Upcoming Events

Please view the Calendar to see all events throughout the year

Hello all! 


Here we are in the middle of another great volunteer season.  We've made it through the Front Rnner Century, the Ride with the Angels and the Tim Wangsgaard Memorial Ride.. Little Red, MS-Bike, Iron Lung and just this weekend, the CFF Cycle for Life.  We have just added events into the month of September on this list, please scroll down to see them all.

We will continue to 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone has an opportunity to volunteer for each event, so we will continue to also inform our "members" via email.  If you are not already on our email list please click here to add yourself to the list.

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 further into the future, or for events supported by other clubs/groups,  please go to the calendar where you can view events throughout the year.

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


Wildflower Pedalfest

August 17, 2019 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Morgan County Fairgrounds and various locations in Morgan County

Wildflower Pedalfest is an all ladies bike ride going through scenic Morgan County. Due to road construction on Highways 65 & 66 the route will be changed from past years. The start/finish will be at the Morgan County Fairgrounds and the route will go around Morgan County and then down the Old Highway to Mountain Green. The hill climb this year will be going over Trapper’s Loop towards Huntsville.  

To make this a successful ride we need 2-3 at net control, 8-10 feed zone/rest stop operators, 8-10 SAG operators, 1-3 motorcycle operators, and at least 8 bike marshals. If you would like to help you can sign up at the following link, https://goo.gl/forms/2hkWK7FDYnNWRwNg2.

Thank you in advance for your help and remember gentlemen that you could be someone’s knight in shining armor on this ride.

For more information about this ride please go to https://wildfloweroutdoor.com/


Ultimate Challenge - Tour of Utah

August 17, 2019 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Canyons Village Park, Park City, UT


The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is known as “America’s toughest stage race.” This event is your chance to get a taste of the action! The 2019 edition is set to be the most epic yet as it will be on the Stage 6 route of the Tour of Utah.

The NEW full course is 94 miles with climbing 8124 feet of elevation – and the new short course is 44 miles with climbing 2859 feet in elevation. Feeling less like riding and more like spectating? We are excited to announce for 2019 a short course! Skip the climbs and head back to the finish and start the watch party at Canyons Village at Park City.

There is also a race within the ride, as riders are timed on the private Wolf Creek Ranch Road and on Pine Canyon Road to Empire Pass. This is a course that cannot be ridden any other time or with this high prestige. Come preview Stage 6 and experience the Ultimate Challenge!

This year we will be manning 6 fixed locations and the command center at Canyons Village Park.  If you would like to volunteer for this event please sign up here: https://forms.gle/3zohidMVTohMdRmP8


National Ability Center Summit Challenge

Saturday, August 24⋅6:00am – 5:00pm

National Ability Center 1000 Ability Way, Park City, UT 84060, USA

A fully-supported road ride through the scenic mountains and valleys of Summit and Wasatch counties, the Summit challenge offers a choice of a 16, 50, 80 or 100-mile course to fit your level of experience.

The Summit Challenge is an annual fundraiser. All proceeds benefit the National Ability Center, a non-profit organization located in Park City, Utah with a mission of empowering individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.

For more information about this ride please go to https://summitchallenge100.org

To volunteer for Comms/SAG for this event you need to register on two site, first is the NAB Volunteer page -  https://discovernac.org/ways-to-give/volunteer/  and click either the Current Volunteer or Become a Volunteer link.  

Then also with the Comms/SAG coordinator at https://goo.gl/forms/Pf78qatpYlUNjf9z1 


Wonder Woman Century

Saturday, September 14⋅6:30am – 5:30pm

Payson, UT

Come experience Southern Utah County as you cycle through the beautiful rolling countryside. With the addition of the 15 mile route, now there is a route for every ability! Whichever distance you choose the 15 mile,  30 mile, 70 mile or the 100 miles, you will love the picturesque scenery and ease of the course.

This fully supported ride has a total of 6 aid stations for the century riders, 5 for the 70 milers, 2 for the 30 milers and 1 for the 15 milers . Each aid station is stocked with fruit, water, Powerade and other goodies. The century and 70 milers will also have a lunch stop.

It is always a good idea to bring a spare tube and whatever you need to change your tire however, we will also have a slew of super hero volunteers both on bicycles and roaming in SAG vehicles.

The finish line will have a festive atmosphere with great food, music, fun giveaways and expo with great vendors!

Come join 700 of your new closest friends to push your body and mind to new heights as you challenge yourself in this exciting event!

To volunteer for this event please follow this link: https://forms.gle/uWXw6imSDMY6sLoYA

For more information about this ride go to http://wonderwomanride.com/ 


Wheels of Justice - Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Saturday, September 21 6:00am – 5:30pm

Sandy, UT

Wheels of Justice is stoked to announce the second annual Ain’t No Mountain High Enough! ride. After enjoying a free pancake breakfast at the Black Bear Diner in Sandy, we will ascend all five of Salt Lake City’s riding canyons, climbing more than 14,000 feet over 116 miles! The ride is not easy, but neither is the fight to put an end to childhood trauma. With more vert than the most prominent peak in the continental United States, this formidable ride is meant to show that no mountain is high enough to keep us from protecting and helping children. It also shows that people can overcome any challenge. Those who compete will receive a Specialized water bottle courtesy of UtahBikingLaw.com and a killer finisher’s medal courtesy of DNA Cycling. Thanks to our other awesome community partners, there will also be some very cool giveaways and prizes. The ride is FREE, so rally your friends and come join us in September!

The ride is FREE. We simply ask that you consider making a donation to the cause. (We are grateful for donations of any size.) In addition to any personal donation you decide to make, you can also ask your family and friends to donate a penny for each foot of elevation you climb during the ride. ALL proceeds from the ride (and merchandise sales) go to help four incredible organizations making a real difference in our community: Prevent Child Abuse Utah, Friends of the Salt Lake County Children’s Justice Center, Operation Underground Railroad, and the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition.

To volunteer to help with this event please follow this link: https://forms.gle/dxuiaUifnaLrmga68

For more information about the ride, visit www.aintnomountainhighenough.org


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

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