2018 CX poster

Cheyenne and and Laramie Wyoming will be hosting their Southeast Wyoming Cyclo-cross Series again this fall. The 4 race series takes place at either Laprele Park in Laramie or at Clear Creek Park in Cheyenne. The first 3 races are free but the final race which is part of the Cowboy State Games and is the state championships is $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for juniors. Fort Collins sent a total of 10 riders up to the series last year. Lets see if we can quadrupedal that this year.  The November races don't conflict with any Colorado USAC Cyclo-cross races. 

 

More information: 

https://se-wyo-cx.blogspot.com/

 

2018 Schedule and Maps

October 21, 2018 - Laramie, WY (LaPrele Park)
October 28, 2018 - Cheyenne, WY (Clear Creek Park)
November 4, 2018 - Laramie, WY - (LaPrele Park)
*November 18, 2018 - Cheyenne, WY (Clear Creek Park)* *Cowboy State Games Wyoming CX State Championships*

 

 

2017 Southeast Wyoming Cyclocross City Championships
Cheyenne successfully defended the SE-WYO-CX CowBell, awarded to the city that produced the most racers, and reinforced its prominence as the CX capital of Wyoming by fielding the most riders in 3 of the 4 races in the 2017 Southeast Wyoming Cyclocross Series.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 56

Laramie came out in force for the two races it hosted, winning the traveling trophy at its first home race - beating Cheyenne by a single rider and only loosing by a single rider at the second Laramie race. Those two results assisted Laramie in taking second place (again) in the city competition.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 25

Ft. Collins consistently sent riders up and had a racer in every race and took third in the city competition.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 10

Saratoga produced an up and coming JR. racer who (thanks parents!) raced in 3 of 4 of the races and single handily handed Saratoga a piece of fourth place in the city competition.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 3

Casper sent a contingent to the last race and helped the oil city tie for fourth.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 3

Charleston, SC produced a single rider at a Laramie event and rounded up the city competition in sixth place.
Total riders fielded over the 4 races = 1