Bicycle Barnstorming Tour

Although not sponsored by the SLR, this activity takes place in my backyard….FYI.


The Bicycle Barnstorming Tour is coming your way!

Join us in the evening for dinner and entertainment


Be on the lookout for cyclists admiring historic barns as they pedal the highways, back roads and byways of Sevier and Sanpete counties June 11-13, 2012.  The public is invited to join the cyclists and their invited guests for dinner, entertainment and prize drawings each evening of the three-day tour.  Come for an evening or tag along to all three events and become Bicycle Barnstorming groupies.


Monday, June 11, 6 p.m.  Dutch oven dinner, Richfield City Park, 300 North Main.  Cowboy poet C.R. Wood will emcee and entertain.  Cost:  $15


Tuesday, June 12, 6 p.m.  Dinner, art exhibition and barn dance, Anderson Barn, 390 South 100 West, Spring City.  Music and entertainment by Clive Romney and friends.  Cost: $20


Wednesday, June 13, 6:30 pm.  Dinner and horse-drawn hay ride, Ephraim Co-op Building, 96 North Main.  Tour guide Roger Baker.  Cost:  $25


Payment for evening events must be received by Thursday, June 7th in order to have counts for catering and the hay ride.  Pay online at the Utah Heritage Foundation website  by clicking on the Bicycle Barnstorming Tour link and going to the registration page.


The 2012 Bicycle Barnstorming Tour kicks off the updating and expansion of a guide to historic barns throughout the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area (MPNHA).  The guide will be available as a smartphone app and a printable PDF.  The 2013 Bicycle Barnstorming Tour will showcase barns and other historic places in the Boulder Loop section of the MPNHA.


Registration for the bike tour has also been extended to June 7th.  For more information about signing up for the bike tour or the evening events contact Susan Crook, 435-773-5336,


About Utah Heritage Foundation

Utah Heritage Foundation is a non-profit, statewide, membership-based organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Utah’s historic built environment through public awareness, advocacy, and active preservation.  Founded in 1966, the foundation fulfills its mission through a wide range of programs and activities, including: a low-interest loan program, school tours of local landmark buildings, and a historic homes tour.