Bikes for Kids Utah Draws Hundreds of Local Cyclists to Annual Fundraising Rides and 1,000 Utah Children to Bike Safety Expo

Bikes for Kids Utah Draws Hundreds of Local Cyclists to Annual Fundraising Rides and 1,000 Utah Children to Bike Safety Expo Cyclists ended their 5K, 50K and 100K rides where children pre-selected to receive brand new bikes were learning about nutrition and bike safety SALT LAKE CITY – May 8, 2010 – Today Bikes for […]

Utah’s Squire Competes in UCI World Cup in Houffalize

Koerber finishes second in Houffalize, leads UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Houffalize, Belgium (May 2, 2010) – The second round of the 2010 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup saw an American woman grab the World Cup leader’s jersey for the first time since Alison Dunlap in 2002. Willow Koerber (Durango, Colo./Subaru-Gary Fisher) earned the silver […]

League of American Bicyclists Awards Salt Lake City Silver Status as a Bike Friendly Community

By Dave Iltis On April 28, Salt Lake City was awarded Silver status by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB), a leading bike advocacy organization, in their spring 2010 Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) awards. Sixteen new and five renewing cities were named Bicycle Friendly Communities. Salt Lake City along with Flagstaff, Arizona, were the only […]

New Wasatch Wilderness Proposal

By Sarah Bennett The announcement of the Wasatch Wilderness and Watershed Protection Act being proposed by Representative Jim Matheson earlier this month has given many Salt Lake area mountain bikers pause in recent weeks. Losing sections of the Wasatch Crest Trail, or other well-loved trails in the central Wasatch Mountains due to resource protection measures […]