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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...

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

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

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

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Early Spring 2020 Issue is now available as a free download (14 MB download). Pick up a copy at your...

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...

A Bike Tour through Ethiopia

By Tom Diegel — When one thinks of great bike touring destinations, there are some big classics: Tuscany, Provence, the Alps, Neew England, the Great...

The Magic of a Bike Tour Through Italy

By Robert Wilson — “Our wheels clatter up the cobblestone streets, cresting as we reach the Piazza where the pigeons -whoosh! – take off in...

Bike Event COVID-19 Mitigation Plan Published by Colorado Classic

DENVER, CO (August 3, 2020) — Despite cancelling its own event due to increased concerns around a spike in new COVID-19 cases nationwide, the...

Boyd Cycling Joins the Stupid Pony and Salty Lizard 100 in Their Quest for World Domination

Tinker Juarez to race the 2020 edition this October.  According to a press release sent out on July 29, 2020, Boyd Cycling is partnering with...

Interview with Mountain Biking Legend Ned Overend

Ned Overend talks about his history in mountain biking, racing, and life Anthony Nocella: I am excited to interview you, Ned, for Cycling West. I...

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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...

Update: Team Evergreen to present the Co2uT in 2020, Women Pre-Reg Opens 5/10

EVERGREEN, Colo. (May 1, 2020) — Team Evergreen Cycling and Desert Gravel are teaming up to present the inaugural Co2uT gravel race, scheduled for...

Let's Get to Know The Bike Lady

By Lisa Hazel — Elva Nava, The Bike Lady, spent some time with us to fill us in on the updates to her shop. Elva...

Olympic Triathlon Hopefuls Adapt Training During the Pandemic

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Sports Nutrition: Fads, Facts and Fallacies

By Nancy Clark MS, RD, CSSD — The average American, spends 24 hours a week online. That includes many athletes who spend a lot of...

The Cyclist's Grocery List

Let’s face it, the current status of our world is forcing us to cook at home every day. This is not a bad thing!...

Preparing for a Century Ride

Spring is upon us and the calling to put in big miles as winter ends is loud! We’ve got the list of events whether...

Smarter, Faster! Improving Mountain Biking Speed through Improving Skills

Many cyclists are motivated to ride faster, and will pursue any number of strategies with that goal in mind. The obvious one is to...
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Spring 2020 round recognizes companies and groups across the country, including several in the West, for their commitment to encouraging biking WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 9,...
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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...

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

The Big Gear Show Postpones Inaugural Event to 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (May 15, 2020) — The Big Gear Show (BGS), a new outdoor industry trade show focused on hardgoods, with an...

Bike Shop Best Practices for COVID-19 Safer Operations

By Salt Lake Valley Trail Society — We have developed this guide for bicycle retailers in an effort to keep the bicycle community safe...

Let's Get to Know The Bike Lady

By Lisa Hazel — Elva Nava, The Bike Lady, spent some time with us to fill us in on the updates to her shop. Elva...

ENVE Introduces US-Made Foundation Collection Wheels at $1600 Price Point

OGDEN, Utah (April 9, 2020) — ENVE is pleased to introduce the Foundation Collection, a new line of U.S. made carbon wheels built on...

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...

Tips for Spring & Summer Bicycle Commuting

Winter is officially over. The temperatures are warmer, the amount of daylight is longer each day and the chance of cold, snowy precipitation will...

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...
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