Tyrell Floyd, Ben Lomond
Tyrell Floyd, Ben Lomond
Trek Bicycle's "More than a Sport" Video
We need to find more time for play in schools. Deseret News 2016
"Bingham Mountain Biking Club Growing" Community News 4U
"New Multi-use trail system to be constructed" Daily Herald
KUTV2 "Utah Biking League holds forth competition" 10/10/15
Welcome to the new season and thank you for being a part of the fastest growing and most successful program in NICA (National Interscholastic Cycling Association). In just five years, the Utah League has grown by more than 660%, with a record 2,400 student athletes participating in 2016. The quality of our programs is due to the dedication of our amazing 856 coaches, countless volunteers, and staff and impacts the lives of Utah's teens. When Ben Lomond Student Tyrell Floyd talks about the joy of being on his bike, he’s capturing something much deeper than the fun of biking. We believe this joy can come from being part of a team and league based upon the principles of "Strong Body, Strong Mind, Strong Character, Inclusivity and Equality" where everyone participates and the focus is life-long. Come have fun with us and find joy in 2017.
POSITION OPEN: the Utah league is hiring a full time Operations Manager. Please click here for details.
Lori started her cycling passion in eighth grade. She tried her first mountain bike race in 2002, and it changed her life—she was hooked! She began training and racing and earned her USAC coaching certifications and worked with JR Smith Coaching from 2004 to 2011. Lori discovered NICA in 2011 and knew it would make a difference for Utah's teens and that she had to start a league in Utah.
Lori's passion and enthusiasm for the Utah League mission and core principles are contagious. With the help of a great board, race crew, and coaches, the league has seen unprecedented success and growth, and has led the way in developing and implementing several new programs (Elevate, Student Leadership, Junior Devo, League Loaner Bikes, etc) and in hosting the largest events in NICA.
Jason had the opportunity to participate in the League as a student for the 2012 and 2013 season. Jason's former High School coach, Judd Zimmerman, was the true reason why Jason got into mountain biking. Since his High School graduation in 2014, he has stayed connected within the league and has wanted kids to experience the same excitement that he did. Jason has been pursuing his cycling passion by attending USAC's Pro XCT level races, and has now transitioned to the Ultra-Endurance races (focusing on the 24-hour solo discipline), and Enduro. In 2016, Jason competed in the Scott Enduro Cup Series (Pro-Men's Division) and finished the season with an overall 8th place.