RAR Moab

While Moab is widely known as a world-class destination for mountain biking, it is not necessarily known for its friendliness to beginners or mellow enthusiasts, nor for its inclusivity and diversity.

Our RAR chapter was born out of a desire to help create an inclusive and supportive community here and to connect rural riders from the greater Four Corners area. We have all enjoyed organizing and participating in femme-led bike outings and look forward continuing to grow an intentional and welcoming cycling community in the Four Corners region.



Makeda (she/her) is a Midwest transplant to Moab and has called this valley home since 2017. Originally drawn to Moab as a climber, Makeda became involved in the Moab bike community in the Fall of 2019 and hasn’t stopped pedaling since. Whether it’s coordinating bikepacking trips with FTW individuals in the area, helping with community bike maintenance events, or goofing around on the trail, she wants to foster a space where everyone can enjoy themselves on two wheels. When she’s not biking or working for a local nonprofit, Makeda can be found making art, sewing clothes, and running around in the desert.



Molly (she/her) has lived on the Colorado Plateau for over a decade, and has called Moab home for three years. She works in public lands management and is passionate about land access and stewardship. She loves moving through these landscapes with bikes, packrafts, and her own two feet. 


Paige (she/her): I have lived in Moab since 2011 and currently work as a bike mechanic at both a shop and for a race team.  I love biking for all the reasons…but mostly health, happiness, and friendship.  It inspires an endless quest for improvement and adventure.  I enjoy teaching women bike maintenance skills and in general helping folks get on bikes and keep them working well.  



Zoe (she/her): Hi! I’m Zoe and I am so excited to be a part of RAR! I’ve lived in Moab, Utah since 2016 and am currently in school to become a nurse. I get excited about wildflowers, salty snacks, mental healthcare, harm reduction, and long rides. My bike brings me joy, community, and strength – I can’t wait to share these things with the growing RAR community.  


RAR Chapters will advocate, support, and uplift BIPOC and FTWN-B cyclists in their local communities! Find a RAR Chapter in your area and learn more about each group.

Latest Chapter News

  • FTWNB Led Cycling Events

    FTWNB Led Cycling Events

    With recent announcements from UCI banning transgender women from competing in the women’s category during races, we wanted to uplift events doing the amazing work to create spaces for the FTWNB community.  Here is a list of femme, trans, women, and non-binary led cycling events to support, follow, and attend.  This is not a comprehensive……

  • New RAR Chapters!

    New RAR Chapters!

    Give a warm welcome to the eleven new RAR Chapters! We had over twenty applications from BIPOC and FTWN-B organizers nationwide and beyond. We mainly sought groups in different regions who had a solid core group to build out their community efforts. THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to apply.   Twenty-one RAR Chapters will advocate, support, and uplift BIPOC and……

  • RAR Raffle for Chapters Fundraiser

    RAR Raffle for Chapters Fundraiser

    Donate to win prizes and help us raise $40k to grow RAR Chapters to 20 locations!  Donate to the RAR Chapters Fundraiser to win sweet prizes from Salsa, Revelate Designs, Velocity Wheels, Teravail, Bags x Bird, and Simworks. A total of five prizes will be given away: To enter, please donate $25 to the RAR……