Highlights from the spring meeting
(held during a snow storm)
Details to follow
Weekly rides will begin in May (weather permitting)
Monday evening women’s rides meeting at the hospital. First ride Mon. May 5. Meet at the hospital parking lot on Fifth Ave. just east of the hospital at 5:30. Details are described in Upcoming Events
Tuesday morning rides meeting at the public library parking lot (10am in early spring and late summer/fall and 9am in summer). Routes are determined at the time.
Wednesday evening rides meeting at the courthouse parking lot at 5:15. Rides generally split into smaller groups that go at varying speeds and distances. Routes are determined at the time.
Bike Rode: Teaching kids bike safety and skills:
May 17 starting at 9:30am at Field St. playground
Volunteers are needed, setting up at 9am.
Gartzke Work Day: Trail Maintenance
Sat. June 7 starting at 8am
We are ordering more Antigo Bike and Ski Club jerseys, cost is $70. If you are interested, contact the club. Club president Katelyn Filbrandt is modeling the jersey while skiing at Gartzke.
New Board Members:
Terms for president Katelyn Filbrandt and board member Ralph Utke have expired. They have been replaced by Alan Berger and Don Mollet. Thank you Katelyn and Ralph for your work.
Our full schedule of events is on the Upcoming Events page.
Next Club Event:
Attention All Bicyclists:
Regularly Scheduled weekly Rides: Spring is coming!
There are three regular weekly bike rides in the area. Rides will start in May. Watch for further details.
New Riding Opportunity: The city has established a mile long loop for a single track bike trail just south of Antigo (N1985 Dump Rd.) This is the site of the old landfill which has been capped. This effort was made possible through collaboration between the city and the Antigo Bike & Ski Club. Watch for updates on further work.
Call the city office for information about an opening date and details (715.623.3633
The city greatly appreciates the support and vision of Josh Zalewski and all the time
he spent flagging the trail and attending meetings. Brady Koss did an excellent
job assisting the trail crew with placing the initial loop last fall.
Gartzke has an official address of W6379 Fifth Ave.