This is the UtahSAG page where we will be listing events that will be occurring within the next 4 to 6 weeks, hopefully providing HAM operators enough time to schedule their time to help with these events.
Please go to the UtahSAG Calendar to view events through to the end of the year.
We are now well into the 2022 event season, and many events that had been postponed in 2020 and 2021 are coming back. This means that many weekends have multiple events occurring simultaneously, and that means that we need even more volunteers than we have had in the past.
If you are a HAM radio operator who coordinates support for an event that you would like listed on this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your event listed.
If you are an event director and are interested in having HAM radio support for your event please contact email@example.com.
2022 Hobbler Half Marathon
July 9, 2021 6:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Left Fork Hobble Creek Canyon Road at Berryport Canyon Rd. Springville, UT Support for this event is being coordinated by Utah County ARES
Run13 is excited to invite you to the 12th Annual Hobbler Half Marathon and 5k, presented by Trapnell Orthodontics. We are very grateful to Dr. Brian Trapnell and his entire Springville team for all of their support with this event.
This mostly downhill half marathon course is perfect for the rookie half marathoner and a great way for the experienced runner to achieve a new PR. The half marathon course is USATF certified.
The start line begins up the left fork of Hobble Creek Canyon in Utah and loops around Springville City to finish inside Arts Park. As always, the race will be chip timed for ultimate accuracy and there will be plenty of massage therapists at the finish line to loosen up those hard-working muscles.
Great food, music, and entertainment await you at the end so be sure to invite the entire family along.
All race participants receive gender specific athletic shirts and all finishers receive custom finisher medals! Top three winners in each age division also receive placement medals.
This run starts at Left Fork Hobble Creek Rd and Berryport Canyon Rd and ends at Spring Acres Arts Park, 700 S 1300 E, Springville.
If you are interested in helping out with this event please follow this link and sign up: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oOrW8KMzGE0hh8yJK9ebMbHCL9BY6WIfeT1eIJqgS9M/edit#gid=0
2022 Cache Gran Fondo
Sat, July 9,
2022 500 E 1400 N, Logan, UT
Support for this event is being coordinated by the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club
The Cache Gran Fondo is an annual Italian-style ride in Cache Valley in Northern Utah. The Cache Gran Fondo occurs on the 2nd Saturday of every July and riders can ride either on a 34 mile, 50 mile, 70 mile or 105 mile route. As one of the fastest-growing and largest rides in Utah, our focus has always been to create a fun, rewarding and challenging event.
Our riders enjoy well-stocked support stations, chances to win great prizes, enjoy a great breakfast and lunch, receive big-blingy finisher medals, and have a fun day riding with 1000+ other inspiring cyclists. Race teams, corporate teams, families & neighborhood groups, couples and individuals all converge in Cache Valley for this big, fun, ride.
More information about the ride, start times, safety measures and options please go to: https://www.cachegranfondo.com/
If you would like to volunteer to assist with this event please go to: https://barconline.org/activities/
2022 Iron Lung Ride
Saturday July 16, 2022 5:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Huntsville Town Park Huntsville, UT 84317, USA
Support for this event is being coordinated by UtahSAG
Iron Lung Ride, Ogden Valley, UT, 40, 80, or 100 mile options out and back starting in Huntsville with a solid climb up Old Snowbasin Road, down Trappers Loop, through Morgan and out to the top of Big Mountain. Challenging climbing, with plenty of rollers and flats to recover. Utah Triple Crank qualifier, along with LOTOJA and Kokopelli Relay.
Start Line: The start line will be located west of the Huntsville Park, on 7400 E., between 300 S. and 200 S. in Huntsville Utah. Parking is located at the church west of the Start/Finish line, 277 s. 7400 E. We will start the ride promptly at 6:00am/7:00am.
Finish Line: This is an Out and Back ride, so the start and finish location is the same. After your ride, relax and enjoy a catered meal from Silver Whisk, visit the local square, and celebrate your achievement with family and friends.
Additional meals can be purchased at the start/finish line for $10.
Parking for riders will be located at the Church west of the Start/Finish line, located at 277 S. 7400 E. Enter parking on 300 South from 7500 East.
Aid Stations The 1st aid station will be the LDS Church in Mountain Green, 2nd the LDS Church in Porterville, a water stop at East Canyon Resort and the 3rd aid station on top of Big Mountain.
There will be a mechanic station at Snowbasin. This means we would like between 5 and 10 Rest Stop Comms Operators, with 2 operators at each aid station preferred.
We are still in need of one SAG driver and one Shuttle driver. Please consider helping out.
If you are interested in volunteering to help with this event, please go to this link and fill out the form https://forms.gle/bYTtZPzN61A63GL8A
2022 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Cycle for Life
Sat, August 27, 2021, 6:30am – 6:00pm
Johns Park Henefer, UT
Support for this event is being coordinated by UtahSAG
Each year, thousands of riders join forces in the fight against CF, pedaling along scenic routes and across multiple distances in a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Whether you’re a first-time participant or a professional cyclist, you can turn your passion into progress and inspire change through what you love. Get your wheels in motion and join us for our 2022 annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in Northern Utah. Utah CFF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 10.7, 23.5, 32.3, 55, 74.3 and 100.2 miles.
Expect amazing energy and an incredible finish-line celebration at these daylong rides. From breakfast to our cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance and repair, and support vehicles to help you complete the ride. We are expecting a good turn out this year as events have been coming back on line.
What we anticipate needing for this event are the following positions:
Net Control - 1
Rest Stop Comms - 12
SAG Drivers - 8
Shuttle Drivers - 2
Motorcycle Leads - 3
Bicycle Ride Ambassadors - 15
Staff Shadow - 2
If you are interested in volunteering to assist with this event please follow this link to sign up: https://forms.gle/uYzru4hVoQZepKbg9