BICYCLING KIERSTIN KLOECKNER “At about 3 am this morning I felt the blood flowing in my toes again.” – Dan
BY DAVE FOLEY Thunderstorms? Yes we knew they were possible but not until evening according to the forecast. It is
PADDLING BY RICH PALZEWIC EDITOR The Des Plaines River Canoe & Kayak Marathon was first held in 1957 after founder
BY DAVE FOLEY It was the line-up of cars jamming the school driveway dropping kids off that really bothered Ty
BY BRUCE STEINBERG With the film industry’s 90th Academy Awards show over and all Oscars handed out, I’ve thought to
BY MIKE MCFADZEN The Wisconsin State Park System has always been a success story. Forward thinking leaders from bygone times
Paralympian Mia Zutter of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, was one of several Midwest cross-country skiers who left their mark this season.
BY RICH PALZEWIC EDITOR When I bicycled across the country in the summer of 2000, I had it made. Granted,
BY DAN STEGER On a March weekend in 2017, I and about 600 other fat-bike enthusiasts headed up to Cable
BY REBECCA BARTON-DAVIS PADDLING In my neck of the woods this time of year, the ski and paddling seasonal overlap.
CHARLIE DEE CROSS COUNTRY SKIING Steve Biggs would recognize Gary Engstrom anywhere. The reverse was not true until recently. They