Seasoned bicyclists just dealt with the weather as they pedaled through the annual Trek 100 Saturday.  The event is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer Fund.  Shortly after about one-thousand riders started on the 100-K and 100-mile distances at 7:30 a-m, they were met with a thunderstorm which pelted them with hail and threatened them with lightning for about 45 minutes.  Many riders kept going.  Some sought shelter briefly, and two slipped and fell on the wet pavement, one suffering a broken bone and another torn ligaments.  Packer Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre wasn’t deterred by the storm.  A total of one-thousand-750 riders took part, including the shorter rides.