- Advertisement -

Cycling West and Cycling Utah's Late Summer 2020 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Late Summer 2020 Issue is now available as a free download (12 MB download). Pick up a copy at...

Cycling West and Cycling Utah's Summer 2020 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Summer 2020 Issue is now available as a free download (12 MB download). Pick up a copy at your...

Cycling West and Cycling Utah's Early Summer 2020 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Early Summer 2020 Issue is now available as a free download (8 MB download). Pick up a copy at...

Cycling West and Cycling Utah's Late Spring 2020 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Late Spring 2020 Issue is now available as a free download (8 MB download). Pick up a copy at...

Southwest Furnace on Two Wheels: A Bicycle Tour From Provo, Utah to Grand Junction, Colorado

By Chris Blinzinger and John Monroe — John and I like to do a couple of local tours every year and have open invitations to...

La Joya de la Corona of Staycations

By Roger Crandall — A Bicycle Tour Around the Oquirrh Mountains Have you spent enough time staying home away from the coronavirus? Do you want to...

Bike Touring the Great Parks of the North

By Lou Melini — Riding the Going-to-the-Sun road in Glacier National Park has been on the “bucket” list of tours for Julie and I ever...

Bike Touring to Great Basin National Park

By Chris Blinzinger — My friend John Monroe and I have been touring around the Intermountain West for the past several years, always looking...

Can An E-bike Really Be Used For Touring?

By Roger Crandall — Bike touring is the love of my life! When I read the first touring article written by Americans Greg Siple...

A Journey of Discovery: A Bike Tour to Mesa, Arizona

I hate getting old. Can I just say that? Hearing, eyesight, arthritis . . . it’s all a pain. Physically, mentally and emotionally. I...

The Continued Adventures of a 40-Something Mom: The Desperado Duel

By Kelly McPherson — The Desperado Duel boasts 50, 109, or 150-mile road rides through eastern Utah. I had never done this event before...

The Wasatch All-Road, a New Utah Gravel Race, Announced for August 2021

HEBER CITY, Utah (November 2, 2020) — The inaugural Wasatch All-Road Bicycle Race will debut on August 28, 2021, challenging athletes to a 100-mile...

Interview with Professional BMX Rider Hayden Raymond

By Anthony J. Nocella II, Ph.D. — Anthony Nocella: Thank you Hayden Raymond for allowing me to interview for Cycling West. It is a...

Interview with Professional Mountain Biker Payson McElveen

By Anthony J. Nocella II, Ph.D. — Anthony Nocella: I met you a few times quickly in Durango, Colorado when I lived there, and...

Mechanic's Corner

Hydraulic Brakes Require Preventative Maintenance

By Eric Ramirez — “My disc brakes started feeling a little sticky this spring.” The Reason for a Brake Bleed Over time, and especially with use, brake...

Stay Connected

3,006FansLike
278FollowersFollow
261FollowersFollow
46SubscribersSubscribe

Nicole Cooke's “The Breakaway” Recounts the Career of One of Britain's Greatest Cyclists

By Steven Sheffield — Few athlete memoirs are well-written, and fewer still are written at all by women athletes. That The Breakaway: my story,...

DNA Pro Cycling Team Announces 2021 Roster 

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (September 30, 2020) – This morning, the DNA Pro Cycling Team announced its roster for the 2021 season. As with...

How to Cycle to Work and Look Chic

By Tara McKee - Cycling is great for our mental and physical health, our earth, and our wallets, but we don’t always want to come...

Bicyclists and Head Injuries – What You Need to Know

By Russ Hymas and Ken Christensen — As bicycle accident attorneys, some of the most common injuries we see are orthopedic in nature -...

Strength Training For Endurance Athletes

By Art O’Connor with Mark Deterline — The most common question I get is, “Should I be weight training as an endurance athlete?” I usually...

Make Recovery Rides Fun!

The Purpose of Recovery Rides  Is there a really a good reason to ride easy? The answer is absolutely, yes!  Your hard training sessions result in...

The Athlete’s Kitchen: Food, Anxiety and Athletes: A Troublesome Trio

By Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD — As I write this column, the date is April 10th, 2020, three weeks into the coronavirus shut-down...

Tips for Time Trialing and Conquering STRAVA

By Sarah Kaufmann — 2020 has been a strange year for many reasons. For bike racers, this summer has looked a little different with...
- Advertisement -
By Kelly McPherson — When I first started getting into cycling, one of the things that I realized very quickly was that I was...
Advertisment

Riding Blind Part II: The Summit Challenge – In Tandem

By Madison Baumann - After months of training, my riding partner Laura Dusold and I were finally hitting the pavement for our 50-mile Summit Challenge...

Riding Blind

By Madison Baumann - On June 20th, 2005, my world turned upside down. I was eleven years old and on the precipice of what could...

Salsa Cycles Recalls Cutthroat Bicycles Due To Injury Hazard

Recall Summary Name of Product: Salsa Cutthroat Bicycles and Forks Hazard: The bicycle’s fork legs can crack or break, posing a fall hazard to the rider. Remedy:...

World Champion Julian Alaphilippe Enjoys New Bike Day!

LIÈGE, Belgium (October 2, 2020) — On Sunday, October 4, Julian Alaphilippe will race with Deceuninck–Quick-Step for the first time since soloing to victory...

Pedego Recalls Electric Bikes Due to Fall Hazard

Recalled Interceptor (including Platinum Edition) Name of product: Electric bicycles Hazard: An improperly manufactured electrical cable can cause the bicycle to accelerate unexpectedly, posing a fall...

Specialized Bicycle Components Recalls Sirrus Bicycles with Alloy Cranks Due to Fall and Injury Hazards

Name of product: Sirrus, Sirrus X and Sirrus Sport Bicycles with alloy cranks Hazard: The crank arm can disengage and cause the bicycle’s rider to lose...

Erik Lopez Offers Tips for Commuter Cyclists

By Turner C. Bitton — Erik Lopez is the Chairman of the Poplar Grove Community Council. Poplar Grove is one of six neighborhoods on Salt...

“Stay Safe, Stay Active” Street Closures Provide a Possible Vision of the Future of Roads

On April 23, 2020 Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall announced the first of several “Stay Safe, Stay Active” street closures with the announcement...

Robert Simonton: Helping to Make the University of Utah a Bike Friendlier Ride

To anyone that commutes to the University of Utah or to the medical centers, there are some issues, not insurmountable, but riding to and...

Richard Eborn – Living a Bike-Centric, Car-Free Lifestyle in Boise, Idaho

By Richard Eborn — Q. Tell us a little about yourself. A. My name is Richard Eborn. I am 60 years old. I am single, a...
Advertisment

LATEST ARTICLES

Road Biking in Northern California's Scott Valley

By Howard Shafer — Scott Valley is an agricultural valley in northern California, about forty miles northwest of Mt. Shasta and just twenty miles...

Nicole Cooke's “The Breakaway” Recounts the Career of One of Britain's Greatest Cyclists

By Steven Sheffield — Few athlete memoirs are well-written, and fewer still are written at all by women athletes. That The Breakaway: my story,...

Take Your Cycling to a New Level: Join a Club or Team!

By Kelly McPherson — When I first started getting into cycling, one of the things that I realized very quickly was that I was...

Cavendish's At Speed is a Good Read From Inside the Peloton

By Bruce Ewert — The latest book by champion sprinter Mark Cavendish picks up after his first book. Starting with a thrilling prologue describing...

Bicyclists and Head Injuries – What You Need to Know

By Russ Hymas and Ken Christensen — As bicycle accident attorneys, some of the most common injuries we see are orthopedic in nature -...

Triple Bypass Announces 2021 Plan, Returns to Vail

EVERGREEN, Colorado (November 18, 2020) — The Triple Bypass Ride (a Colorado-based cycling event, presented by Team Evergreen) is pleased to announce an exciting...

Strength Training For Endurance Athletes

By Art O’Connor with Mark Deterline — The most common question I get is, “Should I be weight training as an endurance athlete?” I usually...

Study: Scofflaw Bicycling: Illegal but Rational – Why do Cyclists Break the Rules?

By Charles Pekow — How many of us cyclists can honestly say we've never cruised through a stop sign? Probably about the same percentage...

Salsa Cycles Recalls Cutthroat Bicycles Due To Injury Hazard

Recall Summary Name of Product: Salsa Cutthroat Bicycles and Forks Hazard: The bicycle’s fork legs can crack or break, posing a fall hazard to the rider. Remedy:...

Review: ESPN’s 30 for 30: LANCE

By Don Scheese — Why another film about Lance Armstrong? Since Armstrong's fall from grace in 2012 there have been a number of films, mostly...

Most Popular

Recent Comments

(Visited 14,840 times, 20 visits today)
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com