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Johnny Behind the Rocks - A mountain biking playground, about 15 miles south of Lander, WY. Thanks to the Lander Cycling Club & BLM, these trails are well-built, well-signed, and well worth a visit. Climbing through the red and green high-desert singletrack rewards you with great views and smooth descents. A great choice for early season riding when everywhere else is muddy. Check out the new J-Line, built by Red Bull Rampage Digger award winner Alan Mandel!

The Bus - The closest trail system to Lander, and another great early-season riding choice as it is one of the first places to dry out each spring. Be sure to check out the Cactus Patch Downhill and play around on the slickrock.

Sinks Canyon - These alpine, forested trails are a great option to get out of the sun and heat or to supplement our high desert riding found at the trail systems above. Lander Cycling Club, in partnership with the USFS, completed the Brewer's trail over the course of the last few seasons, which meanders up & across the shady side of Sinks Canyon all the way up to Fossil Hill and then further on to Worthen Reservoir. Thanks to the efforts by the Lander Cycling Club we are now able to ride fatbikes on these trails that are groomed during the winter.

CWC Alpine Science Institute (ASI) - This area is on your way into Sinks Canyon and is owned and maintained by Central Wyoming College's ASI Campus, but open to the public. You must park in the first lot to the left, then bike over the bridge and along the river on the northern side of the campus to link up to the upper trails. You can tour some short trails above with great views of the canyon, then drop down for some cornering and jumping on the flow trail that leads you back toward the river, and/or get some practice time in their skills section in the meadow facing the buildings/housing. Please always be respectful and stay on the trails, as people live full-time on this property!


WYO131 Gravel Race - Saturday, September 7th
In our opinion, this is the best gravel course ever created. This rugged course is well known for pushing riders to their limit while carrying them on a journey across a diverse array of Wyoming ecosystems —  from the sage brush seas surrounding the Red Desert to the subalpine lakes of the Wind River Range.  

This is not a ride for beginners. There will be pain and suffering. There will be rough roads. There will be cut off times. Some people will not finish. You’ll need hard-core gravel and endurance experience before taking on this route. There are several crew accessible bail-points and a shuttle.

There are many other great options for riding gravel in the Lander area. You can ride part of the WYO131 route, check out some beautiful riding in Red Canyon, or test your climbing prowess on the Shoshone Lake road.


Sinks Canyon - Enjoy over 3,000 feet of climbing and amazing scenery as you ride up Sinks Canyon. Enjoy panoramic views of cliffs, forests, and wildlife as you climb.

Baldwin Loop - Enjoy vast landscapes, passing ranches and farmland. Turn onto Squaw Creek Road for a challenging climb with rewarding views of the Wind River Range. Descend Baldwin Creek Road, relishing the downhill stretches and serene surroundings.

Lyons Valley - Pedal through the scenic beauty of Lyons Valley Road in Lander, Wyoming. Enjoy the tranquility of the countryside as you ride past rolling hills and picturesque landscapes. Take in the expansive views and gentle breezes, immersing yourself in the peaceful serenity of this captivating route. Bring your gravel bike and explore Coalmine rd.

North 2nd - This route takes you through peaceful countryside, offering flat terrain and expansive views of rolling fields and distant mountains. Pedal at your own pace, enjoying the open space and gentle breezes as you immerse yourself in the serene beauty of rural Wyoming.