Race Info.


Saturday, Sept. 23rd at 11am to Sunday, Sept. 24th at 11am, 2017.


Start/Finish will be at the shelter at the Two Moon Trailhead in the Two Moon Campground in Glendo State Park, Wyoming.


Solo Male
Solo Female
Male Team (2-4)
Female Team (2-4)
Coed Team (2-4)
Really big team (more than 4)

If enough two person teams sign up, we will look at doing Duo categories. Since it's our first year and we are not sure of our turnout, we don't want to offer more categories than we can reasonably accommodate.

All categories are open to all types of human-only powered bikes. Teams have no age restrictions, but we highly recommend parents ride the course with their kids before deciding to send them out all alone in the dark. Solo racers must be old enough to be legally accountable for their poor choices (18).


Registration is closed. See you at the race.

Entry fee:

$55/racer through April 30th, then $70/racer through August 31st, then $80/racer after that.
You will be able to make changes to your team at no charge via the registration website up until a week before registration closes.

What's included:

Race Limit:

The race limit is 80 entities. An entity is either a solo racer or a team.


Fri. by Noon Course marked Check out the course page.
Fri. 5pm - 9pm Racer Check-in Come pick up your number, sign your waiver, and get any last minute info. at the start/finish area.
Sat. 7am - 10am
Never Pre-race meeting Everything you need to know is on this site. Please read through it.
Sat. 11am Race Starts LeMans style on the Campground road adjacent to the start/finish.
Sun. 9am - 11:30am Free Breakfast Dewey and Jess from the Pedal House will be serving pancakes and eggs to racers and volunteers.
Sun. 11am Race ends Remember, only laps completed by 11am count.
Sun. 11:15am Awards and raffle You must be present to collect your prize.

Trail Conditions:

We will pause, postpone, or cancel the race if trail conditions warrant it. We work closely with the park administration and State Trails personnel to make decisions about racing on these trails.


Highs in September could be in the 90's or 60's, lows could be in the 50's or 20's. Be ready for that.
NWS point forecast for the race. Your safety on the race course is your responsibility. We can't control hazards on the trail and we certainly don't control the weather. If weather conditions necessitate it, we will stop the race, however you may be a long way from shelter when a storm rolls in. Please use your best judgement as to whether or not you should be out there.

There will be a few marshals on course and first-aid at the Start/Finish. If someone is hurt on the course please do what you can to help them and let us know what happened and where.

nat@laramieracing.com for more info or questions

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