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2010 Utah
Road Tours and Weekly Rides

Utah Road Tours, Centuries, Fun Rides

BRA NU -- By arrangement, Brigham City, UT, By arrangement. Starting in Brigham City. See country that varies from the western desert to mountainous forest. From Golden Spike National Historic Monument to Dinosaur National Monument. Travel along well paved rural roads through ranches and summer range, and by breath taking vistas and views of the mountains and valleys., Bob Kinney, 801-677-0134, [email protected],

May 1 -- Ghost Town Century, Tooele, UT, Join us on a fun ride through some of Utah's historical Ghost Towns. Few hills, mostly flat country, little traffic, the Pony Express trail, and awe inspiring vistas. Benefitting Valley Mental Health, Start time 7:30 am. 100 mi, 65 mi, 50 mi, options, fully supported,starting from Deseret Peaks, 2930 West Hwy 112., Bob Kinney, 801-677-0134, [email protected],, Online Registration

May 1-2 -- Gran Fondo Moab, Moab, UT, Mass start timed road cycling event on the beautiful La Sal Loop road. The ride is 60 miles with 5500 feet of climbing. This is not a sanctioned race but you will get a time, awards, and placing., Poison Spider , 435-259-7882, [email protected],

May 1 -- Ogden's Tour de Drome, Ogden, UT, This is a benefit bike tour that will have 3 course distances to choose from. Proceeds will benefit the future indoor velodrome that will be a part of Ogden's Field House., Cindy Yorgason, [email protected],, Online Registration

May 2 -- Eureka 115, BCC SuperSeries, Saratoga Springs, UT, Saratoga Springs Inlet Park, West Side of Utah Lake to Goshen, big climb up to Eureka, Cedar Fort and back, self-supported .115 miles with stores at 30, 50, 85 miles, Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

May 8 -- Springville 2 Nephi 100, BCC SuperSeries, Nephi, UT, from West Springville Cracker Barrel. Frontage road around Lincoln Beach - Goshen Canyon - Mona - Nephi and back. Self supported. 30 and 70 mile leg options., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

May 8 -- Bikes for Kids, Salt Lake City, UT, Metric century (62 miles) plus 4 and 25 mile options in Salt Lake City and Murray, 8:00 am, Intermountain HealthCare facility parking lot in Murray., Chip Smith, 801-597-7515, [email protected],, Online Registration

May 8 -- Goldilocks Women Only Bike Ride, Herriman, UT, Fully supported women's only bike ride with 15, 30, and 60 mile routes. 500 participants, $45 entry fee. W&M Butterfield Park in Herriman. Start times begin at 8:30 a.m., Dani Lassiter, 801-635-9422, [email protected],

May 8 -- Tour de Brewtah, Utah Bike Month, Salt Lake City, UT, A tour of the local micro-breweries in the valley. At least five stops are on tap for the ride., Tim Stempel, 602-463-1547, [email protected],,, Online Registration

May 9-14 -- Bryce-Zion Classic Bike Tour, St. George, UT, Ride through a panorama of sparkling sunny skies, red rock sculptures, immense canyons and aspen forests. All levels. Also available: 5/23;6/13; 9/5, 19, 20, 26; 10/3, 10., Julie Robinson, 800-443-6060, [email protected],

May 9-15 -- Bicycle Tour of Utah - Color Country to Canyonlands, Springdale, UT, UT, Ride through 6 parks in 6 days, 454 mi, 26,000' elevation gain. 65-113 mi/day. Also available 9/19/2010 to 10/3/2010., 714-267-4591, [email protected],

May 15 -- Cycle Salt Lake Century Ride, Utah Bike Month, Salt Lake City, UT, Salt Lake to Antelope Island and back, 37, 67, or 100 mile options. Utah State Fair Park, 155 N. 1000 W., SLC. 7:30 AM Mass start time. Registration opens at 6:00 AM., Jon Smith, 801-596-8430, 801-322-5056, [email protected],,, Online Registration

May 16-22 -- 4th Annual Amazing Earthfest, Kanab, UT, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument Scenic 37 miles out and back (paved) Knuckle Heads, 420 East 300 South (US 89), Kanab, Utah, Pre-ride refreshments, Optional 60 miles. MTB rides also., Rich Csenge, 435-644-3735, [email protected],

May 16-22 -- Bryce-Zion Classic Plus Bike Tour, St. George, UT, Classic Plus tour for strong cyclists features daily routes up to 85 miles. Ride from Bryce Canyon into dramatic Zion NP, plus others. Levels: intermediate/advanced. Also available: 9/12, Julie Robinson, 800-443-6060, [email protected],

May 20-22 -- Tour de South, Fish Lake, UT, Bike 333 miles in 3 days along some of Utah's most beautiful roads. This scenic course takes you past Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Red Canyon, Calf Creek Falls (Escalante), Hell's Backbone, and Boulder Mountain. Benefitting the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective., TJ Uriona, 801-808-1138, [email protected],

May 22-June 6 -- BRA SU, St. George, UT, Bike Ride Across Scenic Utah Tour, 3 states, 3 National Monuments, 7 National Parks, 5 Nations, Start in St. George., Bob Kinney, 801-677-0134, [email protected],

May 22 -- Pine Valley Mountain 300 K, Southern Utah Brevet Series, St. George, UT, Brevets are self support, timed, distance cycling events, in St. George to Cedar City, Newcastle, Enterprise and back to St. George., Lonnie Wolff, 435-559-0895, [email protected],

May 22 -- Joy Jordan Woodhill Trail Ride, Kanab, UT, 10 mile non-technical loops on packed natural surface with expansive views of the Kaibab Plateau and cliffs of the Grand Staircase. Option to 20 miles. Meet at Fredonia Welcome Center on US 89-A, Fredonia, AZ. Note: Utah is on daylight savings time. Arizona is on standard time., Rich Csenge, 435-644-3735, [email protected],

May 29 -- Color Country Century, Cedar City, UT, 8 am, unsupported ride, 100 miles., Brian Jeppson, 435-586-5210, 435-559-2925, [email protected],

May 29 -- Pony Express Century, Saratoga Springs, UT, Celebrate the sesquicentennial of the Pony Express with a great century. Starting in Saratoga Springs and visiting Elberta, Eureka, and Vernon and then returning along the Pony Express route through Eagle Mountain and back to Saratoga Springs., Dan Burton, 801-653-2039, [email protected],

May 31 -- Antelope Island 100, BCC SuperSeries, Salt Lake City, UT, Meet at Westpoint Park 1100 N 2 blocks west of Redwood road 1800 west to Antelope Island and back, shorter options of 65 to Syracuse, Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

May 31-June 4 -- Bryce-Zion Family Bike Tour, St. George, UT, Paved bike paths, canyoneering, horseback riding and a nighttime visit to a ghost town are just a taste of the fun! Ages: All. Levels: All. Also available: 6/7, Julie Robinson, 800-443-6060, [email protected],

June 5 -- Little Red Riding Hood, Lewiston, UT, Women only century ride, 15, 35, 45, 62, 80 and 100 mile distances in Cache Valley, fundraiser for Women s Cancer Research., Penny Perkins, 801-472-2887, [email protected],

June 5 -- Emigration 2 Morgan Tour, Salt Lake City, UT, A recreational charity ride benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF), 95 and 47 miles, starts at 7:30 a.m. at Donner Trails Park (east of Hogle Zoo)., Daniel Lilly, 801-657-2627, [email protected],, Online Registration

June 12 -- Tour de Cure, Brigham City, UT, Fully supported 100, 65, 25 and family fun mile with rest stops, food, medical support, SAG vehicles. Funds American Diabetes Association research, education and advocacy., Marshall Emsley, 801-363-3024 ext 7075, [email protected],

June 13 -- Canyons of Cache, BCC SuperSeries, Logan, UT, Ride all the beautiful canyons of Cache Valley! Climb Blacksmith Fork Canyon, Sardine Canyon, and the other one. Lots of different places to get water and food. 40 mile option available by only riding Blacksmith Fork Canyon., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

June 17-25 -- Rocky Mountain Tour, Salt Lake City, UT, UT, Tackle the Wasatch Mountains, Soldier Summit, pass Book Cliffs and north of Arches Nat'l Park. Challenging at times, rolling to finish in Pueblo, CO. 594 miles, 9 riding days., Bill Lannon, 888-797-7057, [email protected],

June 19 -- Hurricane 400 KM, Southern Utah Brevet Series, Hurricane, UT, self-supported brevet ride, timed distance cycling events, Hurricane to Kanab to Panguitch returns to Hurricane via Cedar City., Lonnie Wolff, 435-559-0895, [email protected],

June 20 -- Chalk Creek 100, BCC SuperSeries, Park City, UT, Treasure Mtn Middle School Park City to Browns Cyn, Coalville, Chalk Creek, self-supported, 50 mile option starts at Coalville Courthouse., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

June 25 -- 17th Annual Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride, Antelope Island, UT, 17th Annual, This a popular non-competitive ride, held at night during the full-moon. Views are spectacular, food is delicious. ride goes from marina to the historic Fielding Garr Ranch, about 22 miles round-trip. Registration fee includes park entry, t-shirt and refreshments. Online registration available, Neka Roundy, 801-451-3286, [email protected],

June 26-27 -- Bike MS: Harmon s Best Dam Bike Ride, Logan, UT, Benefits National MS Society and multiple sclerosis research, 40, 75, or 100 mile routes on Saturday, 40 or 75 on Sunday, Saturday's route is a figure 8 loop to the north up into Idaho. Flat and friendly to all abilities with rest stops every 8-12 miles. Sunday's route is a loop to the south through Blacksmith Fork Canyon up to Hardware Ranch and back across Hyrum Dam. One of the most scenic routes in Utah! Cache Valley Fairgrounds (400 South 500 West)., Becky Woolley, 801-424-0112, [email protected],

June 26 -- Moonshadows in Moab, Moab, UT, Unforgettable sunset into moonlight ride into Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point State Park., Beth Logan, 435-259-2698, [email protected],, Online Registration

July 3 -- Tour de Riverton, Riverton, UT, 10th Annual, Part of Riverton Town Days. Starts at 7:30 am. Fun family ride. 25 mile loop through Riverton and Herriman., Brad Rowberry, 801-523-8268, [email protected],

July 3 -- Strawberry White and Blue 100, BCC SuperSeries, Richmond, UT, Richmond City Park near Logan/Smithfield, over the LOTOJA course to Montpelier and back self-supported, 100 and 150 mile option., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

July 11 -- Mt. Nebo Loop, BCC SuperSeries, Nephi, UT, BCC SuperSeries, From Nephi City Park to Santaquin over the Mt Nebo Loop, 27 miles of climbing, self supported., Doug Jensen, 801-815-3858, [email protected],

July 17 -- Pioneer Century, BCC SuperSeries, Morgan, UT, Morgan High School to East Canyon, Echo, Coalville and Back, Self-supported 30 and 70 mile leg options., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

July 17 -- Tour de Park City, Park City, UT, Fully Supported Road Touring options starting and finishing in Park City. Three ride options: 50 or 100 through Northern Utah's beautiful mountain valleys. New additions and changes will make 2010 the best Tour de Park City yet., Riley Siddoway, 801-739-3161, [email protected],

July 17 -- Three Kings Cycling Event, North Salt Lake, UT, Can you conquer the kings? Winding through North Salt Lake, the Three Kings offers some of the steepest climbes of the season. Each climb is named after one of the biblical magi who brought gifts, but the only gifts these kings bring is pain. Cyclists can choose to tackle one, two, or all three kings., Matt Jensen, 801-550-0778, [email protected],

July 24 -- Pedal Away Parkinson s, Kaysville, UT, The 5th Annual 10 mile family fun ride begins at 8:00 am at Gailey Park in Kaysville. All proceeds benefit the Utah Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association., Meredith Healey, 801-451-6566, [email protected],

July 24 -- Pioneer Day Century, BCC SuperSeries, UT, TBA, Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

July 30-31 -- Saints to Sinners Bike Relay, Salt Lake City, UT, Fundraiser relay road race from Salt Lake to Las Vegas.  Over 500 miles with elevations from 1500 to 10500 feet. Race in teams through the night and have a great time! Fundraiser event for ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease., Steven Tew, 801-822-4870, [email protected],

July 31 -- Tour de Park City, Park City, UT, Fully Supported Road Touring options starting and finishing in Park City. 170 miles Super Century through Northern Utah's beautiful mountain valleys. New additions and changes will make 2010 the best Tour de Park City yet., Riley Siddoway, 801-739-3161, [email protected],

July 31 -- I Think I CANyons, Salt Lake City, UT, Benefit ride for the Fourth Street Clinic, an organization that provides healthcare for the homeless. Little Cottonwood, Big Cottonwood, Millcreek, and Emigration. Option to ride 2 or 4 canyons. Start and finish at Barbacoa (3927 South Wasatch Blvd.). Start time 6:30 a.m.; registration begins at 6:00 a.m., Alex Rock, 801-631-7872, [email protected],

July 31 -- Bryce Canyon 200 K, Southern Utah Brevet Series, Panguitch, UT, Brevets are self support, timed, distance cycling events, route begins in Panguitch and loops around to Bryce Canyon, Tropic and Circleville before returning to Panguitch., Lonnie Wolff, 435-559-0895, [email protected],

August 1 -- Preride ULCER, BCC SuperSeries, Lehi, UT, Thanksgiving Point to Goshen and west side of Utah Lake, self-supported. On next week's ULCER course., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

August 2 -- R.A.N.A.T.A.D., Sundance Resort, UT, Ride Around Nebo And Timp in A Day. Start at Sundance and ride down and around the Nebo Loop to Nephi and then back to the mouth of American Fork Canyon, over the Alpine Loop, finishing back at Sundance, 165 miles with over 12,000 feet of climbing. New: a shorter 100 mile option from Sundance around the Nebo Loop and back to Payson., Czar Johnson, 801-223-4121, [email protected],

August 7 -- ULCER, Lehi, UT, Century Tour around Utah Lake, 100, 65 mile options, start at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi., Mary-Margaret Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

August 13-14 -- 3rd annual Bear Pa Challenge Charity Cycling Tour, Park City, UT, Challenging and fun fully supported ride from Bear Lake to Park City over the Mirror Lake Highway. Benefits a local children's hospital., Tyler Hooper, 801-292-9146, 801-927-8310, [email protected],, Online Registration

August 14 -- The Ultimate Challenge Presented by the Tour of Utah, Park City, UT, 96 miles, 11,000+ vertical feet, Park City in the morning, finish: Snowbird Mountain Resort. Event benefits the Tour of Utah. Ride the Toughest Stage of the Nation's Toughest Stage Race., Karen Weiss, 415-218-0193, [email protected],

August 14 -- Promontory Point 120, BCC SuperSeries, Ogden, UT, 5 Points Ogden to BC, Corrine, Golden Spike, Tremonton and back 120 miles self-supported, shorter loop options available., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

August 14 -- Bike the Bear Century, Garden City, UT, Bike the Bear, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the BSA. 100 and 50 mile division. Begins at Camp Hunt on Bear Lake, UT., Jason Eborn, 801-479-5460, [email protected],

August 14 -- Ride for Teens, Provo, UT, 2 to 50 miles options in all three forks of Provo Canyon. Proceeds benefit local at-risk youth services. Prizes and post ride meal, the event starts at 8 am at the Ronald Williams Last Park, essentially Heritage Schools, 5600 N. Heritage School Dr. Provo., Charis Wilke, 801-735-2142, [email protected],

August 14 -- Riding for a Reason, Salt Lake City, UT, Bike over 56 miles over Emigration Canyon through the same canyon the pioneers crossed to enter the valley. Extreme elevation climb. This event is designed to raise funs to children who cannot afford wheelchairs., Joseph Coles, [email protected],

August 21 -- Desperado Dual, Panguitch, UT, 200 mile double century in Southern Utah, 100 mile option, Utah's only fully supported, 200 mile, one day cycling adventure., Ryan Gurr, 435-674-3185, [email protected],,

August 21 -- The Big Ride, BCC SuperSeries, Richmond, UT, Start Richmond City Park to Preston, over Strawberry to Montpelier, West to Soda Springs, loop route on old and new LOTOJA courses., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

August 26-September 4 -- LAGBRAU (Legacy Annual Great Bike Ride Across Utah), Moab, UT, 3 ride options: August 26-Sept 4, Aug 26-28, Aug 29- Sept 4. Moab, Green River, Hanksville, Torrey, Escalante, Cannonville, Panquitch, and Cedar City. 400 miles, 3 National Monuments, 5 State Parks, 4 National Forests., Les Titus, 801-654-1144, [email protected],, Online Registration

August 28 -- Cache Valley Century Tour, Logan, UT, 100 mi/100 km/40mile options. Hosted by Cache Valley Veloists Bicycle Touring Club. 8 am, in Richmond (12 mi north of Logan on Hwy 91)., Bob Jardine, 435-752-2253, [email protected],

August 28 -- Summit Challenge, Park City, UT, Benefits the National Ability Center, 15 and 50 mile ride and 100 mile ride, check-in starts at 7 am at NAC's Bronfman Recreation Center & Ranch, rides start at 8:30 and 9 am. at the National Ability Center in Park City., Jennifer Atkin, 435-200-0985, [email protected],,

August 28 -- Sanpete Classic Road Race and Fun Ride, Spring City, UT, Non-competitive fun ride and Road Race (UCA) for all classes, fully supported, 75 miles, route will circle the Sanpete Valley and will be on mostly flat roads with a few short moderate grades., Eric Thompson, 801-541-3840, [email protected],

August 29 -- Hooper Horizontal 100, BCC SuperSeries, West Point, UT, West Point Park to West Weber and Hooper, self-supported century, 30 and 65 mile options., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

September 4-6 -- Great Utah Bike Festival, Minersville, UT, Join the fun in the new cycling Mecca of Minersville, a quaint and scenic hamlet in historic Beaver County; a different century ride to choose from each day, a 4 stage road race, and a 4 stage mountain bike race. Over 300 miles of roads, 100 miles of double and single track, recreational riding, racing, supported and unsupported rides to choose from on some of Utah's least traveled and scenic roads., Bob Kinney, 801-677-0134, [email protected],

September 4 -- Beaver 200K, Southern Utah Brevet Series, Cedar City, UT, Brevets are self supported and timed distance cycling events. This route begins in Cedar City, continues to Parowan and Beaver and then returns., Lonnie Wolff, 435-559-0895, [email protected],,

September 5-11 -- Tour of Southern Utah, St. George, UT, 7-day tour including Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef and More. 60-100 miles per day., Deb Bowling, 818-889-2453, [email protected],

September 11 -- 20th Annual Independent Living 5K Run and Roll, UT, West Jordan Veterans Memorial Park (1985 West 7800 South). Registration 8:30 am, Race 9:30. Flat circular course. Medals - top three finishers in runner, walker, manual wheelchairs, assisted wheelchairs and handcycle., Debbie or Kim , 801-466-5565, [email protected],

September 11 -- Tour de Habitat, Orem, UT, 50 mile and 20 mile routes visiting some of Utah County's Habitat for Humanity homes. Proceeds benefit Habitat of Utah County. The ride starts in Orem at the Harmons parking lot, 800 North 800 East., Eric Bennett, 801-796-9888, [email protected],

September 17-19 -- Moab Century Tour, Moab, UT, Weekend of road cycling with rolling and climbing route options including the infamous "big Nasty" (3000 feet elevation in 7 miles). Warm Up ride Friday, Recovery ride Sunday., Beth Logan, 435-259-2698, [email protected],, Online Registration

September 18 -- Randy s Fall Colors Classic, BCC SuperSeries, Salt Lake City, UT, Sugarhouse Park over Big Mtn, Coalville, Wanship, Browns Canyon, and back via I-80 over Parleys, self-supported century., Don Williams, 801-641-4020, [email protected],

September 18 -- Bike for Life, Salt Lake City, UT, 22 mile bike tour to raise funds for the Utah AIDS Foundation. Funds raised from this event will go towards prevention education and direct client services for people affected by HIV in Utah. 9 am, Liberty Park., Nathan Measom, 801-487-2323, [email protected],

September 25 -- Heber Valley Olympic Century, Heber, UT, Utah's most beautiful bike ride through the scenic splendor of the Wasatch mountains, dramatic autumn beauty of Heber Valley, picturesque Jordanelle, and Olympic venue Soldier Hollow, This is the only Biathlon century in the USA. Benefiting Hess Cancer, Start time 8:00 am. 100 mi, 65 mi, 50 mi, 25 mi options, fully supported, starting from Southfield Park., Bob Kinney, 801-677-0134, [email protected],, Online Registration

October 2 -- Josie Johnson Memorial Ride, Salt Lake City, UT, This memorial ride is dedicated in Josie's honor to bring the community together to raise awareness for bicycle safety, meet at Sugarhouse Park, ride will start at 10:30, will travel to mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon and back, no charge to participate., Ken Johnson, 801-205-1039, [email protected],

October 9 -- Trek WSD Breast Cancer Awareness Ride, American Fork, UT, Trek Bicycle Store of American Fork, UT, 20 mile casual ride for all riders. Registration contributions go to Breast Cancer Research Fund., Vegas , 801-763-1222, [email protected],

October 13 -- Tour de St. George, St. George, UT, Ride with us around Snow Canyon State Park, Quail Creek Reservoir and Washington County's newest reservoir, Sand Hollow. 35, 60 & 100 Mile Option. 100% of the proceeds to benefit local bicycling advocacy, 8:00am at 900E & 100S (Dixie State College)., Ryan Gurr, 435-674-3185, [email protected],

October 21-24 -- Breast Cancer Network of Strength's Ride to Empower, Springdale, UT, A destination bike ride that raises funds to provide breast cancer support. Bike routes range up to 100 miles. Network of Strength will provide you with cycling guidance and fundraising support., Deb Bowling, 818-889-2453, [email protected],

November 27 -- Saturday Fatter-day Ride, Saratoga Springs, UT, Join us for the 3rd annual Saturday Fatter-day ride to benefit the Utah Food Bank. We burn off a bit of turkey and pie calories riding to the top of Sun Crest. Bring a donation for the Food Bank as your "entrance fee.", Dan Burton, 801-653-2039, [email protected],

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