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COVID-19 UPDATE: 5/1/20


Dear HHH Riders,

Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order was recently extended through May 26, 2020 by Governor Tony Evers. Given the uncertainty surrounding the phased reopening of businesses, community gatherings, etc., we regret to inform you that, after careful consideration of our cyclists' safety and the health of our community, volunteers, spectators, and event staff, we will not be holding the Horribly Hilly Hundreds (HHH) event on Saturday, June 20, 2020.

Due to unknown factors associated with the COVID-19 virus in the months ahead, the HHH will NOT be rescheduled for a later date in 2020.

REGISTRANTS: PLEASE VIEW YOUR EVENT CANCELLATION OPTIONS HERE

We appreciate the continued support of participants, volunteers, spectators, and event staff for HHH, the flagship fundraising event hosted by Friends of Blue Mound State Park. All proceeds from this annual event benefit year-round programming and projects at Blue Mound State Park, a gem of a park!

We look forward to seeing you in the park soon and next year in June for the 2021 Horribly Hilly Hundreds.

Stay safe, be healthy,

Willi, Gretchen, Gail, Mark, Diane, Karl, Paul, Tom, Walt, Greg, Justin
The Friends of Blue Mound State Park Board of Directors

10,700 Feet of Elevation Gain in 200K!

Once voted the "Sufferfest of the Year" by Madison weekly newspaper Isthmus, "The Toughest One-Day Challenge Ride in the Midwest" is not to be missed by serious cyclists anywhere!

 

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The 2020 Horribly Hilly Hundreds cycling event is an important fundraiser for the Friends of Blue Mound State Park (FBMSP), which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Recently the FBMSP have provided all or significant funding for the new pool, mountain bike trail improvements, trail signage, campsite upgrades, solar panels, winter trail grooming equipment, and other park needs. Future funds will help continue mountain bike trail improvements, group campsite development, and repairs needed after last summer's heavy rains. The riders of the 2020 HHH deserve a huge thank you for their support of the event and its beneficiaries!
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