About 2017-05-05T22:01:56+00:00


The Parkway Pedal is a casual bike ride along the Legacy Parkway trail. The ride will start and finish at the Davis Legacy Event Center in Farmington, UT just west of The Shops at Station Park.

Riders can choose various distances for beginners to the most experienced riders. After the race, Coldwell Banker will partner with the Sahara Cares Foundation for an outdoor celebration. There will be music, food, games, and festivities centered around family fun.

Don’t want to ride? Just join us at the Event Center for the activities starting at 11 a.m.

We hope to see you at our ride in September.



The Coldwell Banker Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that combines the resources of our company’s agents, staff, and affiliates, to provide financial and volunteer support for organizations in need around our community. Each year, the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation supports charities and programs that give back to the people of Utah in an effort to enrich the community and enhance lives through health and human services. The Foundation is proud to announce the 3rd annual Coldwell Banker Parkway Pedal™ has been scheduled for September 9th. The Foundation will continue its partnership with The Autism Council of Utah in hopes of raising money and awareness for this condition. Utah continues to have one of the nation’s highest rates of autism and community is in dire need of assistance and funding to help these families cope with the challenge of having an autistic child.


The Autism Council of Utah (ACU) is an independent council working to foster collaboration, communication, and learning among families and agencies. They promote access to resources and responsible information for individuals of all ages who have, or are affected by autism, or related conditions. The Council will accomplish this by supporting statewide partnerships to collaborate on special projects, research, and training. The Autism Council of Utah is a parent initiated and run organization with a leadership team of parents and agency support. The Autism Council stands apart from other parent led Councils because they have full support from the Governor and Executive Directors from the State and many other state agencies, including the Health Department, Human Services, Medicaid, Office of Education, Valley and Wasatch Mental Health, Baby Watch, Division of Services for People with Disabilities, The Children’s Center, Easter Seals, Utah Autism Research, U of U, USU, and BYU, along with many dedicated parents.

To learn more about The Autism Council of Utah, visit: autismcouncilofutah.org


Thank you for your interest in the Parkway Pedal! Want to get involved to help the cause? Volunteers are an integral part of the success of the Parkway Pedal. We could not produce this event without volunteers and we are grateful for your time and energy. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Beth McCallum at Beth.McCallum@UtahHomes.com or 801.563.7728.