From I94 take HWY S (Washington Road) east about 5 miles and turn right onto 22nd, and make a left turn into Washington Park. Due to expressway construction, it is best to use the Hwy E exit from the north, and the Hwy 158 exit from the south.
The Washington Park Velodrome is a 333M banked oval located at the east end of the park. Enter the park off of 22nd street. There are restrooms and water by the pool and a parking lot. The velodrome surface is textured, but is not raceable when wet (racing will be cancelled by 11am if track is wet).
1K Time Trial--this is a standing start 3 laps with holders allowed for the start
Lap Races--The actual combination of racers in each race will depend on entries. The first racer in each race to complete the number of laps ends the race, and everyone else completes that lap that they are on, regardless of class. Racers are scored based on their placing in their class. This is not a time trial, so drafting of any other racer is allowed.
One fee, $20, for the day ($10 for Juniors), for each class raced, no license is needed
See www.recumbents.com/hpra for the HPRA racing rules
Wheel & Sprocket has been sponsoring this event for over 20 years--check out their website for bike info and on-line store.
Check out http://www.recumbents.com/ for general recumbent bike info, and click on the link for The WISIL HPVers for HPV info, including various building projects and information.
For recumbent club rides in the area, go to this ride list for the Greater Milwaukee Recumbent Bicycle Club --they are also now on Facebook. These are fun, social, day rides with primarily recumbent riders, although other types of bikes are welcome.
And for fun, recumbent-friendly bicycle tours in Wisconsin, stop by POWWOW Bicycle Tours website; http://www.wisconsinbicycletours.com/ . These tours vary from a weekend to a week, are a good value, and take you to some of the most scenic roads and trails of Wisconsin.