Date/Time

Event

Location

5/6/17 10:00 AM
Bicycle Safety Day
Downtown
Bring the kids down to get their bicycle inspected for the upcoming season. The Pedal House will be providing helmets for youngsters (While supplies last) and doing safety inspections and simple maintenance on the bikes of Laramie's elementary school age riders. Come down and get safe.
5/13/17 7:00 AM
The 9th annual Gowdy Grinder
Curt Gowdy State Park
The 9th annual Gowdy Grinder will be Saturday, May 13th, 2017

The Gowdy Grinder is a cross country mountain bike race that takes place on the trails of Curt Gowdy State Park in southeastern Wyoming. The beginner races are on a course with a handful of short technical sections, but mostly smooth riding. The more advanced categories will find plenty of the challenging riding typical of Curt Gowdy. Come out for a great day of racing and reconnecting with your riding pals (or rivals) for the spring.
5/19/17 noon
Bike To Work Day
Pedal House
The Pedal house will provide burritos, fruit, coffee and water to CYCLISTS for their morning commute. Ride by and have something to fuel your ride. We love riding bikes, and we love burritos. Join us for both.
5/29/17 6:00 PM
Closed for The Holiday
Pedal House
The Pedal House will be closed for business hours on May 29th, 2017 to celebrate with our family and friends.
6/10/17 noon
Glendo Trails Fest
Glendo State Park
One of the best weekends to ride in Glendo, you can come and meet the trail designers and ride/race to your hearts content. It is a full weekend of festivities so plan accordingly and bring enough beer.
7/4/17 6:00 PM
Closed for The Holiday
Pedal House
The Pedal House will be closed for business hours on July 4th to celebrate with our family and friends. #GRYFB
7/16/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 1: Cheyenne to Wheatland (73 miles)
Day 1: Cheyenne to Wheatland (73 miles)

We exit Cheyenne via some bike paths before taking the Old Yellowstone Highway north. As we follow frontage road along Interstate 25, we have about 12 miles where we値l be on the interstate. Then we exit and continue along frontage road to the welcoming community of Wheatland.
7/17/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 2: Wheatland to Rock River (80 miles)
Day 2: Wheatland to Rock River (80 miles)

We head out of Wheatland and turn west to head through the lovely Sybille Canyon. We値l tackle our first mountain pass, going over Morton Pass at an elevation of 7,175 feet. Once through the canyon, we turn north and pass over the North Platte River and then on to the small community of Rock River. We are working on having a motel option in Laramie with bus transport (an added fee) to Laramie and back the next morning. The rest of us will stay at the Rock River High School.
7/18/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 3: Rock River to Saratoga (76 miles)
Day 3: Rock River to Saratoga (76 miles)

We continue north out of Rock River and follow the Old Lincoln Highway, passing through the town of Medicine Bow. We turn south and head into the Upper North Platte Valley to spend the night in the lovely town of Saratoga. They even have free hot springs to soak tired muscles.
7/19/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 4: Saratoga to Battle Pass and return to Sarat
Day 4: Saratoga to Battle Pass and return to Saratoga (62 miles)

We don稚 pack up this day but, instead, do an out-and-back route that goes through the town of Encampment and then up to Battle Pass (9,911 feet). The official route ends at the pass but, of course, riders are free to continue on if they just love climbing. There is also the option of just staying put and relaxing in Saratoga.
7/20/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 5: Saratoga to Laramie (83 Miles)
Day 5: Saratoga to Laramie (83 Miles)

We head south out of Saratoga and then turn east and head for the Medicine Bow Mountains. We wind our way up to the summit of Snowy Range Pass, elevation 10,876 feet. Then we descent and pass through the town of Centennial before passing across the Laramie Basin to Laramie.
7/21/17 6:00 AM
Tour de Wyoming
Day 6: Laramie to Cheyenne (49 miles)
Day 6: Laramie to Cheyenne (49 miles)

On our final day we start with a climb. For the first section we値l be on Interstate 80 and exit onto the Happy Jack Road where we値l pass by Sherman Summit (elevation 8,878) for our fourth and final mountain pass. We値l pass through the Medicine Bow National Forest before descending into Cheyenne to end where we began.
7/29/17 7:00 AM
Laramie Endruo
Pole Mountain
The Laramie Range Enduro originated in 1998 with a start/finish line located within the City of Laramie, Wyoming and climbed the west flank of the Laramie Range more than 1,300 feet into what has become the heart of this annual event - the Pole Mountain trail system.

Over the years, the race course has changed three times, and after 12 years of the same loop, we're very excited to offer a new challenge. The proposed course is a ~32 mile loop that includes the familiar Happy Jack area trails mixed in with new trails that will wind you through the beautiful Vedauwoo rock formations to the south. From wildlife trails to single track to dirt roads, the course is equally well suited for geared bikes and single speeds. All at elevations over 7,500 feet, you'll race over high grass plains and down through serene aspen and pine forests.

In this fourth incarnation of the Laramie Enduro, you can expect:

MORE singletrack - the proposed course is now roughly 80% singletrack ranging from fast and flowy to rocky and technical.
NO highway crossings or pavement - all dirt, all day!
Aid stations every 15 miles with fresh food, water, performance nutrients, cowbells and the Laramie Enduro's legendary volunteers!
The same fantastic basecamp finish-line after-party with real food and real refreshments served by real people. Live music, massages, awards ceremony and more!

NOW... PICK YOUR POISON!
The ONE AND DONE
A one lap wonder. Whether you're a noob finding your limits or you're a pro looking to hammer a lap and relax the rest of the day, one time around will leave you grinnin'!

The ENDURO EPIC
Let's buy another round. This two lap option is the challenge you've been waiting for. Declare revenge on the first lap by crushing it in the second and grinding out a strong finish! Time to make your mark in history!