Utah High School Cycling League

The Utah High School Cycling League (a 501(c)3 nonprofit) was organized in 2011 and is an affiliate league of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association.   We facilitate the development of interscholastic cycling teams/clubs for grades 7 – 12 and provide the education, training, licensing and insurance for coaches and volunteers.  We also provide a high-quality mountain bike racing experience, while emphasizing the value of each participant (no bench) and placing camaraderie, positive sporting behavior and the cultivation of health over competition.


Enable every Utah teen to strengthen body, mind and character through the life-long sport of cycling


Establish a fun, enduring and relevant interscholastic mountain biking program to improve Utah’s Communities and the lives of Utah’s teens


Strong Body, Strong Mind, Strong Character, Inclusivity and Equality

making history

We have made history since our inception in 2012, with our unprecedented growth. Starting as the “Largest first-year league in NICA history”, we have experienced 904% growth in only 6 years. But we are more than just our growth; the following are additional Utah League accomplishments and “NICA firsts”.

First league to:

  1. start a league loaner bike program
  2. Develop Utah League Scholarship program for students/teams in need
  3. establish Elevate program for disabled students
  4. create Student Leaders Summits
  5. start as a “Project League” with NICA
  6. One of two leagues chosen to pilot NICA Safety Study
  7. One of three leagues chosen in 2014 to pilot Junior Devo program

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