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Provo Rides

Provo rides in style. Below is a list of informal, recurring bicycle rides throughout the city. You’ll want to double-check to see if any particular ride is still planned before showing up in your tweed cycling cape with no where to go… Usually updates are available via Facebook.

You’ll also want to keep checking back to this blog and the BikeProvo.org Facebook page for updates on non-recurring rides and special bicycling events throughout the year. We’re pretty serious about riding around here, so there’s almost always something coming up.

Weekly Rides

Monday Night Night Rides – Join this (mostly 20-something) crowd for a night-time jaunt around the city.

Food Truck Roundup Cruiser Rides – Join the cruiser ride for a leisurely roll from Joaquin Park to the Provo Food Truck Roundup across from the Frontrunner station. A ride and dinner for all ages. Thursdays at 7pm.

Utah Bicycling Club Rides – Regular trail rides starting from Provo and other Utah county locations. Ride locations and times are subject to change over time; generally there are several rides each week. Details can be found at www.utahbicyclingclub.blogspot.com and the Facebook group Utah Bicycling Club. You can also call 801-231-2000 for an update of what’s coming up.

Annual Rides

Cyclofemme (May) – We join the national Cyclofemme movement with a Provo ride every year during the weekend of Mother’s Day. Women of all ages are invited to join in and celebrate bikes.

Bike Month (May) – Every May is National Bike Month and Provo celebrates with nearly a dozen events. Join us for a Bike-to-Work Ride with the Mayor, Bike Prom, Bike Carnivals, and lots of other fun stuff.

Bike-to-School Week (September) – Keep an eye out for Fall events at K-12 schools throughout Provo. We’ll be hosting Bicycle Rodeos, providing tune-ups, and offering incentives to get kids on their bikes.