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Provo Bike Month is going strong!

We are a week into Bike Month and there’s still plenty of fun events, challenges and activities to participate in! Just this week we have the Golden Spike Ride on Saturday and then next week we have the CycloFemme Ride, the Worldwide Ride of Silence, a couple of social rides, and the Bikes and Trikes Festival followed by so much more!

These are all great bicycling events you can do with your family or friends. Check out the list of events below for all the details and get ready to make Provo an even more bicycle-friendly community.

Golden Spike Ride

Saturday, May 11 | 7:00 am - 5:000 pm

Move Utah invites you to participate in a group bike ride and family-friendly event to celebrate the Golden Spoke trail network. This free event will include a group bike ride that travels north to High Adventure Park in Ogden. Additionally, there will be community events hosted along the way, as well as the Heritage Festival 150 Edition. A Bike Valet will be provided by Move Utah and the Ogden Bike Collective at the Heritage Festival at Union Station. The group bike rides and event are free, but registration is requested.

CycloFemme Ride

Sunday, May 12 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm @ Provo Bicycle Collective

Every year in May, women around the globe band together on bikes to celebrate collective momentum. CycloFemme is a Global Celebration of Women created TO HONOR THE PAST from the shoulders of those who stood before us, for the freedom to choose and the chance to wear pants. TO CELEBRATE THE PRESENT with strength and courage, voices raised, moving together. TO EMPOWER THE FUTURE of women everywhere, the backbone of positive social change. Join PBC as we ride simultaneously with women across the world. We will meet outside the shop. To stay up to date on event details, RSVP to the Facebook Event Page.

Ride of Silence

Wednesday, May 15 | Meet @ 6:30 pm, Ride starts @ 7:00 pm Dixon Middle School (750 W 200 N)

Join the Provo chapter of the Worldwide Ride of Silence on May 16th to ride to honor people who were killed or injured while biking this last year and last several years. We will begin at Dixon Middle School and go for a short, slow, silent ride with brief stops at the ghost bike memorials for Doug Crow and Mark Robinson, and return to Dixon Middle School where we will have light refreshments.

Social Rides

Wednesday, May 15, 22, 29 | Times Vary @ Provo Bicycle Collective

No racing, no spandex, just a good-old ride around the city. Join PBC staff as we ride through Provo and explore places you may have never been. The ride will be different each night, so join us for all of them. All ages and abilities welcome. Don’t forget your bike lights! To stay up to date on event details, RSVP to the Facebook Event Page.

Snacks Outside

Wednesday, May 15, 22, 29 | 7:00 - 8:30 am @ Provo Bicycle Collective

Warmer weather is upon us! Time to get on your bikes and have some fun. Every Wednesday morning we will meet at PBC, ride somewhere pretty, and eat snacks. Employee Jordan will provide something to share, like muffins or granola bars. Bring a snack for yourself or to share. To stay up to date on event details, RSVP to the Facebook Event Page.

Bikes & Trikes Festival

Saturday, May 18 | location and time TBD

You’ll want to bring your bikes, trikes and training wheels for some fun cycling festivities your whole family will enjoy!

8th Annual FFUFR Forest Race

Saturday, May 18 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm @ Paul Ream Wilderness Park

FFUFR stands for Fun, Fun Underground Forest Race. Yes, it’s that fun. Join us for a ridiculous race through the forest and streams at Paul Ream Wilderness Park. Bikes will be provided. Please bring your helmet and a side to share for the BBQ! All ages and abilities are welcome, racing is not required; you can just watch if you’d like! To stay up to date on event details, RSVP to the Facebook Event Page.

Bike Month Campout

Friday, May 24 | location and time TBD

Get out of the city and into the mountains by pedal power. Join PBC staff as we cruise the Provo River Trail up to Nunn’s Park to camp. Bring your loved ones or meet some new friends around the campfire! All ages are welcome. Registration fee includes campsite fee, campfire wood, and s’mores. Campers will need to bring their own sleeping arrangements (hammock, tent, sleeping bag, etc.), food, water, and some warm clothing for the night. If you do not have racks or bags to carry your gear on your bike, we’ll have a bike trailer that can carry up to 100lbs of gear and will happily shuttle your stuff. Get your tickets on the Facebook Event Page.

Pedal Provo Ghost Tour

Saturday, May 25 | 9:00 pm @ Provo City Cemetery

Pedal Provo Ghost Tour is holding a very special tour in celebration of Provo Bike Month! Tickets are required to come on this ride so please visit their website: for more info and to claim your spot!

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