Since 1990, the Nebraska Lottery Psycowpath Race Series has served as the official mountain bike race series for Nebraska. Over the years, the series has grown to include cross country and marathon events for thousands of riders of all ages and abilities. In the early 2000s Ryan and Roxy Feagan (pictured) took over and haven't looked back. In 2014, we proudly added trail running races, because why not? Our events cater to all racers, regardless of skill level. We make sure to create a festive atmosphere with professional, exciting announcing, music playing, kiddie races, and always someone managing the grill. We believe the ethos of this series is all about hanging out and meeting other riders and supporting our passion. So, whether you are a seasoned racer or brand new to the sport, the Nebraska Lottery Psycowpath Race Series wants everyone to experience the best of Nebraska mountain bike and trail run racing! Please, join us and bring a friend.
Series Director: Ryan Feagan: firstname.lastname@example.org 402-415-9071
Series Operations & Treasurer: Roxy Feagan: email@example.com
Feel free to contact us if you'd like to get involved. We can always use extra volunteers for roles like: timers, course marshals, registration, setup, tear down, etc. In return you can get free food, swag and sometimes free entry to a race.
Psycowpath pays it forward in many ways. In order to sustain our sport and the trails we love, we partner with other cycling-specific groups to offer volunteering, financial support and exposure.
Trails Have Our Respect
The Nebraska Lottery Psycowpath Series donates $2 from every racer entry fee to Trails Have Our Respect. THOR is Nebraska’s only trail advocacy and maintenance organization, responsible for building and caring for the trail systems on which we race. Note to high school students: get your community service credits by helping out on trail days! Join Now!
Nebraska Interscholastic Cycling Series
The NICS offers a fall racing league through area high schools where students, volunteer coaches and teachers form teams to learn, practice, and race bicycles around the Omaha metro area. Previous racing experience or desire not required. NICS is an inclusive club sport that is welcoming to all who are interested, no matter the level of riding ability. RACING IS NOT REQUIRED!
Omaha Devo is a community, volunteer-based program under THOR with the mission of developing young mountain bikers. Two groups meet every Monday night from June-August at Swanson Park in Bellevue and Tranquility Park in Omaha, to teach kids and teens how to properly and safely ride single track by way of practice drills and riding trails.