Utah's laws for bicyclists:
• A bicycle is considered a vehicle and is subject to the same provision as the operators of other vehicles.
• Ride in the same direction as traffic is flowing.
• Ride as far to the right as practicable.
• Ride no more than two abreast, do so only if you would not impede traffic.
• Always signal your intent to turn right or left, change lanes or stop, at least three seconds before doing so.
• Always yield to pedestrians and give an audible signal when overtaking them.
• Cyclists are required to have a white headlight, red taillight or reflector that is visible for at least 500 feet.
Source: Title 41, Chapter 6a of Utah code for Bicycle Laws