|Patrick Sisk, participant in the Tour de Cure on June 9th|
at Rees Pioneer Park in Brigham City
- Legacy Parkway Bike Path - The Legacy Parkway Bike Path is a great trail for riders of all levels. It begins on the North end of I-215 in North Salt Lake, and is a paved trail all the way to Davis County. It follows the scenic Legacy Highway, and is a perfect choice for all ages.
- Antelope Island - Antelope Island is located in Davis County, and offers beautiful scenery of The Great Salt Lake. There are nearly twenty miles of trails for cycling. The Lakeshore Trail is two miles long, and is perfect for beginner riders or riders with small children. Experienced riders will enjoy the White Rock Bay Loop, which is nine miles of back country trails.
- Suncrest - Located in the southern part of Salt Lake County, this is a ride full of hills for the more experienced riders. The trail begins where the Frontage Road for I-15 meets Bangerter Highway. It follows the point of the mountain and along the Alpine Highway into Utah County.
- Little Cottonwood - Also called the Little Cottonwood Pipeline, it's a lower altitude ride that starts at the base of Little Cottonwood Canyon. It's a quick ride that covers seven miles round trip.
- The Rail Trail - Covering scenic views in Wasatch and Summit Counties, The Rail Trail is a historic ride with views along the Union Pacific Railroad. The trail begins in Park City and and follows I-80 through Wanship, Coalville, and Echo Reservoir. This is a non-motorized trail, which makes it perfect for biking.