Welcome to UtahSAG

Amateur (HAM) radio volunteers brought together by our desire to support public service events throughout the state of Utah

About Us

 UtahSAG is an informal association of Amateur (HAM) radio volunteers who provide support services for charity events such as The Tour de Cure (American Diabetes Association), Cycle for Life (The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation), The Summit Challenge (The National Ability Center), Ride 4 Education/Ride 4 Respect (Utah School Employees Association), Ride with the Angels (Angel Hands), Scouting for Food (Utah Food Bank) . In addition to these charity events we also support public century bicycle rides that make donations to charity organizations such as all of the rides (Gran Fondo Salt Lake, Giro Donna, Bear Lake Monster etc.) put on by Extra Mile Racing (Team Kid Courage), Front Runner Century (Chron's and Colitis Foundation as well as Air Force and Navy charities), The Wildflower Pedalfest (Utah Bicycle Collective), The Huntsman 140 (Huntsman Cancer Institute), Little Red Riding Hood (Huntsman Cancer Institute) and other public events such as marathons, parades and community holiday ceremonies.

In addition, UtahSAG makes it's volunteers and equipment available to local public service and community organizations such as police and fire departments, when requested, in the event of public emergencies as well as the National Weather Service of Utah to provide weather information from around the state during emergency weather conditions. 

By supporting these events UtahSAG provides services to around 4,000 event participants each year. SAG services include transportation, food and water and general care so that the participants can enjoy the event they are participating in. 

To view upcoming events that members of  UtahSAG are involved with please visit our Facebook Events page.  This is a public page and does not require you to have a Facebook account.

Supporting events such as this century bicycle ride

To assisting when disaster strikes, such as the Corner Canyon or Machine Gun Fires.

Upcoming Events

We will maintain a list of upcoming events with links allowing you to sign up to volunteer for them on this page.  As events change often, please come back and check on a regular basis.

This section is only for near future current events that have a volunteer signup process already set up.  If you want to see events that are futher into the future please continue scrolling to the calendar where you can view events throughout the summer into October.


We are in the midst of the 2018 event support season.  If you are an event manager or the HAM/SAG/Support manager of an event that you would like to have listed please send an email to mickey@utahsag.org  We will do our best to keep the calendar up to date with as many of the events that we get informed about.  For those events where we have been asked to assist with the support we will have links in the event info here and on the calendar so you can register to volunteer right from here.  No more having to go to Facebook if you don't want to.


July 28, 2018 5:00 AM to approximately 5:00 PM

Iron Lung Ride

 Iron Lung Ride, Salt Lake City, UT, 32, 80, or 120 mile options out and back starting at This Is The Place Heritage Park and turning around near Snowbasin Resort. Challenging climbing, with plenty of rollers and flats to recover. Bring the family and make this part of your Pioneer Day celebration. Utah Triple Crank qualifier, along with Rockwell Relay and LOTOJA.   

There are 3 rest stops, 1 at the Salt Lake/Morgan County Line at the top of Big Mountain, 2 at the LDS Church in Morgan and 3 at the top of Trappers Loop near Snow Basin.  It would be best if there were two operators at each rest stop.  We are looking at needing 4 to 6 SAG drivers.  Shuttles may be provided by the ride manager and therefore would need operators with portable mobile radios and mag mount antennas to ride along with them.  We are limited to 5 Ride Marshals, 1 for the 30 mile, 2 for the 80 mile and 2 for the 113 mile routes.    We will likely use a segmented system where each rest stop along with start/finish acts as net control for their section of the route.  This is due to radio coverage areas. 

If you are interested in assisting with this ride please follow this link.



August 11, 2018 from 7:00 A.M. to approximately 3:00P.M.

Wildflower Pedalfest

Wildflower Pedalfest is a ladies only ride that goes through beautiful Morgan County. This is a non-competitive ride with a 20, 30, 45, 60, & 70 mile route. To help make this ride successful Ham Radio Operators are needed as rest stop (feed zone) operators, net Control, SAG, bike hams and motorcycle hams. Please use the following link to sign up.  Thank you in advance for your help.



August 11, 2018 from 7:00 A.M. to approximately 1:00P.M.

Tour of Utah Queens Stage Amateur Ride

We have once again been asked to provide a Net Control operator and 5 SAGs for this years Tour of Utah amateur ride.  This is the general public's chance to participate in the Tour of Utah Stage.  Our job will be to make sure all riders are safe and secure as well as pull them off course at 1:00 PM when the racers are let loose.  The ride starts at the Canyons Village and ends at Snowbird.

If you are interested in helping with this event please follow this LINK



August 18, 2018 from 6:30 AM until approximately 5:00 PM

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Cycle for Life

 CFF Cycle for Life - New date

Century Bicycle Ride supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Utah. Route distance options of 100, 80, 60, 40 and 20 miles. KOM to the top of Hogsback in both directions. Beer and Brats at the end of the ride. Century ride goes from Summit County Fair in Coalville to Mountain Green and back.  Shorter distances have turn points at or near each rest stop.  Rest Stops are at CroydenCity Park, Henefer City Park, East Canyon State Park, Morgan High School, The LDS Church in Milton and Kent Smith Park in Mountain Green.

If you would like to volunteer for this event please follow this LINK



August 25, 2018 from 6:30 AM until approximately 5:00 PM

National Ability Center's Summit Challenge

 Join the National Ability Center's Summit Challenge bicycle ride. With route distances of 100, 80, 50 and 16 miles. The ride starts/ends at the National Ability Center Office in Park City and winds it's way through Summit and parts of Wasatch Counties.

There are 6 Rest Stops (would like to have 12 operators), need 7 SAG drivers, need 3 shuttle operators to ride along with the event provided shuttles and a maximum of 10 ride marshals.

If you would like to volunteer for this event please follow this LINK



If your club/group has an event that they would like to be added to the calendar please send an email to mickey@utahsag.org with the details.

Don't forget to go to the bottom of the page and add yourself to the UtahSAG Email list if you want to get email notifications about upcoming events

Calendar of Events

Contact Us

Add yourself to the UtahSAG Event Email List!

If you are interested in getting email notifications of upcoming events that you may have an interest in helping support please follow this link and fill out the online membership form.

If you are interested in helping support UtahSAG please go to our GoFundMe page to make a donation.