Presents the 2018

Two Moon 24

Presents the 2018

Two Moon 24

In addition to the information below, please review the Laramie Racing General Race Info. page to see race rules and understand how we do things.


Saturday, September 15th at 11:00am to Sunday, September 16th at 11:00am, 2018


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


Solo Male and Female
Duo Male, Female, and Coed
Team (3-4) Male, Female, and Coed
Really big team (more than 4)

With the added categories for 2018, we are going to shift the prize emphasis a bit. We will continue to do category prizes, but they will likely be less signifiant. We will however be doing overall prizes. If our registration numbers go up significantly, we will look at boosting category prizes up again.

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).


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.


We will do a LeMans style start (that means you run a short distance before getting on your bike). We will have an area delineated for you to leave your bikes, either in racks or on the ground. You may not have someone holding your bike for you. Traffic will be stopped for the first road crossing after the start.

Road Crossings:

We have four paved road crossings on the course. Two of them see very little traffic, but the other two are on the main road adjacent the campground. Our policy for this race is that bikes will yield to cars. We will not even try to stop traffic for you. Each crossing will have a warning and a yield sign leading up to it, as well as a red blinky light to get your attention. It is up to you to look for cars and not get hit.

There is a section of course on a gravel road. Part of it is open to traffic. It sees very little use but you need to keep your head up just in case.


After crossing the start/finish line, you must tag the next rider on your team in the area of the start/finish. If you are riding solo or doing two laps in a row for your team, just keep on going.

After your lap, we highly recommend checking the monitor in the shelter to make sure we got your lap recorded.

If you are on course but not riding a race lap, peel off before entering the roped off finish straight. If your team does something to make timing more complicated than it should be, we will simplify things in way that will likely decrease your lap count.


The race ends at 11:00am on Sunday. All laps completed before 11:00am count. Laps completed after 11:00am do not count. You can stop racing anytime.


Results are based first on the number of laps completed, then on time. Here is an example:



Highs in September could be in the 90's or 50's, lows could be in the 50's or 20's. Be ready for that. Check out the NWS point forecast for the race.

In addition to the information above, please review the Laramie Racing General Race Info. page to see race rules and understand how we do things.