SUMMIT BIKE CLUB: Utah’s Premier Development Program
With over 60 Members and counting, Summit is nonprofit dedicated in providing the highest educational experience.
Skills: Reach The Next Level
Many cyclists think they can reach the top on their own, we don’t believe that’s the case. Our athletes are the #1 priority at SBC and we want to help you achieve your goals. Summit coaches are dedicated to providing the highest level of instruction including individualized skills progressions.
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Find The Program Just For You
Summit Bike Club has 3 programs for junior athletes to progress through as they learn and age.
The Club program is designed for athletes aged 9-13 who are interested in being introduced to racing with previous riding experience and comfort riding beginner to intermediate trails.
The Devo program is designed for athletes aged 14-16 who desire further skills development and are confident on intermediate to advanced trails.
The Race program is designed for athletes aged 17-22 who are dedicated to the sport and seeking the highest level of skills refinement with an endurance focus.
Annual Fundraiser for SBC with promotion from WeBe Cycling.
Compete as a soloist or teams of two and three.
Our Partners: They Help Make Everything Possible
SBC has many individuals and businesses that help us achieve our goals and further support our members.
Tim Dahle Nissan
Plan 7 Coaching
Gear Rush Skills
We are always on the leading edge and continue to transform with the needs of the community. However, we are always open to new ideas from outside our board, so don’t be shy and contact us with anything you’d like to see happen!
We continue to strive to educate individuals on trail educate and sportsmanship in addition to riding skills. As well as providing community service for the greater good of every other rider on the trails.
“Competitive but Courteous”
“You kids rocked it Saturday! And I was very impressed by your racing etiquette. Competitive but courteous, excellent bike handlers and excellent examples of good people on the trail.. Keep up the good work and continue to inspire others. The world is yours.” - B.M. (Facebook User)
“If you’re a junior mountain biker in Utah you would be crazy not to join the Utah Summit Devo program. You’re only young once, invest in yourself. You have the rest of your life to race for a local club team… There is no such thing a senior development programs, it’s now or never! Big things for 2014 and the future!”
“Thanks for putting on such a great race! Great atmosphere and fun trails…with a bunch of awesome people to share it with! Couldn’t have been a better day! The weather even waited for the racing to end before getting bad! Thanks for the fun day!“
J.B., W360 Competitor
“Being part of the Devos allows me to meet friends that love to ride bikes as much as I do. Also riding for Summit makes it possible for me to travel to lots of cool places around the country and race my bike. Summit Bike Club helps you develop your fundamental skills to progress in what ever kind of riding you want to do.”
“I love Summit Bike Club because the coaches are nice, funny, and very good at riding their bikes. What I also love about Summit Bike Club is all the fun we have. We go to the pump park, on long rides, and we sometimes do fun, easy, short rides with the team and practice skills. SBC taught me a lot this year and I have become a faster and a more skilled rider. Summit Bike Club is not always about the bikes, summer we went swimming,camping, and backpacking. Summit Bike Club is my best friend!”
“I just wanted to thank you for putting on a great race. I spent a decade racing the NORBA Pro Series and can’t remember a course that was marked this well, started on time and was so youth friendly. This was my Daughter’s very first race. We were able to take 3rd, the most amazing part was she broke her derailleur on lap 6 at race mile 4.5 and called me to give up. She had no idea what to do, and was so disappointed that this was happening on the last lap. She Pushed her bike to the next spot on the course where she remembered there was a course marshal, they bent it strait and she was able to continue. Determination is difficult to teach, endurance racing finds a way to make you reach down deep or give up. Thanks for providing my daughter this experience. She slept with her trophy last night. A very proud moment for her.”