Bicycle Advocacy Organizations (UT, ID, WY, MT, NV, CO, AZ )

2023 Utah and Western States (ID, WY, MT, NV, CO, AZ, CA, NM) Bicycle Advocacy Event Calendar

Ongoing and Series Events (Scroll down for individual events)

Bike UtahUT, Utah's Statewide Advocacy Group. They work on education and other bike related advocacy., Jenn Oxborrow, 385-831-1515, [email protected],

Salt Lake City Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Committee (MBAC)Salt Lake City, UT, Meetings are the 3rd Monday of the month from 5-7 pm in the SLC Transportation Division Conference room., Salt Lake City Transportation , 801-535-6630, [email protected],

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory CommitteeSalt Lake City, UT, The SLCBAC committee works to improve cycling conditions in Salt Lake County and is an official committee. Meetings are the second Wednesday of each month from 5:30-7:30 pm and are held in Suite N-2800 of the Salt Lake County Government Center, 2001 S. State St., Salt Lake City, UT,, Helen Peters, 385-468-4860, [email protected],

Weber PathwaysOgden, UT, Weber County's trails group. We are committed to the idea that a non-motorized network of public pathways significantly contribute to our community's economic vitality and quality of life., Mark Benigni, 801-393-2304, [email protected], Rod Kramer, 801-393-2304, [email protected],

Mooseknuckler AllianceSt. George, UT, We accept all types and styles of riders; most importantly we want people to ride their bikes and enjoy doing it. Most of us love riding our bikes in all types of weather and in multiple disciplines. The Alliance is located in Southern Utah and has group rides to help people get out, meet new friends, and most importantly, have fun riding their bikes., Lukas Brinkerhoff, 435-632-8215, [email protected],

Mountain Trails FoundationPark City, UT, Park City's Trails Group, Charlie Sturgis, 435-649-6839, [email protected],

Bonneville Shoreline Trail CommitteeSalt Lake City, UT, Volunteer to help build the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. (801) 485-6974 or visit our web page., Dave Roth, 801-824-5339, [email protected],

Parley's Rails, Trails and Tunnels (PRATT)Salt Lake City, UT, PRATT is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, run by volunteers. The mission of the Parley's Rails, Trails and Tunnels (PRATT) Coalition is to assist city, county, state and federal agencies and other public and private partners in completing a multi-use trail along I-80 via Parley's Creek Corridor and the Sugar House Rail Spur to connect the Bonneville Shoreline Trail with the Provo/Jordan River Parkway., Juan Arce-Larreta, 801-694-8925, [email protected],

Provo Bike CommitteeProvo, UT, Please join us every first Thursday of the month at 5 pm at 48 N. 300 W. to help make Provo a more bicycle-friendly community., Heather Skabelund, 971-404-1557, [email protected], Aaron Skabelund, 385-207-6879, [email protected],

Idaho Bike Walk AllianceBoise, ID, Idaho's Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Cynthia Gibson, 208-345-1105, [email protected],

Greater Arizona Bicycling AssociationTucson, AZ, Arizona's Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Eric Post, [email protected],

Coalition of Arizona BicyclistsPhoenix, AZ, Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Bob Beane, 623-252-0931, [email protected],

Wyoming PathwaysWilson, WY, Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Tim Young, 307-413-8464, ,

Bicycle ColoradoDenver, CO, Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Dan Grunig, 303-417-1544, [email protected],

Bike Walk MontanaHelena, MT, Statewide bicycle advocacy organization, Taylor Lonsdale, [email protected], Doug Haberman, 406-449-2787, [email protected],

Salt Lake Valley Trails SocietySalt Lake City, UT, Salt Lake Valley's natural surface bicycle trails non-profit., Kevin Dwyer, [email protected],

Teton Valley Trails and Pathways (TVTAP)Jackson, WY, Promotes trails and pathways in the Wydaho area of Wyoming and Idaho., Dan Verbeten, 208-201-1622, [email protected],,

Bike OremOrem, UT, The Orem Bicycle Coalition exists to cultivate a more bicycle friendly community in Orem so that more residents will be able and excited to ride in our community. We do this by encouraging bicycle safety, accessibility, inclusivity, and infrastructure to the community and its residents. Come join us! Currently we are meeting on the second Wednesday of each month, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at Mad Dog Cycles. The address is350 North Orem Blvd, Orem, UT 84057, Randy Gibb, 801-222-9577, [email protected],

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