The Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games, an esteemed program under Southern Utah University, has forged a significant partnership with a prominent Utah-based brand in the mountain biking industry. Ari Bikes, a leading bike manufacturer rooted in Utah, has stepped in as the presenting sponsor for the inaugural 'Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games Mountain Biking, presented by Ari' event, scheduled for May 4 at the Three Peaks Recreational Area in Cedar City.

This collaboration signifies a shared commitment to fostering healthy lifestyles through sports and outdoor activities. As part of the partnership, Ari Bikes will offer on-site customer engagement opportunities, provide rider care services, and leverage its extensive network to promote the event.

Jon Oglesby, Executive Director of the Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games, expressed excitement about hosting their first mountain biking event with Ari Bikes' support. He highlighted the alignment of Ari Bikes' values with the organization's mission to promote sports and healthy living in Southern Utah.

Jordan Washburn, CEO/Founder of Ari Bikes, echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the partnership's contribution to community engagement and outdoor adventure. The collaboration aims to unite individuals through the spirit of sport, encouraging participation from riders of all abilities and ages, including out-of-state competitors.

Established in 1986, the Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games has a rich history of promoting educational opportunities, driving economic development, and advocating for healthy lifestyles through sports. With over 10,000 participants in 2023, the event continues to be a cornerstone of community engagement in Cedar City, Iron County, and the broader state of Utah.

Interested parties can find more information about the 'Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games Mountain Bike Race, presented by Ari' on the event's website.

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