The Wisconsin Cyclocross Series does not run regular practices, but some practices are run by individual race organizers or teams of volunteers.

It’s raining today. Is practice cancelled?

Mud is kind of our thing. Thus, most practices are run in all weather; however, to find out if a practice has been cancelled, please contact the associated organizer.

If you would like to add your practice to this page, feel free to send it our way.

West Bend

Organizer: West Bend Cyclocross

Details: Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at Royal Oaks Park

  • August 4
  • August 11
  • August 18
  • August 25
  • September 1
  • September 8
  • September 15
  • September 22

This informal practice series is free! Riders of all skill levels are welcome! Whether you are preparing for the racing season or you just want to see what cyclocross is all about, this series is for you. The 1-mile course features mostly turf surface with tight corners, barriers, challenging climbs and fast descents.

We respect public park space. Practice will be cancelled if the course is wet.

More info


Organizer: Neff Cycle Service Team

Details: The first four practices will include a clinic portion for those who are looking to get into or improve their cyclocross skills! Courses will be set-up by approx 5pm with practice starting at 5:30pm. There will be a practice race each week starting at 6pm.


Practice #1

Organizer: Gelbbrücke – Spirit of Sport and Palomino American Cyclocross

Details: Practice for fun and competition is held on Wednesdays at 5:30 and runs until at least 6:30, or whenever folks get tired. Learn about cross in a welcoming environment. Open to all ages and skill levels.

Practice #2

Organizer: Brian Matter of Linear Sport and Chad Hartley of Adapt Cycling

Details: A free skills clinic open to riders of all abilities. Come out and work on your cyclocross technique and skills. $5 donation to the Chris Kegel Foundation is recommended. More info.


Organizer: Casey Hildebrandt

Wednesdays at 5PM at 3M Park

Our local course features a short, but punchy lap with a steep run up, off camber turns, barriers, and an optional sand pit.

Typical format:
– Warm up lap(s)
– Hot/race laps (pyramid format)
– Cool down lap

We can also work on specific skills if anyone would like to! These can include: dismounts/remounts, shouldering, sand skills, cornering, and bunny hopping.

Meet & park at lot on South end (dead end) of 5th Avenue.