RAR Salt Lake

RAR Salt Lake City was formed in 2021 when local riders Nikki, Becca, Iza and Hannah facilitated a RAR Bring on Spring Ride. They had a blast with the FTWN-B riders that came out, and the rest was history. When the opportunity to become an official chapter was presented, the group jumped at the opportunity.

The fun continues with a new group of core organizers as RAR Salt Lake City continues to prioritize getting FTWN-B and BIPOC folks on bikes. From city rides to bikepacking to learning about SLC’s transportation infrastructure, RAR Salt Lake City is working to grow the cycling community on the Wasatch Front…



Eve (she/her) moved to Utah from NYC in 2018. She learned to bike as an adult, and credits RAR Salt Lake City for getting her more comfortable riding around the city. She loves a ride that ends in ice cream. Eve is excited to keep getting more folks comfortable on


Carly Sands

Carly (she/her) moved to Salt Lake from Richmond, Virginia in 2022 to further pursue her career in emergency and disaster management. She quickly found her community in Salt Lake through biking and connecting with groups like RAR. She was quick to involve herself in RAR as she believes in the power of bikes in building communities. When not organizing and partaking in events with RAR, you can usually find Carly up in the air in a helicopter performing threat & risk assessments, or traveling throughout the state for work! Carly looks forward to helping grow RAR throughout the community and helping others connect within Salt Lake. 



Rachael (she/her) found her passion for bicycling in the summer of 2012. She fixed up an old free spirit road bike at the Freecycles bicycle co-op in Missoula Montana, and it changed her life. She’s passionate about riding bicycles, but also bicycles as a way to interact with everything else in life. From teaching self-empowerment, control over your transportation, and a way to connect with community, bicycles have so many lessons to teach us. Catch Rachael around town going to community events, running clothing repair events by bike, preserving food, and urban farming.


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

  • 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……

  • RAR Chapters Applications are now open!

    RAR Chapters Applications are now open!

    Want to start a Radical Adventure Riders Chapter in your area? RAR is expanding the Chapter Program for up to 20 chapters with funding, training, and support to carry out RAR’s mission! Radical Adventure Riders launched the Chapter program in 2021, to support and build a more inclusive cycling and outdoor community for femme, trans……