Casper Mountain Racers 2014 Ski & Bike Swap


Equipment check in - NO GENERAL SALES:  12 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Early Bird Sales ($5.00 per person entry fee): 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.
General Sales: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

General Sales: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Pickup of unsold goods: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Ski Swap Details
CMR receives 30% commission on each sale. $5.00 charge for ea. person - Early Bird. (Proceeds go to CMR Scholarship Fund.)  Items must be in clean working order, all bindings must meet current DIN standards.  All bike sales will generate funds to support CAMBYR (Casper Area Mountain Bike Youth Racing) High School league. All products/items left after 11:00 a.m. Sunday become the property of CMR/CMSSS. Casper Mountain Racers/Casper Mountain Snow Sports School are non-profit organizations working to promote and teach snow sports as a healthy lifelong family activity. Your sponsorship directly helps support our operating budget for coaches/instructors training, and equipment which allow us to maintain affordable programs fees for all ages. Thank You for your support!

Buddy Werner - Ages 6 to 12

For skiers aged 6 years old through 6th grade. This program is tailored towards our Explorer graduates and those who have a desire to continue to hone their skills. Buddy Werner's will begin to have competitive elements introduced over the course of the season, but will continue to be geared towards the advancement of fundamentals and all mountain skiing. Saturday mornings for 13 weeks beginning January 3 and ending on March 28. We will form age-appropriate and ability appropriate groups. This is a perfect stepping stone into the upper, competitive levels of the club.
  • Classes begin at 9:30 and end at 2:00 so that you and your athlete can ski together in the afternoon.   
  • Cost is $400 for the season.
  • Please provide equipment and a lift ticket for your Buddy Werner.

For more information please contact Joel Simonson, Head Coach
Phone: 307-472-7669 

Home Team - Ages 7-17

This Program is for athletes who enjoy racing and training without the competitive nature of USSA /FIS competitions. Athletes will train on Casper Mountain alongside the Ability, Age Class and YSL athletes. Training is Saturdays, Sundays and during Holiday Breaks. They will also have access to the CMR Team room to store their equipment, all CMR Fall and Summer Camps and the CMAST van is available to ride from Sunrise Mall to Hogadon.  Athletes also receive coaching at CMR Citizen Challenge Races. This is a great pipeline program for the high school alpine ski team racer to gain that competitive edge. 

The Home Team program does not race out of town

For more information please contact Joel Simonson, Head Coach 
Phone: 307-472-7669

Youth Ski League(YSL) - Ages 7-17

Youth Ski League, (YSL) Ages 7-17 U8-U14: These athletes are just getting their feet wet in the world of USSA racing. YSL athletes learn fundamentals of ski racing techniques while competing in 3–6 USSA race events in Colorado. Focus is on having fun while developing skills and gaining experience in racing.  Athletes will train Saturdays and Sundays and one weekday after school beginning in late January.  

USSA Youth Competition License required to race in Rocky Mtn. Division.

For more information please contact Joel Simonson, Head Coach
Phone: 307-472-7669

Ability/Age Class - Ages 12-21

Ability/Age Class athletes: Ages 12-21, U14-U21 programs are geared toward building racing skills while nurturing a love for the sport of skiing. Skill building is based on the proven USSA fundamental drill work, gate training, race simulation, free skiing at Hogadon as well as racing in the Rocky Mtn. Division. Athletes in these programs will learn teamwork and sportsmanship, time management in a supportive family atmosphere.

Athletes race in USSA & FIS races throughout Colorado, New Mexico and Western Region. U14 / U16 Racers qualifying in selected Regional races then move on to the Junior Olympic pipeline.  U18 / U21 & Senior athletes continue in USSA and FIS racing and have opportunity to qualify for Regional/Divisional Projects.

Ability / Age Class racing programs are for the athletes who aspire to be the absolute best so that she/he can continue as a collegiate racer or continue the pipeline of US Ski Team member, the dream of being an Olympian.

USSA and of FIS Competition License Required.

For more information please contact Joel Simonson, Head Coach
Phone: 307-472-7669