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10 Routes Chosen by Utah Cyclists
Cedar City to Cedar City 90-Mile Cycling Loop
The 90-mile Cedar City loop is one of Utah’s most challenging and scenic bike routes. Learn all about the route and plan your ride today!
How to Bikepack: Pro Tips for Planning a Multi-day Backcountry Ride
Want to learn how to bikepack? Check out these tips and bikepacking gear list from veteran rider Kurt Gensheimer and plan your own Utah bikepacking trip!
Riding With TJ Eisenhart
In 2016, pro cyclist and Utah native TJ Eisenhart had a breakout performance at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, finishing 7th overall in the general classification as part of the BMC Racing Team and being recognized as a Fan Favorite.
Taking Your Family Adventure Cycling
Want to know how to go bike touring with kids? Check out our guide to family adventure cycling in Utah and plan your trip today!
Tour de Farmtown: A City Slicker’s Guide to Cycling Cache Valley
Northern Utah's Cache Valley is small enough that you can cross its width and strike out six to seven farm towns in a single afternoon. At each point on the compass, there’s a new community to explore, all with rich pioneer histories. Perched in the north are the cow-dotted hills of Clarkston and Richmond. Ride to the center of the valley, and you’ll find yourself looping around the Bear River with a stellar view of the Wellsvilles and an occasional pelican or sand crane flapping overhead.
Parks & Outdoors
Utah's national parks feature some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world. But other lands in Utah promise just as much allure, including state parks, and national monuments and recreations areas. It's safe to call these our hidden gems.
Top Road Cycle Touring Routes
The most serious cyclists among us are always looking for the opportunities to get out on the bike. But there are also life-list destinations you dream of riding. You follow the pros as they tear up the asphalt and get restless watching the aerial footage of the winding, rising landscapes.
Visitor Information Centers across the state carry area-specific cycling information and maps. Cycling suggestions covered in this section represent only a sampling of the routes and terrain opportunities available for bicycle exploration.