I am currently attending Arizona State, and ride for their cycling team there. Many cyclists are seniors this year, and will be leaving after this semester. All my family is from Wisconsin, yet Ive never lived there, only visited. Their are more reasons than just that the seniors are leaving...and if I transfer I have been looking at some private colleges (concordian, cardinal stritch, lawrence) and public (UW- oshkosh/milwaukee). Honestly, the midwest has people that are much more down to earth, thats actually the main reason. Living in sunny AZ I am also able to ride year round, and WI I would obviously not be able to do that. For those that do live in the midwest, come winter time, are there days where your just like damn, I want to ride so bad, but are sick of rollers by then? I would think most riders spend time in the gym, or do other sports? A big problem thats usually addressed with AZ riders is how they tend to stay race fit year round, which is obviously not the best way to get stronger for years to come. I think going to WI would somewhat force me to get off the bike and take some serious recovery time. Any opinions?