Within city limits cyclists will find dedicated bike lanes on the city streets, Sharrow Routes, and both Off Street and On Street routes. In-town routes include the Cemetery Trail on Mount Hope, the Tomato Loop and Barney Trail along Mortimore Lane , JB’s Loop around the Lander Valley High School and the start of several rural trails.
Starting either west or south of Lander, the Squaw Creek-Baldwin Creek loop runs 11 miles on a paved road with frequent changes in elevations. East of town the Lyons Valley loop is a 17 mile-long course that follows the South Fork of the Popo Agie for a distance. Heading south the Sinks Canyon trail is 18 miles in length and heading north the Milford Loop is 10 miles.
Lander has several bike shops with gear and apparel, and if a problem pops up, repair stations are located at several key locations around town.
With an active cycling culture in town, Lander hosts several large cycling events each year, including the Fremont Area Road Tour (FART) in the spring and the Jurassic Classic Festival in late summer.
Ever expanding development of cycling trails is the focus of Lander Cycling, sponsor of the two big events and the formal cycling association in town.
Information on the biking trails can be obtained at the Lander Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center on Main at First Street and by contacting Lander Cycling at landercycling.org.