Day 1: Thursday, June 21, 2018

Kenosha YMCA Food, Folks and Spokes

Experience Kenosha on Race Day

Enjoy excellent food from a large variety of vendors, experience community with local business & non-profit vendors, carnival games, family games, rock climbing wall, bounce houses, stage entertainment and bands: 11am-10pm.

Schedule of Events

Race Time Category Length
11:45am – 12:25pm Category 3/4/5 Women 40 min
12:35pm – 1:15pm Category 4/5 40 min
1:25pm – 2:15pm Masters 3/4 40+, 50+, 60+ 50 min
2:25pm – 3:15pm Category 3 50 min
3:25pm – 4:25pm Masters 1/2/3 40+, 50+, 60+ 60 min
4:35pm – 5:35pm Pro 1/2 Women 60 min
5:45pm – 6:20pm Handcycle H1/2, H3/4/5, Women Open 35 min
6:20pm – 7:00pm Local Event 40 min
7:00pm – 8:30pm Pro 1/2 Men 90 min

Course Description

Kenosha is the lead off event of the 11-day tour of America’s Dairyland. This classic four-corner flat criterium is bolstered by an amazing community party going on during the Food, Folks and Spokes event.

Race Map

Start/Finish: 5835 8th Ave, Kenosha WI 53140

Kenosha YMCA Food, Folks and Spokes Race Map

More Information

Parking & Directions

Food, Folks & Spokes Festival will be on the grounds of Simmons Library (711 59th Pl, Kenosha, WI 53140). The surrounding streets will be blocked off for the races. Visitors should head to Sheridan Road and about 60th Street and from there look for open parking.

From Milwaukee: South on I-94, east at Hwy 158, go approx. 7 miles, turn right on Sheridan Road, go approx. 1 mile, heading towards 60th Street

From Chicago: North on I-94, east at Hwy 50, go approx. 8 miles, turn left on Sheridan Road, go approx. 2 miles, heading towards 60th Street

Explore Kenosha

Located along the shore of Lake Michigan, the City of Kenosha has just over 100,000 residents and is Wisconsin’s fourth largest city. It’s a city that boasts small town charm and friendliness, but still offers a wealth of urban conveniences for a memorable visit. You’ll find miles of beaches and lakefront parks perfect for picnics, walks, kite flying and outdoor concerts. Its harbor is home to countless charter fishing and pleasure boats, as well as one of the Great Lakes’ last wooden schooners, Tall Ship Red Witch. During the summer months, weekends are filled with lakefront festivals, art fairs, historical re-enactments, and classic car shows that pay homage to the City’s auto making history. Cultural amenities are also prevalent here, with a flourishing arts scene and an emphasis on history, heritage and education. The City’s public museum system is among its jewels, featuring the Kenosha Public Museum, The Civil War Museum and Dinosaur Discovery Museum — all Smithsonian Institution Affiliates.

Race Sponsors

Local Contacts

Chris Finkel
Sponsorship
(262) 654-9622 ext. 213
cfinkel@kenoshaymca.org

Christine Vandyke
Volunteers & Operations
(262) 654-9622 ext. 214
cvandyke@kenoshaymca.org