Utah Events

Spring Tour of St. George - 4/13/24

  • St. George, UT
  • e-Bike friendly
  • Distances: 35, 75, 100 miles
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 800 Participants

    The Spring Tour de St George is one of Southern Utah’s must-attend cycling events of the year. With 30, 70, & 100 mile ride options, the Spring Tour de St. George is a great way to start your Utah cycling season! Weather’s perfect for cycling in Southern Utah’s early spring. So load up your bike, shed your winter coat, and help us show Southern Utah what cycling’s all about. Ride the Spring Tour de St. George and you’ll join cyclists from all over the Western U.S. as they converge on St. George, Utah for the first of our annual signature cycling events!

    Feel spring sunshine gently warming your back as you ride through Southern Utah’s Painted Desert. Stretch your legs with our 30, 75, or 100 mile routes. Enjoy lunch on us. Ride with friends. Immerse yourself in breathtaking scenery. And enjoy the party as we take over the town! Remember, when you ride the Spring Tour de St. George, you’re greeted with near-perfect spring temperatures, plenty of sunshine, and warm, gentle breezes—while other areas are still digging out of the ice and snow.

Gran Fondo Moab - 5/4/24

  • Moab, UT
  • Registration opens 11/2/22
  • Distances: 60 mile
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills

    The Gran Fondo Moab road cycling event will start in Moab and follow the La Sal Mountain Loop Road. The ride will be 60 miles with 5500 feet of climbing. This is one of the most beautiful routes you will ride in any cycling event.

Gravel Grinder Volcano Fire Road- 5/11/24

  • Veyo, UT
  • Distances: 75 miles
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 500 or less Participants

    This event starts in Veyo, Utah, just 20 minutes north of St. George. 75 miles with 6300′ of climbing on a beautiful course winding past mountains, trees and lakes. About 56% dirt and 44% pavement.

Front Runner Century - 5/4/24

  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Distances: 62 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • Limited to: 1,100 Participants

    Enjoy cycling 100km (62 miles) along the Wasatch Front, from Salt Lake City to Ogden with only 725 feet of total climbing, making this the perfect spring tune-up century ride.

Ride for the Angels - CANCELLED FOR 2024

  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Distances: 25, 50, 63 miles
  • Difficulty: Gently rolling terrain with one or two short hills

Dirty Dino Gravel - 6/29/24

  • Vernal, UT
  • Distances: 32, 59, 106 miles
  • Difficulty: Extreme terrain with frequent steep hills and long sustained climbThe beautiful courses ride through the Uinta Mountains and Dinosaur National Monument. We asked race director Breanne Nalder Harward about the ride and courses.

    All courses feature dirt and asphalt and endless breathtaking views. Honestly, you could ride anything from a gravel bike to a cross bike to a full squish MTB. Most riders will be on gravel-specific bikes as that will be the most comfortable for all the terrain. You’ll definitely want knobby tires at least, though the gravel sections are not super technical.

Cache Gran Fondo - 7/13/24

  • Logan, UT
  • Distances: 35, 53, 76, 104 miles
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 2000 riders ParticipantsThe Utah-Cache Gran Fondo is a qualifier event for both the UCI Gran Fondo World Series and the Gran Fondo National Series. The 11th year event is one of the largest gran fondo events in the US and is held in Logan, Utah (USA), on a beautiful 76-mile (122 KM) course which will lead riders through the Cache Valley towards Idaho to finish back in Logan.

Crusher in the Tushar - 7/13/24

  • Beaver, UT
  • Distances: 70 miles, 10,000 feet
  • Difficulty: Extreme terrain with frequent steep hills and long sustained climb
  • Limited to: 600 Participants70 mile mixed-surface smorgasbord that accumulates over 10,000 feet of elevation gain while traversing Utah's remote and pristine Tushar Mountain range located with the Fishlake National Forest.

    The Crusher attracts riders of all stripes from the dedicated weekend warrior to Olympic Champions, Tour de France stage winners and National & World Champions in road, MTB and CX racing.

Gravel Grinder Fire Road Lookout - ON HIATUS

  • Cedar City, UT
  • Distances: 60, 100 km
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 500 or less ParticipantsChallenge yourself: Ride 100K, almost exclusively on dirt roads with some seriously steep climbs. You’ll reach an elevation over 9,000ft. The race is chip-timed, so come see if you can podium or just beat your buddies.Reward yourself: Amazing bird’s eye views towards Zion National Park. Climb up magnificent Cedar Canyon. Circle the picturesque Kolab Reservoir. Enjoy a well marked route with superb food stops. Numerous ATVs patrolling the course. Great tech tee to show off your accomplishment. Post-ride lunch in the park.

Cache Valley Century - 8/24/24

  • Logan, Utah
  • Distances: 60 and 100 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbsAll routes are a loop from Richmond into Idaho to Franklin. From Franklin the short route cuts across to Weston while the longer routes continue north to Preston and then meet back up with the short route in Preston

The Wasatch All-Road - Cancelled for 2024

  •  Heber City, Utah
  • Distances: 35, 65, 100 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbsThe Wasatch All-Road Bicycle Race [No.1] will feature post card views in one of Utah’s hidden gems: Heber Valley. The event will offer 2 routes, local food, entertainment, and a $10,000 prize purse split evenly between the male and female open categories.

LoToJa Classic - 9/7/24

  • Logan, Utah
  • Distances: 200-plus miles
  • Difficulty: Ultra Distance and Climbing for events well over 100 miles
  • Limited to: 31 different start groups made up of "race" and "ride" categories ParticipantsThe LoToJa was started in 1983 by two Logan cyclists, David Bern, a student at Utah State University, and Jeff Keller, the owner of Sunrise Cyclery. The two men wanted a race that resembled the difficulty of a one-day European classic like Paris-Roubaix or the Tour of Flanders. LoToJa's first year featured seven cyclists racing 192 miles from Logan to a finish line in Jackson's town square. The winning time was just over nine hours by Bob VanSlyke.Since then, LoToJa has grown into one of the nation’s premier amateur cycling races and continues to be a grueling test of one's physical and mental stamina. Many compete to win their respective category, while others just ride to cross the finish line. At 200+ miles, LoToJa is the longest one-day USAC-sanctioned bicycle race in the country. Cyclists must conquer three mountain passes as they pedal through the scenic terrain of Utah, Idaho and Wyoming en route to a finish line below the rugged Tetons at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

Tour ofSouthern Utah - 9/8 - 9/14/24

  • St. George, UT
  • e-Bike friendly
  • Distances: 7 days, 60-100 miles per day
  • Limited to: 30 riders Participants

    Join us for this incredible seven day adventure! We’ll ride 60 to 100 miles per day, from point to point in breathtaking Southern Utah. Starting in St. George, we ride to Carmel Junction (via Zion National Park), Bryce National Park, Escalante, Torrey, Panguitch, Cedar City and back to St. George. Cycling doesn’t get any better than this! Each route is a challenging adventure with awe-inspiring scenery. We’ve got all day – so stop and take some photos! Over 500 miles with about 30,000 feet of climbing! Yes, it sounds hard – but it’s a ton of fun! The goal is NOT to hammer, but to ride socially, taking in the sights and sounds of Color Country!

    Day One – St. George to Mt. Carmel Junction, via Zion National Park:
    About 80 miles with over 5300′ of elevation gain. In Zion, we’ll take a break and dip our toes into the Virgin River.

    Day Two – Mt. Carmel Junction to Bryce National Park:
    About 60 miles with over 3700′ of gain. In the afternoon you can ride to Rainbow Point in Bryce (at 9100′) or hop on a shuttle bus and go into the park for a hike. The ride to Rainbow Point is 38 miles with about 2,900′ of climbing. There are a ton of hiking options – long or short, easy or hard. All are gorgeous.

    Day Three – Bryce National Park to Escalante:
    Before we leave for Escalante, either hike or ride into the park, whichever you didn’t do yesterday!  Those wanting to sleep in can have a leisurely breakfast before the group gets back together and heads out to Escalante. The ride to Escalante is short – so we’ll leave Bryce just before noon. It’s about 48 miles with 1,800′ of gain.

    Day Four – Escalante to Torrey:
    About 66 miles with over 6,100′ of gain. Everyone is encouraged to ride the bonus miles on the incredible Capital Reef Scenic Drive. The extra bit is about 36 miles with 2,500′ of gain. BEST day of the Tour! And also the hardest!

    Day Five – Torrey to Panguitch:
    About 106 miles with about 3,400′ of gain. As far as centuries go, it’s fairly flat – with most of the climbing in the first 27 miles. But it can be super windy, so riding with at least one other person is recommended.

    Day Six – Panguitch to Cedar City, via Brian Head and Cedar Breaks National Monument:
    About 57 miles with about 5,300′ of gain. We’ll reach our highest point of the Tour on this ride, at 10,500′. Be prepared to be a bit short of breath! And not just from the awesome scenery!

    Day Seven – Cedar City to St. George:
    About 83 miles with just over 2,500′ of gain. Alas, the last day… Take your time and savor the final hours of riding. Over too quickly!!!

Moab Century Tour -  9/21 - 9/22/24

  • Moab, Utah
  • Distances: 40, 60, 100 miles
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 2,000 or less Participants

    The Moab Century Tour encompasses an inspiring variety of landscape to awaken the cycling spirit. This spectacular route rises from the sculptured canyons of the mighty Colorado River into majestic views of Dead Horse Point State Park, descending back into the red rock canyons leaving you in awe of the grand scale of this magical place.

    The Moab Canyon Century (100 mile route with beautiful scenic destinations including Dead Horse Point State Park and Rolling Down The River Route; climbing elevation approximately 3,300 feet, Just the Moab Canyon (60 miles) and The Rolling Down the River Cruise (40 mile gentle, scenic rolling route along towering red cliff canyon walls and the Colorado River, minimal elevation change).

5 Canyons Bike Challenge - Cancelled for 2024

  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Distances: 116 miles, 14,000 feet
  • Difficulty: Ultra Distance and Climbing for events well over 100 miles
  • Limited to: 500 Participants5 Canyons is one of the most daunting—and beautiful—cycling challenges in the country, ascending more than 14,000 feet over 116 miles through all five of Salt Lake City's picturesque riding canyons.  Comprising three HC climbs and two Category 2 climbs, the ride has more vert than almost every other ride in America and certainly the steepest average gradient.  If you think you have what it takes, rally your friends and come join us in September!

Gran Fondo Salt Lake - TBD

  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • e-Bike friendly
  • Distances: 35, 62, 100 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • Limited to: 1,500 Participants

Fall Tour of St. George - 10/26/25

  • St. George, UT
  • e-Bike friendly
  • 35, 57, 80 and 100-mile ride options

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