RIDE DISTANCES AND INFORMATION
The Huntsman SportsFest ride (formerly the Huntsman 140) is an epic ride through northern and central Utah. Four out-and-back rides start and end at Fort Douglas at the University of Utah, while some additional distances start at Salem Hills High School and end at Fort Douglas. This is a non-competitive, single-day, fully supported ride, with multiple distance options that make it the ideal ride for both the beginner and seasoned cyclist.
Each participant will receive a Huntsman SportsFest t-shirt at check-in, and those who fundraise $500 or more will receive the Huntsman SportsFest cycling jersey (check out our incentives page for more information). Although fundraising is not required, we encourage each participant and team to set a goal and try!
Distance Options and Route Maps
Distance options include (please click on each distance for route maps):
* Distances are still being finalized and are subject to change by ~ 5 miles.
Team Group Training - $250 fundraising and above
The Huntsman SportsFest offers cycling team training beginning in April meeting up for distance training rides on Saturday mornings. Team training is for beginners to seasoned athletes, to help you take on a variety of endurance challenges. When you sign up, you will begin receiving weekly training emails from the team with advice from our coaches, details about the upcoming training route, fundraising and training tips, and inspiring and insightful updates about Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Team training includes a training schedule, 10+ cycling coaches at each ride, mapped out training routes, and as the training rides get longer we will have aid stations and SAG support along the way. Starting in May, the training program will be open only to cyclists who are registered for an event and actively fundraising $250 or more. Thank you for advancing the mission of Huntsman Cancer Institute!
View the Huntsman Heroes Cycling Training Schedule and keep on track! Distances are subject to change based on training cancellations.
Rest Stops and Lunch
The Huntsman SportsFest ride is a fully supported event, including staffed rest stops for snacks and hydration, and a lunch stop at Westlake High School for all cyclists riding 80 miles or more. All distances will receive additional food and hydration at the Finish Line Festival.
2023 Ride Guide
The Ride Guide includes all things Huntsman SportsFest Ride, including course information, start times, feed zones, water stops, safety guidelines, and more.