Support the Legislative Appropriation to Get Kids Riding and Build More Bike Lanes, Paths, Trails!

Bike Utah is working with Senate President Niederhauser on a legislative appropriation for our Youth Bicycle Education and Safety Training Program and the 1,000 Miles Campaign. These two programs will allow us to encourage more kids around Utah to start riding and help Bike Utah develop 1,000 miles of family-friendly bicycle lanes, paths, and trails over the next 10 years. 

The appropriation request will go to the Executive Appropriations Committee to determine if our request will be funded. If your representative is on that committee, use this form to let them know that you support this appropriation!

The form will only let you send a message if your representative is on the committee. The Committee members are:

Sen. Jerry W. Stevenson (R), Senate Chair  
Rep. Bradley G. Last (R), House Chair  
Sen. Kevin T. Van Tassell (R), Senate Vice Chair  
Rep. Mike Schultz (R), House Vice Chair  
Sen. J. Stuart Adams (R)  
Sen. Gene Davis (D)  
Sen. Luz Escamilla (D)  
Sen. Jani Iwamoto (D)  
Sen. Peter C. Knudson (R)  
Sen. Karen Mayne (D)  
Sen. Wayne L. Niederhauser (R)  
Sen. Ralph Okerlund (R)   Rep. Joel K. Briscoe (D)  
Rep. Francis D. Gibson (R)  
Rep. Sandra Hollins (D)  
Rep. Gregory H. Hughes (R)  
Rep. Brian S. King (D)  
Rep. John Knotwell (R)  
Rep. Angela Romero (D)  
Rep. Brad R. Wilson (R)  


Please contact your legislator and ask them to support the Legislative Appropriation to Get Kids Riding and Build More Bike Lanes, Paths, Trails!


The mission of Bike Utah is to integrate bicycling into the everyday culture of the state and we envision Utah as the most bicycle friendly state in the country.

You can help support Bike Utah by becoming a member or making a donation, both available at:

Bike Utah is a member organization of the League of American Bicyclists, a national bicycle advocacy non-profit dedicated to building a Bicycle Friendly America for everyone.