Laramie Range Epic - JULY 29TH, 2023

The Laramie Range Epic (formally called the Laramie Enduro) has been around since 1998!

This year's event offers two racing options:

One and Done - A one lap, 32 mile loop (3190 ft of climbing/descending per lap, all over 7500 ft in elevation) winding through the Pole Mountain trail system. Racers will be supported by the famous Laramie Range Epic Volunteers and sponsors who have made this race as fun and approachable as it is challenging and competitive.

The Laramie Range Epic - The same course with a second lap. This is type two fun. It is going to hurt, but in a really good way. Same great support on both laps, and the beer at the end of the race has been on ice longer.

Free - Laramie Range Epic Training Plan

If you are planning on registering for the Laramie Range Epic - get an 8-week training plan designed by Coach Melissa Ross (Link Cycling) for FREE (a $75 value)!!

There is a plan for both the One and Done and the 62 mile race.


The 8-week training plan will prepare you for the challenging terrain and starts out with a field test so you can determine your heart rate or power training zones. 

If you have a busy work schedule, the intervals can be done on your road or mountain bike. On the weekends, hit the trails for a gradual build each weekend.

Included in the training calendar is a list of local events you should also sign up for as part of your LRE training.


Here is the link to download the training plans:

Discount Code: LRETRAINING for 100% OFF


Questions? Email

Supported Pre-Ride

Laramie Range Epic Pre-Ride June 18th & July 9th

Join us for a supported pre-ride of the Laramie Range Epic course on June 18th and July 9th!
There is no cost for this as this pre-ride is sponsored by Link Cycling.

June 18th:
Meet at the Headquarters Trailhead Parking lot (just past the start/finish area of the race) (41.22065870359652, -105.38972619101285) for the group ride. The ride will leave at 8:30am.

The Group Ride:
If you want a riding buddy, we will be there to help you navigate the first section of the course that winds through Blair and Vedauwoo (all the way to the First Aid Station and then will cut back to where we are parked at Headquarters).

We will include extra water stashed at the Blair Trailhead & Headquarters Trailhead throughout the morning.

Prefer to ride alone:
If you want to navigate the course yourself, simply download the route from Trailforks through

Let us know if you plan on attending so we can make sure we can accommodate everyone.
We will update the ride info for July 9th as the date gets closer.

Questions: Email

Link Cycling Group Rides

(STARTING IN MAY/JUNE) Saturday Morning Group Ride - 9am

Road/Gravel, TT, and Ebikes Welcome. We plan on doing the Roger's Canyon out and back ride. If the weather doesn't look good, we will post on our Facebook page an update on the status of the ride for that week.

Meet at the Wyoming Technology Business Center parking lot at 1938 E. Harney St, Laramie

Coffee available after the group ride in our office. You're welcome to come hang out and talk about bikes!

Places to Ride in and Near Laramie, WY

Laramie offers miles of singletrack for beginner to advanced mounain bikers.

Pilot Hill - Laramie, WY

The Pilot Hill Recreation Area offers a vast network of trails right in Laramie. These trails are open for hiking, biking, trail running, and horseback riding. We proudly support Pilot Hill Oranization and invite you to do the same! Visit their website for ways to get involved through volunteering, trail maintenance, and more.

Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest

Happy Jack Recreation Area

The Happy Jack Recreation area offers a vast network of trails for mountain biking, hiking, running, horseback riding, skiing, and groomed fatbiking. There is a $5 parking fee at the trailhead or you can get an annual parking pass. Happy Jack Trailhead is located 10 miles east of Laramie off of I-80 and WY 210.

Wyoming Parks

Curt Gowdy State Park

Curt Gowdy is located 24 miles east of Laramie and offers more technical single track trails and reserviors. The trail features at Curt Gowdy are more similiar to the types of trails you might ride in Grand Junction or Moab. There is a parking fee at the park or you can purchase and annual pass. Visit their website for access to maps and more information.

Visit Curt Gowdy State Park Site
Laramie's Cycling Hub

Laramie BikeNet

Link Cycling proudly supports the Laramie BikeNet!

Founded in 1996, Laramie BikeNet has represented all forms of cycling for over twenty years. From cycling advocacy to trail maintenance to high school mountain bike racing, the Laramie BikeNet is Laramie’s cycling hub.