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Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

  By Phil Sarnoff It is one thing to read an article about a new bicycle lane or to listen to a presentation about a multi-use path. It…

Bicycle Collective News for May 2015

By Davey Davis We’re doing our thing at the Bicycle Collectives across the state, giving away an unprecedented number of bicycles thanks to our up and running shops…

Ride with the Angels Metric Century 2015 Preview

Ride with the Angels Metric Century 2015 Preview

The Ride with the Angels is a great metric century that will be held on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley on May 30, 2015. Cycling…

A Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan

A Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan

Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan These comments were submitted for the 2015 Salt Lake City Parks, Trails, and Open Space Initiative (Submit Comments) (Click the preceding…

May is 2015 Utah Bike Month! Ride Your Bike and Celebrate!

May is 2015 Utah Bike Month! Ride Your Bike and Celebrate!

May is Bike Month! In 1956, Bike Month was created nationally. In Utah, in 2015, Governor Gary Herbert has declared May to be Bike Month. May is a…

Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike Race 2015 Preview

Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike Race 2015 Preview

The Grand Junction Off-Road features 15-mile, 30-mile and 40-mile courses at the beloved Lunch Loops/Tabeguache area south of town. All distances start and finish in downtown. …

Bike Collective News: Ogden Bicycle Collective to Open Soon

Bike Collective News: Ogden Bicycle Collective to Open Soon

By Davey Davis All is humming along at the Bike Collective! It is with utter elation that we announce the Ogden Bicycle Collective is…. nearly open! In any…

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Cycling Utah’s May 2015 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling Utah’s May 2015 Issue is Now Available!

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Sport and Touring

Ride with the Angels Metric Century 2015 Preview

Ride with the Angels Metric Century 2015 Preview

The Ride with the Angels is a great metric century that will be held on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley on May 30, 2015. Cycling…

Gran Fondo Salt Lake Preview

Gran Fondo Salt Lake Preview

By Dave Iltis Following the demise of the Cycle Salt Lake Century in 2014, a new organizer has stepped in to create a new road touring event in…

Bear Lake Classic Preview: Event to Include Road Race, Century Ride, Time Trial, and Hill Climb in 2015

May 6, 2015 – The Bear Lake Classic is weekend event that includes a hill climb, a road race, a century, a half-century, and a team time trial.…

Tour of Utah

Route Announced for 2015 Tour of Utah – Race to Travel Through Utah and Idaho

Route Announced for 2015 Tour of Utah – Race to Travel Through Utah and Idaho

Race to Travel Through Utah and Idaho  Close to 52,000 Feet of Elevation Gain Across 712 Miles Stamps Men’s Stage Race…

Racing

Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike Race 2015 Preview

Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike Race 2015 Preview

The Grand Junction Off-Road features 15-mile, 30-mile and 40-mile courses at the beloved Lunch Loops/Tabeguache area south of town. All distances start and finish in downtown. …

Off the Back – The New Road Racing Adventures of 43 Year Old Mom

Off the Back – The New Road Racing Adventures of  43 Year Old Mom

I started doing research on what crits are. I scoured the internet and looked for books and magazines on the subject. There is a disturbing lack of…

Wild Horse Dirt Fondo Rescheduled to May 30, 2015

Wild Horse Dirt Fondo Rescheduled to May 30, 2015

May 15, 2015 – Due to impending and current rain, the Wild Horse Dirt Fondo has been rescheduled to May 30, 2015. The Cedar Mountains roads where…

Fitness

Sugar: Sweet Surprise or Nutritional Nightmare?

Sugar: Sweet Surprise or Nutritional Nightmare?

By Katherine Beals, PhD, RD, FACSM, CSSD One of the questions I’m frequently asked by athletes is whether or not sugar is “bad”. This question usually stems…

Want a quicker recovery? Use Kinesio Tape

By Wayne Hansen, D.C. In chiropractic school I took every course I could on Kinesio Taping (elastic therapeutic tape), I have seen it help with many different…

Cycling and Sciatica

By Tim Bochnowski “A tapped sciatic nerve What good does this serve me? I need an ambulance quick I’m ruined rheumatically” -The Toy Dolls Sciatica is a…

Advocacy

Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

  By Phil Sarnoff It is one thing to read an article about a new bicycle lane or to listen to a presentation about a multi-use path.…

Bicycle Collective News for May 2015

By Davey Davis We’re doing our thing at the Bicycle Collectives across the state, giving away an unprecedented number of bicycles thanks to our up and running…

A Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan

A Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan

Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan These comments were submitted for the 2015 Salt Lake City Parks, Trails, and Open Space Initiative (Submit Comments) (Click the…

Commuting

Salt Lake Mayors’ Bike to Work Day 2015 Sees Good Turnout

Salt Lake Mayors’ Bike to Work Day 2015 Sees Good Turnout

May 12, 2015 - The Salt Lake City and County Mayor's Bike to Work Day saw a great turnout of around 175 riders including Salt Lake County…

Aaron Na: Hearing Loss Doesn’t Deter This Dedicated Rider

Aaron Na: Hearing Loss Doesn’t Deter This Dedicated Rider

By Lou Melini Cycling Utah: Aaron, tell the readers a little about you. Aaron Na: I’m a deaf man. I have lived in Utah off and on…

Daniel Bedoya is Bonneville Cycling Club’s Commuter King

Daniel Bedoya is Bonneville Cycling Club’s Commuter King

For a number of years the Bonneville Cycling Club (BCC) has challenged its members to commute by bike. For the past several years Daniel Bedoya has been…

Tech

Rusch to Glory Highlights the Willpower to Succeed in Cycling

Rusch to Glory Highlights the Willpower to Succeed in Cycling

By Bruce Ewert Multiple endurance-event champion Rebecca Rusch has written a great book about her successful forays into adventure racing and mountain bike racing. What is really…

Wipe Off the Cobwebs and Pump Up the Tires, It’s Time to Ride

Wipe Off the Cobwebs and Pump Up the Tires, It’s Time to Ride

By Tom Jow The winter of 2014-15 may be remembered as the winter that never was. I, however, will remember it as the year I rode the…

Selphian Industries Announces New Bicycle Accessories

April 1, 2015 – Today, high end bicycle fashion company Selphian Industries announced a new line of bicycle accessories including a new tire pressure system and a…

Rides and Trails

The Cedar Mountains Offers Great Riding and Solitude

The Cedar Mountains Offers Great Riding and Solitude

By Chris Magerl Getting around The Cedar Mountain Wilderness is about 52 miles or 45 minutes west of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The northern part of…

Nevada’s Mount Charleston Challenge is a Climber’s Delight!

Nevada’s Mount Charleston Challenge is a Climber’s Delight!

By Wayne Cottrell The Mount Charleston Challenge is a 60.4 mile ride that starts in the far northwestern corner of Las Vegas, Nevada, and heads westward and…

Hurricane to Build Connector Trail to Gould’s Trail – Volunteers Needed

January 29, 2015 – A new connector trail will be built in Hurricane, Utah from 3 Falls to Gould’s Trail. The trail will start at the end…

Utah Industry

Mercury Wheels Relocates to Utah

Mercury Wheels Relocates to Utah

Mercury Wheels, a manufacturer of road bike wheels, recently relocated from Misssissippi to Ogden, Utah. Mercury is a high-end wheel company founded on the principles of providing…

Product Review: SafeByke’s Smart Cable is a Great Addition to Your Security Arsenal

Product Review: SafeByke’s Smart Cable is a Great Addition to Your Security Arsenal

The SafeByke cable is the invention of local engineer Phil Martineau who partnered with Deborah Byrnes to start SafeByke last year.…

Razik Bicycles Starts Production in Springville, Utah

Razik Bicycles Starts Production in Springville, Utah

Utah has another new bike company! Razik Bicycles will be manufacturing carbon fiber bikes in Springville, Utah. They join Scott Sports, Volagi, and Greenstar Bikes (see the…

General Bike Industry

9:ZERO:7 Bikes – Company Profile and Review

9:ZERO:7 Bikes – Company Profile and Review

Review of 9:ZERO:7 Fat bikes and Fat bike components are all they make, and they are very good at it.…

Utah Welcomes Three New Bike Companies

Utah Welcomes Three New Bike Companies

Utah Becomes Home to Three New Bike Companies - Scott Bicycles, Greenstar Bicycles, and Volagi Cycles…

Bike Friday Recalls Tikit Folding Bicycles Due to Fall Hazard

Bike Friday Recalls Tikit Folding Bicycles Due to Fall Hazard

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers…


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