Two Milwaukee Bicycle Company racers earned age group medals in Rhinelander, the second stop of WORS.
Citizen racer Chip Way, pictured below, won his age group and placed 10th overall!
Victoria Pink also won her age group in the Sport division and placed 8th overall for the women!
Rick Walls, racing in the tough Comp division, finished 8th in his age group and 27th overall.
WORS is the largest mountain bike series in the U.S. The third stop in the series is the Battle of Camrock at the Camrock 3 County Park in Rockdale, WI.
WORS has several divisions so that everyone can race. Beginning racers start in Citizen, move up to Sport for more challenging and longer events. The next step is Comp, meant for regional-level riders. The top riders race Elite and Pro events.
Several MBC racers will be heading to the Wisconsin Endurance Mountain Bike Series (WEMS) event next weekend at the Southern Kettle Moraine Emma Carlin state park.
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