Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. Rides require, at minimum, an appropriate bike in good working order, water, and a helmet. We suggest a spare tube, energy food, maybe a little cash in case we stop, and your biggest smile! Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there — and have fun!
Join us and other bike clubs on one of these fun rides. Whether you are new to cycling or an old pro, there is a ride that's right for you.
|Every Thursday||6:00 p.m.||Dora Ladies Mountain Bike Group ride||Curt Cowdy State Park - Aspen Grove Trail Head||307-631-2980|
|Every Wednesday (This will start up May 1st 2015)||5:30 p.m.||Road ride: This is a no drop Road ride. Average speed is 12 - 15 mph. Must have a road bike. Come join the fun!!!||Rock on Wheels||307-637-0020|
|Wednesday||6 p.m.||Descripción Come on out and take a relaxing ride through the streets of downtown Cheyenne. The ride takes about an hour, all ages and abilities welcome. This is hosted by Slow Rollers of Cheyenne. Meet at Holiday Park at 6 p.m. every Wednesday. The first one starts May 17th||Holiday Park - Meet at the Big Boy Train|
|May 28, 2017||High plains Ride for Sight||High Plains Ride for Sight The Pine Bluffs Lions Club and Family Vision Center of Cheyenne will be sponsoring the High Plains Ride for Sight on Sunday, May 28, beginning at 7 a.m. There will be a Continental Breakfast for participants at 6 a.m., and the ride will be followed by a lunch served by the Lions Club of Pine Bluffs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be door prizes for participants, and names will be drawn beginning at 10 a.m. Riders should make sure to check in as soon as they have returned to the park to see if they are winners. The ride will follw High 30 west to Manley, 10 miles out and the first rest stop, sponsored by the local Rigneck Pheasants youth group. It will continue to Burns Elementary, the second 10 miles and the next rest stop which will be manned by the Cheyenne Sunrise Lions Club. The third and final rest stop will be at the junction of County Roads 213/216 with Pine Bluffs Lions members Bob and Diane Lyons providing refreshments and snacks. Riders|
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Don't need an organized ride? Our region has some amazing places to take your two-wheeler out.
Cheyenne is home to a system of paved paths that connect recreation areas, residential neighborhoods, and business districts, utilizing bridges and tunnels in many areas to bypass busy roads and streets. The Greenway is popular with cyclists of all ages, commuters, walkers, and others. The award-winning project is maintained by the City of Cheyenne Parks & Recreation.
A short 24-mile drive west on Happy Jack Road will lead you to one of Wyoming's beautiful State Parks. Curt Gowdy State Park hosts some of the area's most popular mountain bike trails. There is ample parking and even a skills area complete with jumps and challenge features. Download a trail mapor visit the website for more information.
Medicine Bow Rail-Trail
Non-motorized trail converted from a portion of the abandoned Laramie, Hahns Peak and Pacific Railroad. Visit the website for more information.
Trail system located at the old Happy Jack Ski Area, about 30 miles west of Cheyenne. The area is used as a groomed nordic trail area in the winter. Find a trail map, reviews, photos, and information at Singletrack.
Soapstone is located just south of the Wyoming-Colorado border and is managed by the City of Fort Collins, Colorado. Great trail system and beautiful prairie vistas abound. Please note: no dogs allowed in this area. Visit the website for more information and an area map.
Just a couple of hours' drive northeast of Cheyenne lies a 109-mile trail in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Bike enthusiasts can access the trail from 15 trailheads. This scenic route is maintained by the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks system. Learn more...