Oktoberfest 13: Out to the high point on the same singletrack used by the half marathon.  Register with WEMS to be eligible for awards.  Proceeds go towards trail improvements like the new Underdown Lake boardwalk.  Route marking and GPX file in the works.

Thunderdown in the Underdown 33mile:  Still rowdy since 1989.  The legend of 70 hills, four lakes and the Prairie Dells gorge. Register with WEMS to be eligible for awards.  Proceeds go towards trail improvements like the new Underdown Lake boardwalk.  Route marking and GPX file in the works.

Hundred Down in the Underdown: Become one of the few to complete two or three laps for 100 miles and 10,000 vertical feet. Register with WEMS to be eligible for awards.  Proceeds go towards trail improvements like the new Underdown Lake boardwalk.  

Unduro Downhill: A six mile loop timed via Strava using the Disconnector, Oktoberfest and Connector trails.  Lowest total time down seven downhills in a single ride wins.  Race will open once the bulldozed run down the Ice Ridge is rebuilt with jumplines and flow.

Underdown - Roche Epic: Over 130 miles of self-supported trail riding that will include Underdown, Harrison Hills, Parrish Hills, Jack Lake, Crocker Hills and Nicolet-Roche.  You are seriously on your own out there.  This route traces the terminal moraine of the last glaciation so it is all hills!  GPX file in the works.

Trail Runs  - Open August 1st with interesting re-routes completed. 
Register at Underdown Trails to be eligible for awards. Route marking and GPX file in the works. 

Dog Lake 10k: A rolling run on Ice Age Trail and other singletrack out to the shelter and back.

Oktoberfest Half Marathon: Out to the high point past three lakes on the same singletrack used by the 13 mile bike race.

Anderson Lake Marathon: A marathon of pure singletrack and hills all the way.

Prairie Dells 50k: The legend of 70 hills, four lakes and the Prairie Dells gorge.



Saturday, July 11th, 2020

Location:  Z's Fork Horners
N4297 County Rd. X
Gleason, WI



Schedule

July 11th, 2020:  Gravel Grind

8th edition of the BURGR95 starting at 9:00 am

Registration Check in Starting at 8:00 am at Z's Fork Horners

map:

6th edition of the Fork Horners 47 starting at 12:00 noon

Registration Check in Starting at 8:00 am at Z's Fork Horners

map:

Both start and finish at Fork Horners

BSG medals to top 3 male and female in both

Self-navigated by GPS or cue sheet

$20 registration


BURGR95 course will measure 95.5 miles including 66.2 miles on grave l, rough fire
roads, fast single lanes and plenty of climbing. This ride is self-navigated through the
wilderness of Lincoln, Langlade, and Oneida counties, unsupported except for one drop
bag point at mile 42.
 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.

FULL COURSE MAP

Old School Cue Sheets

2019 Results


Questions

Sport Specific Questions: Contact Event Director: Chris Schotz undergroundunderdown@gmail.com or Jason Plansky plansky.jason@gmail.com


Online Registration/Website Questions: Contact the Badger State Games office at 715-355-8788 or 
info@badgerstategames.org


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