News & Events

 

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Group Rides Starting

Group rides will be held on Thursday nights at 6PM, ready to ride. All riders should meet at the chalet near the trail head. These are group lead rides by local CWOCC members in three main levels:

• RECREATIONAL (Green)  5-7 miles at a slow to moderate pace. Very little rock gardens.
• SPORT (Blue) 7-10 miles at a moderate pace. Rock Gardens are on the table.
• ADVANCED (Black) 10-15 miles at a fast pace. Everything is fair game.

HELMETS REQUIRED

No one will be dropped from the rides. Come on out and explore 9-mile single track with riders who know their way around.

Fill out the attached rider waiver and present to the rider leaders. download pdf

 


 

 

Nine Mile is Open!!

The Nine Mile Bike trails will open for the season at noon, Friday, May 1, 2015.


 

CWOCC MEMBER 2015 MEETING.

Tuesday, January 6th, 6:30 PM at the Great Dane, CWOCC will be hosting a meeting for all CWOCC members. Cash Bar and hor devours will be served. We will be giving you updates on current CWOCC activities, acknowledging last year’s donors well as the trail crews and their contributions. See you there!!


 

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New Signage and Maps

Last year, CWOCC was given the go-a-head from the County to move forward with the new loop system that we proposed early 2013. We will be closing and adding new trails to make less intersections and random offshoots that confused the occasional Nine Mile rider. Our trail crews are working hard to reroute these areas for this riding season. As the trails open you will see new features to 9 mile including:

• CWOCC, with a grant from IMBA/Competative Cyclist, created new signage and is in the process of installing the new signs throughout the Nine Mile Trail System as trails are finished.

• A new map/brochure is in production highlighting the new trail system and our donors who contributed to CWOCC.

• The County has built a 8-sided kiosk and will be installed sometime this riding season. The kiosk will house a 3′ x 2′  trail map and other CWOCC and Nordic Club Information

 


 

group

Group Rides

Group rides will be held on Thursday nights at 6PM. These are group lead rides by local CWOCC members in three main levels:

• Green (beginner) 5-7 miles at a slow to moderate pace. Very little rock gardens.
• Blue (intermediate) 7-10 miles at a moderate pace. Rock Gardens are on the table.
• Black (advanced) 10-15 miles at a fast pace. Everything is fair game.

No one will be dropped from the rides. Come on out and explore 9-mile single track with riders who know their way around.

 


 

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Grant Awarded to CWOCC

A $13500 grant was awarded to CWOCC , April 2014. The grant money is going to  the rental of a Vermeer skid steer to help with trail building as well as cover trailer to house the skid steer and misc trail tools. Support for the project was provided through the Wausau-Marathon County Fund or the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin.