Hit-and-run driver kills 50-year-old man on bicycle

A hit-and-run driver killed a 50-year-old man riding a bicycle on Appleton Avenue in Germantown about 8:15 Sunday night, and police reported an arrest in the case late Monday. Police Chief Peter Hoell identified the victim as Keith Habenicht, 50, a father of two, who was biking home from the store. He died less than [...]


unReal Movie/Mountain Bike Fundraiser

Dirt Tester Matt here, hello fellow dirt testers, I hope the dirt has been treating you well. I am working to keep you in the lead, and up to date on what’s happening around our great state as it relates to all things mountain biking.   We recently shared with you the CAMBA Gala information [...]


Mobile Bike Repair Program Comes Home

The Bike Fed worked with Layton Boulevard West Neighbors and State Farm to create the Bici Hub, Milwaukee’s first Mobile Bike repair done on a cargo trike with e-assist. The Mobile Bike Hub is a traveling bicycle repair shop that repairs and services bicycles for the residents of the Layton Boulevard West neighborhood, a mostly [...]


Please “Go Fund Me” says the Eagle Scout

It’s great to see young people. doing great work in the community!  Here is a story that one Taylor Waddell asked us to post on his behalf. Greetings! My name is Taylor Waddell I am a Boy Scout with Troop 558 in West  Allis  and I am currently working on my Eagle Scout Project. First [...]


Complete Streets Still in Play

  After a month of delays the state budget is moving again. Yesterday the Joint Finance Committee completed its work on the 2015-2017 spending plan. Thanks so much to all our members who contacted the committee and their own legislators since the budget was introduced back in February. We scored some victories: We beat the [...]