As many of you know, Max Becker and I recently teamed up with all around awesome chef, Joe Wuestenhagen, to create a cycling and running event food vendor called Wheelhouse.
We’re really proud of our food and we are so excited to get it to you. But first, we need a little help from you so that we can get all the proper permits and licenses we need to be at all of these great events. We’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund our start-up costs. Please check out the linked page for more information. There are a ton of great rewards for backing the project, including free Wheelhouse food, swag, cooking lessons, bike tune ups, and much more!
Even if you can’t contribute at this time, we’d really appreciate it if you could share this link with your friends and anyone who you think would be interested in Wheelhouse.
We only have 30 days to raise the funds, and we only get the money if we meet our goal.
I’m excited to announce that Max Becker and I have teamed up with former Hell’s Kitchen Executive Chef, Joe Wuestenhagen to launch Wheelhouse, a cycling-event food vendor based in Minneapolis, MN Like us on Facebook
Wheelhouse started when two cycling teammates, Andy Lageson and Max Becker, realized there were very few, if any, fresh food options at cycling events around the Twin Cities. Racers are often rushing from work to races and don’t have time to eat properly, or they are filling up on bland energy bars before and after the event. So Andy and Max teamed up with former Hell’s Kitchen Executive Chef, Joe Wuestenhagen, to create Wheelhouse. A place at cycling events where people can get a healthy meal before or after a race, or grab one of our many delicious, nutrient rich, portable snacks to toss in the back of a jersey for a long ride.
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Entry fee’s for this event will be in the form of a $5-$10 (whatever you can) donation. The money raised will be donated to help cover some of the medical expenses of our dear friend and teammate, Aaron Schmitz. He was doored November 28th while biking and suffered some pretty serious injuries and will be off his bike for a couple months.
There will be three races for the event:
12:00pm – Open Race
12:40pm – Single Speed Race
1:20pm – Fat Bike Race
All races will be 20 minutes long and prizes will go to the top men and women for each race.
This is “Micro Cross” so think of it as a cross race…. except everything is smaller… much smaller. So get ready for some snowy, cold, casual racing, and heck, it’s for a good cause. We’ll also have free Sh!tgoose swag to get yer grubby little paws all over and some awesome hot coffee to warm your insides (roasted by our very own Al Erbach!)
The exact location will be available soon, but it is in South Minneapolis near Powederhorn.