2020 Race Schedule

LMBS

After 68 races in 12 years, it's time to put the Laramie Mountain Bike Series to bed. It's been great, but it's also gone on long enough. We want to thank everyone who has come out to race over the years, and our partners who have helped make the Series so successful. We also can't say enough great things about our volunteers and, although we have tried, feel like we cannot express enough how much we appreciate their help.

This is not to say that Laramie Racing is closing up shop. While we have no immediate plans for our next event, we will still be around and ready to put on quality races as the inspiration comes to us. We will post here when those happen.

A few stats about the Series for you nerds out there:
Number of races 68
Number of Unique Racers 1,683
Number of Racer Days 9,314
Ave # of races for each racer 5.53
Total Time Spent Racing 7819:32:33
(325 days, 19 hours, 32 minutes, 33 seconds)
Ave. Time Racing/Race 114:59:36
Ave. Time Racing/Racer 4:38:46
Ave. Time Racing/Racer/Race 0:50:22
Est. Number of Volunteers >150
Est. Volunteer Hours >4000
Est. Number of Raffle Prizes >1000

Top ten participants:
Rank Who Races Rate
1 Peter Thorsness 60 88%
2 Frank Barrows 54 79%
3 Steven Stefko 51 75%
4 Cynthia Dywan 50 74%
5 Forrest Selmer 49 72%
6 Justin Attebery 46 68%
7 Charlie Jahner 45 66%
8 Mark Jablin 44 65%
8 Travis Posthumus 44 65%
10 Abby Lozano 43 63%
10 Evan O'Toole 43 63%
10 Jennifer Mead 43 63%
10 Thomas Steiger 43 63%



At Laramie Racing, LLC our goal is to provide high quality races on fun courses at a reasonable price point. After more than ten years and over 100 races we feel like we have a pretty good formula for great bike racing. Our events have a nice local feel, without sacrificing key aspects that every race should have.

We do our best to provide clear pre-race information on our websites so you know what to expect, mark the courses well so you know where you are going, and publish easy to find and read results as fast as we can get them online (real-time if we have cell reception).

Our races tend to be on the minimalist side. Part of what keeps entry fees down is that we don't provide any more infrastructure or support than we have to. Sometimes our awesome sponsors feed racers after or during a race, but mostly it's up to racers to provide for themselves (no reason for you to pay us to guess what you might want, when you can easily bring exactly what you want).

While we are always re-evaluating and tweaking our races, what remains consistent is our goal of giving racers the best value we can at each event, and our hope everyone comes away looking forward to the next race.