Kanab Singletrack Loops
In 2016, Kanab finally got onto Utah's mountain biking map with the construction of bike-specific singletrack on the north edge of town. (Other bike-able trails in Kanab such as Cottonwood, K-Hill, and Tom's Canyon are, disappointingly, closed to bikes.) The master plan is for several miles of bike trails in the area. At this time 1.5 miles of trail are complete, forming two riding loops: Raven and Roadrunner.
These trails are well-built and fun to ride. The local volunteers are working hard to develop a larger trail system to entice you to stay in Kanab. In the meantime it's only 60 miles from Hurricane to Kanab. For news, check the Kanab Cycling Club's page.
The trailhead is at 5050 feet elevation. It faces south, so it warms up quickly in the mornings and will be toasty hot on a summer afternoon. The usual riding season would be March through December.
The trailhead for the Kanab Singletrack is northeast of Jacob Hamblin Park, right at the edge of the cliffs. The geographic address is 650 North 100 East. From the trailhead parking, straight north takes you on the Squaw Trail. (This trail delivers you to the intersection of the Raven Loop and Roadrunner in the wash after 0.2 miles.) If you look to the right (east) from the trailhead, you'll see the Roadrunner loop.
There's alternate dirt parking west of the catch basin (see the map). Locals park here to hike the Squaw Trail. I suspect that this parking area will be closed off as the area is developed, but for now it's an option.