Madison's rich history will soon be here. If you want to find out more about the start of the Madison Bike Polo Club visit the archived website www.madbikepolo.org
Since its first appearance at the 1908 London Olympics, the meeting of mallets and bicycles have excited enthusiasts of the sport known as bike polo. Almost a hundred years later a resurgence of bike polo led to Madison becoming a major bike polo hub in the world. The tradition of bike polo continues to grow at Reynolds Park with people from all backgrounds and skill levels. Starting out on the grassy field at Reynolds Park, bike polo eventually transitioned onto a hardcourt surface and found a new home above the Madison Water Pump Station located on park property. With the support of Alder Ledell Zeders, Park Supervisor Eric Knepp and Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association this Official Bike Polo Court was designated and built by the Madison Parks Department. By investing in athletic competition such as bike polo, tennis and other sports, they continually strive to create a safe and welcoming community space for the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood.
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2018 Alphabet Soup Tourney
Sponsored by PBR- The Alphabet Soup Tourney is September 14-16th 2018. Top competitors registered to be placed in random drawings for tournament squads. Allowing a new mix of players and talent. This will make some dynamic playing mix and strengthen skills of all levels. This polo tournament is about meeting new people and stepping up the game of polo. Not playing, no worries come out and cheer everyone on and learn a bit more about Madison's roof top sport.
September 2nd & 3rd 2017 - Thanks to all who came out and represented the cities around the Midwest, and those few outside the midwest. The event was a success due to the cooperation of MBP crew, our sponsors and the support of the Madison Parks. Thank you again!!