"CYCLING HAS OPENED MANY DOORS AND HAS ALLOWED ME TO EXPLORE THE OUTDOORS AND PURSUE MY LOVE OF BEING ON A BIKE.
Lia participated in the Utah High School Cycling League for four years, racing Freshman, Junior varsity, and Varsity for the last two years.
Sarah is always upbeat and happy teaching the kids "mental toughness" in adversity. She encourages them to "finish" what they start and to get into the "zone" when times get hard....
Jamie Marshal was the 2014 Jerry Seiner Leadership Award winner. His story demonstrates the difference one student can make to his/her team and community.
The following is a powerful story of how One Coach and our program made a difference in the life of one student, as told by the student's mother.
"Casi is a senior at Hillcrest high school and is in her second year of JV racing. She is the unofficial head cheerleader and team captain of the Hillcrest Cottonwood composite team."
Sherry has been volunteering with the league since its inception and became a vital member of the race crew. Her son, Brad raced on the Pleasant Grove team in 2012 and 2013. What most of you probably don't know is the crucial role she played in 2015, in spite of being very sick.
While traditional sports teams often have great rivalries and hatred, the Utah League places camaraderie above competition. Is it possible? Here's what a Bingham parent said about Alta's MTB team.
Jake VanWagoner was a senior in 2012, and raced in the league as a Varsity. Thanks to him, the Lone Peak High Mountain Bike Team was established and participated that inaugural season with 11 student athletes.
Coach Hansen was literally the first person to volunteer to be a head coach during the league's inception. He has definitely made a difference in the lives of many of his students. Here's one mother's story.
Race season is upon us and we need your help volunteering at the races. We cannot make these races happen without our amazing volunteers and this season we need more help than ever. Please consider helping us out! Read more for the details.
The Elevate Program is a mountain bike program for students with special needs. We are serious about our vision and want to "enable EVERY Utah Teen" to enjoy the lifelong sport of cycling.
Young Riders is looking for summer coaches! If you are a current coach, alumni, or student looking for some extra $$, Young Riders can hook you up with a summer job.
Announcing the UHSCL Blog!