The last year has brought about many changes in the cycling / racing communities, from canceled and postponed races to virtual racing and socially distanced group rides. But none so heartbreaking as the end of the Laramie Mountain Bike Series. That’s right, in this, the time of the cove Laramie racing has discontinued the LMBS race series which has ran for the last 12 years for a total of 68 races. This race series was beloved by many as demonstrated by the among of people that drove for well over an hour and traversed the vast expanse of HWY 287 and I-80 from Colorado to compete against the areas fastest and most competent riders, participate in the before and after race festivities and just generally socialize with some of the best people around. What to many was considered the pinnacle of their race season has been brought to a close. What does this mean for the race season in Northern Colorado / Southern Wyoming? Is it now the time to consider a race series in the Fort Collins area similar to the old Lory series? From all of us at NCGR wed like to extend out deepest gratitude to Laramie Racing, The Pedal House and all the volunteers that have put on such a great series for so long. You can read more about Laramie Racings decision as well as overall stats from the series here