The paths: The 349.8 miles USBR 77 departs from the Idaho border and heads south to Cache Valley, named after the early trappers who hid (“hide” in French) their hides and supplies here. From Logan, a college town on the Logan River, cyclists pass through the Wasatch Front and the Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe towns of Ogden, Salt Lake City and Provo. The road climbs to an elevation of over 8,300 feet into the Fishlake National Forest, where aspens halo around the state’s largest natural mountain lake. The trip ends at Torrey, the gateway to Capitol Reef National Park, and joins USBR 70 from Cedar City to the Colorado border. The 40.6 mile USBR 677 takes a more scenic route along Lake Utah, a butterfly-wing-shaped freshwater lake. The 88.8 mile USBR 877 connects two other routes: USBR 77 in Sigurd, a small town with Danish roots, and 79 in Panguitch, northwest of Bryce Canyon National Park. The 9.4 miles USBR 679 provides the missing link between USBR 70 at Duck Creek Village, a jumping off point for those heading to national parks, and USBR 79, at Hwy 89. USBR 79 existed before this latest round of additions, but it stopped before the Arizona state border. Now bikers can ride the last few miles of Kanab, an outdoor adventure center and movie theater known as “Little Hollywood,” to the southern exit of Utah.