BikeUtah taking the reins for MidWeekMTB

Bike Utah Takes The Helm

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After a long journey looking for the right group to take over the MidWeekMTB series, we are excited to say that we have found the perfect fit, Bike Utah.

Who is Bike Utah?

Since 2005, the mission of Bike Utah has been¬†to integrate bicycling into the everyday culture of the state. Utah is currently ranked #8, Bike Utah’s goal is to help make Utah the most bike-friendly state in the country!

Just check out what Bike Utah has accomplished over the last 12 years.

If you’d like to learn a little more, check out

Interested about learning more about the cycling scene in Utah? Register for the 2018 Bike Summit hosted by Bike Utah on March 13th.

We are stoked to pass the MidWeekMTB torch along to a great organization who’s primary goals are in line with MidWeekMTB’s, which is to help enrich the Utah¬†cycling community.


Questions you are all wanting to ask

Will the race vibe change?
NOPE. Bike Utah wants to keep the event as is, by continuing to stoke out riders, families, the community, and its venues.

When is the race calendar going to be published?
Hang tight, transitioning the event takes some time but we are working diligently to secure venues and dates, and you can be assured we will announce as soon as we have them marked.

Will there still be a free kids 12&Under event?

Still hosting Mini-Enduros?

Will you still offer season passes?

Please help spread the word! The 2018 MidWeekMTB -race series- is alive and strong!


Have questions, suggestions, want to get involved for the ’18 season? (use the form below)


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Race Directors Brooke Howard and Luke Ratto

Thank you all for an epic 7 years

We are excited for the next MidWeekMTB chapter, and you can be assured this picture will not be the last time you see us!

Brooke is now working full-time for The Utah High School Cycling League (an affiliate of NICA) as the Central Regional Director.

Luke is still working full-time for Ski Utah and is excited to spend more time with his young family out mountain sport’n.

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