The 2020 Utah Bike Summit is in the works! Stay tuned for date, location, and details!
Transportation & Location Information
Getting to Thanksgiving Point
Thanksgiving Point is located near the junction of the Jordan River Parkway Trail and the Murdock Canal Trail. Free bicycle valet will be available at Thanksgiving Point courtesy of the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective.
Thanksgiving Point is located a short walk/ride from the Lehi FrontRunner Station.
Parking is available on site (Please try to attend using active and/or public transportation!).
Thanks for an excellent Utah Bike Summit! Attendees: watch your email for a feedback survey. Let’s all work to make Utah a better place to ride!
March 5, 2019
Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, Utah
The Utah Bike Summit is the state bicycle conference, open to bicycle enthusiasts and advocates, elected officials, bike shops, manufacturers, infrastructure engineers, planners, transportation professionals, health officials, tourism professionals, and the general public.
This one-day event features speakers, training sessions, networking opportunities, and discussions focusing on how to make Utah a better place to ride. Join us for lively conversations, product demos, and a motivational atmosphere!
Utah Bike Summit Opening Presentation - Sarnoff
1,000 Miles Campaign Presentation - Curtis, Wiltsie
Creating Change In Your Community: Getting Projects Going - Wade, Skabelund
Making Your Dream MTB Park a Reality - McAffee
What is, what might be, and what matters - A Discussion of Disruptive Trends and Active Transportation - Tomlin, McGrath, Stevens
Keynote - Biking, Equity & Inclusion - Davis
The Secret to Acquiring Bike Infrastructure - Davis
Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Business (Adobe) - Rabner
Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Business (Utah Valley Hospital) - Best
AASHTO Update - Goedhart, Pocock
If You Build It, Will They Come? - Van Wagenen
Preparing Your Community for Bicycle Tourism - Timmins, Adams
2019 Keynote Speaker - Veronica O. Davis
Veronica Davis is a transportation guru based in Washington DC. She co-owns Nspiregreen LLC, an environmental and urban planning consulting company and oversees their transportation and urban planning projects. Throughout her career she has worked across several modes of transportation including roadway design, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, transit planning, and rail.
Even outside of Nspiregreen, she encourages women and girls to bike for health, wellness, transportation, and fun as the Co-Founder of Black Women Bike. In addition, she serves on transportation committees for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Transportation Research Board.
2019 Utah Bike Summit Sponsors