Photo album: Hansi Johnson’s IMBA weekend at Ray’s Indoor Bike Park in Milwaukee

Dave Cizmas and Hansi JohnsonHansi Johnson nails the tabletop in the micro-rhythm section at Ray'sHansi Johnson (IMBA) and Charlie Johnson  (LAMBA)
Hansi Johnson, IMBA’s Midwest Regional Director (his IMBA blog is here, his Universal Klister blog is here), organized a two-days-for-the-price-of-one weekend for IMBA members at Ray’s Indoor Bike Park in Milwaukee over the weekend.

I’ll have more to blog about my memorable experiences in the coming days but for now, see the large slideshow of 50 photos (recommended) or SLOW CLICK this small slideshow (apologies for some of the crappy smartphone photos):

Update 5 PM: an 8-second video clip of Hansi on the Micro Rhythm feature:

Update Jan. 22, 7:30 am: an album of 140 photos of all areas of the park. I took these early on Saturday morning before it got busy so I could climb around without getting run over.  The photos are boring because there are no people in them.

See the large slideshow or this small slideshow:


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6 thoughts on “Photo album: Hansi Johnson’s IMBA weekend at Ray’s Indoor Bike Park in Milwaukee”

  1. Good seeing you again this weekend Griff, and thanks for taking all the pictures! Looking forward to learning from and riding with you in the coming months!

  2. Hey Frank, that was one fun weekend. Glad you & your buddies, Mitch and Mike Mohs, were able to be there. More blog posts coming.

    I’m going to take you up on your offer of a guided tour of the Battle Creek trails. Here’s the blog post on the only time I’ve been there.

  3. I just added an album of 140 photos of all areas of the park. I took them early on Saturday morning before it got busy so I could climb around without getting run over. The photos are boring because there are no people in them. See the bottom of the blog post above.

  4. Jeff, I don’t officially represent IMBA; I’m just a happy member. But I’ll make sure Hansi Johnson, the Midwest Rep for IMBA, sees your comment.

    Thanks to you, Derek Slates, and the rest of your Milwaukee staff for making it a great weekend.

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