September 23, 2023
Event time: 7am MDT
Founded by Craig White, the MOFO Ride is a mountain bike challenge, riding to the top of “Puke Hill” in Park City. Riders pedal in support of the National Ability Center and its mission to empower individuals with disabilities by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and educational programs.
Each year in September, adaptive riders, including hand cyclists, will pedal alongside riders on traditional stand-up bikes to challenge personal barriers and spread awareness of what is possible on two–or three wheels.
Full Mofo Route
Approximately 30 Miles | 4,500 Feet
The original and Full MOFO route.
“Full MOFO” Riders will start at the NAC and ride Pladsen Hill with all riders. From there, riders will depart for Park City Mountain Resort. Riders will begin climbing on Armstrong, continuing to Mid-Mountain to Powerline to Comstock to Wasatch Crest Connector. Once at the saddle of Puke Hill, Full MOFO riders will meet all other riders for an epic climb up Puke Hill. At the top, riders will descend the famous Wasatch Crest Trail into Canyons Resort and ultimately ride back to the NAC.
Mini Mofo Route
Approximately 18 Miles | 1,500 Feet
“Mini MOFO” Riders will start at the NAC and ride Pladsen Hill with all riders. Riders will depart for Park City Mountain and load the Crescent Lift from there. Riders will pedal up Three Candles, Keystone, and Shadow Lake Loop to Blazing Saddles from the top of Crescent Lift.
Once at the saddle of Puke Hill, Mini MOFO riders will meet all other riders for an epic climb up Puke Hill. At the top, riders will either descend Pinecone Trail back to the base of Park City Mountain or Puke Hill to the shuttle back to the NAC.
Adaptive Mofo Route
Approximately 14 Miles | 800 Feet
“Adaptive MOFO” Riders will start at the NAC and ride Pladsen Hill with all riders. Once back at the NAC, riders will load up in a shuttle and head to Guardsman Pass. From the shuttle point, riders will pedal up to the saddle of Puke Hill. Once at the saddle of Puke Hill, Adaptive MOFO riders will meet all other riders for an epic climb up Puke Hill. At the top, riders will either descend Pinecone Trail back to the base of Park City Mountain or descend Puke Hill to the shuttle back to the NAC.
*This route is for adaptive riders only.
Interested in sponsoring the MOFO Ride? Sponsorship funds directly support the enhancement and expansion of our recreation and adventure programs, helping thousands of individuals each year experience their untapped potential.
Thank you to Craig White and our sponsors for making this event possible! Our Presenting Sponsor this year is Perry Wealth Management/Morgan Stanley. Our additional generous sponsors are JP Morgan Chase, JANS/White Pine Touring, Zach White with Utah Luxury Real Estate, Germania Construction, and Big D.
Make a Meaningful Impact
Join hands with the National Ability Center as we invite you to be a pivotal force in realizing our mission. Through the art of partnership, sponsoring a Signature Event becomes a transformative journey that touches countless lives of those with disabilities.
As a sponsor, you become a catalyst for accessible adventures, adaptive recreation, and life-changing experiences. You’re not just funding an event; you’re fostering a legacy of change.