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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's newbreweries

Chris, You're out. Sorry ,but gotta draw the line somewhere. Joe From: tosaspokesmen@yahoogroups.com [mailto:tosaspokesmen@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Joe Luedtke
4:47 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's newbreweries

I'm not exactly a big beer guy ( that admission is probably enough to get me booted from the Spokesmen ) so I'll leave the planning to McArdle.
drbeyer6331
4:19 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

Challenge accepted. I've got a whole week in Mexico to plan that. ... Challenge accepted. I've got a whole week in Mexico to plan that. On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at
Christopher McArdle
1:09 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

I reserved this website a year ago, specifically for the occasion Chris!! (no joke) www.6x6ride.com I figured we could figure out how to sample 6 brews and
Jason Kayzar
1:06 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

Actually that article is just a drop in the bucket. There are probably about a dozen new microbreweries and brewpubs that opened last year or will open this
Ben Barbera
1:05 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

That's what I'm talking about!! Motors? Marriage proposals?? I thought we were supposed to limit our banter to beer and bikes! ~ Jason Kayzar
Jason Kayzar
1:03 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

And would be adding beer worth drinking. Other than Black Husky, not too sure on the other new ones in the article. I was just talking to a fellow beer guy at
Christopher McArdle
1:02 PM
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Re: How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

This would be too short for a Spokemen ride. Adding the Raised Grain in Waukesha, and Biloba Brewing in Brookfield would make it a great day's ride. Robb
Pieper, Robb
1:00 PM
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Re: Motor

 http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/a19366/heres-how-that-cyclist-hid-a-motor-in-her-bike/ According to this article, 100-150 watts at the cranks.
mark rickert
12:47 PM
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How to plan a one-day tour of Milwaukee's new breweries

Beyer/McArdle- please chart the official Spokesmen route by Spring: http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/blog/2016/02/how-to-plan-a-one-day-tour
Jason Kayzar
12:03 PM
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Re: Motor

Minimal power output from these things. Just enough to help you create a gap in most instances. Which, at the highest level is a HUGE advantage! There is not a
    Derocher, Frederick
    10:56 AM
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    Re: Motor

    ….or put a motor in your CX bike….. ;-) Frederick Derocher, CLF, LUTCF Financial Representative Office 262-784-1351 Fax 262-784-1488
      Derocher, Frederick
      10:50 AM
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      Re: Indoor Cycling Relay Supports Down Syndrome Association of Wisco

      Sounds like fun - I could do part of it - may have to coach a basketball game in between - little Pete ... On Fri, 2/12/16, Jon Leach jon.leach@...
      Pete Sullivan
      10:44 AM
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      Re: Motor

      I was just curious how the "mechanical doping" worked.  I find it hard to believe you can fit a motor in a seat tube with enough power to gain an advantage.
      Brian Halm
      10:35 AM
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      Re: Motor

      Or get a CX rig and be a bad-ass and run with your bike.... bc On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 12:19 PM, 'Pieper, Robb' Robb.Pieper@...
      Brien Christopherson
      10:33 AM
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