Rates and Routes

Routes & Packages Early Bird
Through April 30
Regular Rate
May 1-May 31
Late Registration
June 1-June 9
*No Ride Day Registration
Lander Area Routes
(Ranging from 14 miles to Metric Century)
$55 $65 $75
Stage 1
Lander Area Routes
One Day Pass for Lander Brewfest (Friday OR Saturday)
$75 $85 $95
Stage 2
Lander Area Routes
Two Day Pass for Lander Brewfest (Friday AND Saturday)
$90 $100 $110

All registrations include:
Custom Cycling Socks ***Sizes not guaranteed on registrations after April 30
Access to Route Aid Stations - Aid stations close at 1:30 PM
All courses and routes close at 2:00 PM.
Access to SAG Vehicle
Lunch - Lunch will be available from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Swag Bag
Yoga Session in the Park from Noon-1 PM on the day of the event with Sylvia Carl from Ananda Yoga

Event Details

Packet Pick-Up will be held from 4-8 PM at Gannett Peak Sports located at 351-B Main Street in Lander.

Packet Pick-Up
If you didn't pick up your packet on Friday, you may pick it up at Lander City Park from 6:30-7:30 AM.

Breakfast will be provided in City Park for all riders.  Breakfast will be served from 6:30 to 7:30 AM.  A variety of breakfast burritos will be available, along with coffee.  

The space to park your vehicle at City Park will be very limited.  A parking lot has been reserved a few blocks from City Park.  We encourage all participants who are utilizing a vehicle to come to the event to please park in the Gannett Peak Elementary parking lot located at 615 Popo Agie in Lander.  This is about six blocks from City Park.  You may unload your bike at City Park and then park in the parking lot if that would be easier for you.

Lander Area Route Riders
All riders will have a mass start at 7:30 AM from Lander City Park.  Helmets are required.  Riders may choose any combination of routes they wish to ride.  Riders are encouraged to loop back to Lander City Park after each loop and utilize it as an aid station.  Drinks, snacks, and mechanical aid will be available at City Park.  Aid stations close at 1:30 PM.  Courses close at 2:00 PM.

NEW for 2017 - Metric Century Route
There will not be a century course in 2017.  Instead, a metric century has been established utilizing the Lander Area Routes.  Metric Century riders will depart at 7:30 AM from Lander City Park.

Aid Stations
Aid stations will close at 1:30 PM.  Courses close at 2:00 PM.

There will be two SAG vehicles dedicated to the Lander area routes that will circulate the four loops.  It will have medical and basic bike mechanic support.
If you are in need of a SAG vehicle, a cell phone number will be provided on your route map.
You may return to City Park at anytime as it will be a designated aid station and will have basic mechanical supplies.

Sylvia Carl with Ananda Yoga will be leading a yoga session for riders in City Park from Noon to 1 PM.  

Lunch will be provided in City Park for all riders.  Lunch will be served from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  Menu to be determined.

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Refund Policy:
Registration is non-refundable, but fully transferable to another rider for the 2017 event.  The event will take place, rain or shine.

2017 Jersey:
A custom jersey is available for 2017!  Orders are shipped on-demand by Voler.  Click here to view and order jersey.

Metric Century Route

Stats:  Approximately 62 Miles
Begins and ends in Lander City Park
This route takes riders up Sinks Canyon to the top of the switchbacks (Fossil Hill), returning to town to complete the Squaw Baldwin Loop, North Second Loop, and then Lyons Valley Loop.  Aid stations are located on all routes and riders are welcome to return to City Park for aid station services anytime during the ride.  For elevation profiles, please see elevation profiles listed below for individual routes.
7:30 AM start time
Aid Stations close at 1:30 PM.  Routes close at 2:00 PM.

Lander Area Route:  Squaw-Baldwin Loop

Stats:  Approximately 14 Miles
Begins and ends in Lander City Park
Route travels clockwise
7:30 AM start time

The Squaw-Baldwin Loop is a very scenic ride.  The red bluffs are breathtaking.  You will have a steady climb for the first six miles, but the view from the top is gorgeous.  You will have an easy descent on Baldwin, and then come back to Lander City Park.

Lander Area Route:  Sinks Canyon Out and Back

Stats:  Approximately 30 Miles
Begins and ends in Lander City Park
Route travels out and back
Route indicates the turn-around at Fossil Hill.  For those more adventurous, and contingent upon the road conditions, riders may continue to Worthen Meadows.
7:30 AM start time

Sinks Elevation Map

Riding to Sinks Canyon is a local favorite, and it might just be your favorite, too!  There is a gradual, but noticeable ascent to Sinks Canyon, and it becomes more challenging once you enter the canyon.  The views will help distract you from the challenging ride.  Riders can continue up the switchbacks and enjoy more stunning views of the canyon.  As the ride is reversed, you can enjoy the descent, and the view.

Lander Area Route:  Lyons Valley Loop

Stats:  Approximately 25 Miles
Begins and ends in Lander City Park
Route travels clockwise
7:30 AM start time

Photo by Libby Gadbois.

Photo by Libby Gadbois.

The Lyons Valley Loop starts at Lander City Park and travels down Mortimore Lane.  From here, you will turn onto left Hillcrest Drive.  After a rider through residential Lander, rider will take Highway 789 to Lyons Valley Road.   There are rolling hills and beautiful country scenery.  Then, you will turn right onto the highway  and head back into Lander via Moritmore Lane and Sinks Canyon Road.  This section offers great views of the Wind River Mountains. 

Lander Area Route:  North Second Loop

Stats:  Approximately 13 Miles
Begins and ends in Lander City Park
Route travels clockwise
7:30 AM start time

North Second
Photo by Libby Gadbois.

Photo by Libby Gadbois.

North Second offers beautiful country scenery.  Riders will travel north on Highway 287 before turning onto Lower North Fork Rd, continuing on to North 2nd Street and finishing back at City Park.