Shorewood is a diverse and thriving urban community nestled between Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee River, close to the City of Milwaukee and UWM. Shorewood combines big-city amenities with small-town accessibility. The business district along the Oakland Avenue and Capitol Drive corridor is comprised of unique shops, superb dining options and friendly service businesses. Residents and visitors can walk or bike anywhere in the Village.
Experience Shorewood on Race Day
Shorewood welcomes race fans. Come and stop by the block party happening at Kensington Square at 4500 Oakland and continue along the race course to experience over a dozen restaurants, bars, parklets and coffee shops. The starting line is at 4414 N. Oakland where you will find outdoor vendors offering great food, drink and giveaways throughout the day.
Come by bus or Bublr conveniently located along Oakland Avenue or park in several lots along Oakland, two in the 3500 block, or shared parking structures at 4022 Bartlett structure and 4115 Oakland.
View the Shorewood Criterium Cycling Classic website for full details.
Schedule of Events
|10:40am – 11:05am||Junior 9-12 Boys & Girls||25 min|
|11:10am – 11:35am||Junior 13-14 Boys & Girls||25 min|
|11:40am – 12:20pm||Category 4/5
Junior 15-16 & 17-18 Boys Cat 4/5
|12:30pm – 1:20pm||Category 3/4||50 min|
|1:30pm – 2:20pm||Category 2/3||50 min|
|2:30pm – 3:10pm||Category 3/4/5 Women
Junior 15-16 & 17-18 Girls Cat 3/4/5
|3:20pm – 4:20pm||Masters 40+, 50+ Cat 1/2/3||60 min|
|4:30pm – 5:10pm||Junior 15-16 & 17-18 Boys Cat 1/2/3||40 min|
|5:20pm – 6:20pm||Pro 1/2 Women||60 min|
|6:20pm – 7:00pm||Local Event||40 min|
|7:00pm – 8:30pm||Pro 1/2 Men||90 min|
The race promises an electric energy that will be shared, for the first time, across all racing categories. Four-corners with a bonus Formula 1 chicane and a big party at the finish always make Shorewood the perfect summer event for racers and spectators alike.
Start/Finish: N Oakland Ave & E Lake Bluff Blvd, Shorewood, WI 53211
Parking & Directions
From North: 43 South to Silver Spring East exit. Left onto Silver Spring east then right onto N. Port Washington Rd. Left onto Hampton Ave. then right onto N. Oakland Ave.
From South: 43 North to Capitol Dr. exit. Capitol Dr. east to Oakland Ave. then left onto Oakland Ave.
From West: 94 East to 43 North. Exit at Capitol Dr., east to Oakland Ave. then left onto Oakland Ave.
Shorewood was first established in 1917 and is the densest community in the state. Although Shorewood measures just over one square mile, it is known for its beautiful architectural homes, great schools, vibrant business district and walkability. Come see the Plensa sculpture at Atwater Park along Lake Michigan, experience the Ghost Train that runs twice a night along the Oak Leaf Capitol Drive Bridge, hop on the regional Oak Leaf Trail or experience the two beer gardens in Hubbard Park and Estabrook Park. To learn more about the Village, visit www.villageofshorewood.org or to find out more about the business district, visit www.shorewoodwi.com.
Ericka Lang, Executive Director
Shorewood Business Improvement District