We're very excited to offer a new challenge, after 12 years of the same loop. The proposed course is a ~32 mile loop that includes the familiar Happy Jack area trails mixed in with new trails that will wind you through the beautiful Vedauwoo rock formations to the south. From wildlife trails to single track to dirt roads, the course is equally well suited for geared bikes and single speeds. All at elevations over 7,500 feet, you'll race over high grass plains and down through serene aspen and pine forests.
In this fourth incarnation of the Laramie Enduro, you can expect: *MORE singletrack - the proposed course is now roughly 80% singletrack ranging from fast and flowy to rocky and technical. *NO highway crossings or pavement - all dirt, all day *Aid stations every 15 miles with fresh food, water, performance nutrients, cowbells and the Laramie Enduro's legendary volunteers! *The same fantastic basecamp finish-line after-party with real food and real refreshments served by real people. Live music, massages, awards ceremony and more!
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