The Salt To Saint Relay is Utah’s most exciting bicycle relay challenge. Teams of cyclists, consisting of 8 riders, 4 riders, and even Solo riders, will push themselves, their sleeping habits, their cycling abilities and their idea of a good time to new limits. Imagine the bragging rights, inside jokes, camaraderie and stench that will be built up after 24 hours and 420+ miles of riding together, working together and cheering each other on.

Creating their own strategy, teams will try to get from Salt Lake City Utah to St George Utah as fast as possible.  Cyclists start in the heart of Salt Lake City just east of This is the Place State Monument and leapfrog their way south, riding and relaying on roads that have been chosen for their safety, beauty and challenge. Following historic Hwy 89 for the majority of the route, riders will pass through towns they never knew existed and through some of the most stunning scenery Utah has to offer.

With the distance of 420+ miles divided into 24 legs, each team will need to decide which distances and legs fit their individual teammates’ abilities.  Legs vary in distance, but have an average distance of 17 miles. While this event will challenge even the toughest of cyclists on the road, it is also achievable by the novice cyclist.

Join us for this elevation ride that explores the beautiful areas of Liberty Lake, Post Falls, Green Bluff and Spokane Valley. Cyclists of all ages and ability levels are welcome. Routes will be clearly marked with food stops and mechanical support. Proceeds from this ride support various Rotary Club and community outreach programs.

Join us for the premier ultra mountain bike race in Southeast Idaho.  Participate in a 100K or 50K ride in one of America’s best mountain biking areas.

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.

There are many interpretations of who/what Kokopelli is…for us, he represents what we love best about Southern Utah. Native Americans venerated him as a god of abundance and good spirits. You may have seen his image (often hump-backed, playing the flute) in and around Moab and St.George. Whatever others may think of him, to us he symbolizes joy, freedom, goodwill, and mettle; all characteristics you will experience at the Kokopelli Relay!


Every cyclist knows two things are necessary to truly experience the beauty of a region: your bike, and your friends. The Tour de Saint George is your opportunity to have a truly amazing experience on your bike, with your friends—while marveling at the beauty that is Southern Utah.

Choose a Distance: 35, 57, 80 and 100-mile ride options.

Be harder to kill at the 2022 Berserker Battle OCR

When Berserker and the Phoenix crew come together you can expect nothing less than an epic course and a fantastic festival that will have you feeling like you just conquered the world and are definitely HARDER TO KILL

Are you afraid of the dark? How about being in the woods in the dark?

The third annual Sleep When You’re Dead Multi-Sport Challenge will be held overnight during the weekend of October 8-9, 2022 in Florissant, CO. This will be a 12-hour overnight race consisting of mountain biking, trekking, navigation, and special challenges. And since Halloween is around the corner, be prepared for a spooky good time finding your way through the woods. Post-race party with prizes, food, and beer immediately following the race. Plan to stay to celebrate and meet other crazy racers and teams!

Stay dry while you complete a Tri at the Neal Center YMCA! The Dry Tri is the perfect competition for first-time triathletes or experienced triathletes who are training for Tri Season. This event allows participants to complete a triathlon without ever jumping in a pool! Participants will complete:

The U.S. Virgin Island of St. Croix will again be home to a major triathlon, on November 27, 2022. This will mark the 33rd year our beautiful island has hosted athletes from around the world, making this course one of the longest-running triathlons on record. Home to previous races such as “America’s Paradise Triathlon” and “IRONMAN 70.3® St. Croix”, St. Croix’s race is a must-do event for triathletes worldwide. A gorgeous swim in warm tropical water transitions to a scenic yet challenging ride that takes athletes along St Croix’s infamous South Shore. The run goes east from Cramer Park to Point Udall, the eastern-most point of the United States. Athletes are cheered on by residents, volunteers and entertainers across the island, and festivities occur throughout the day and night in Christiansted.