CrossVegas Announces Preliminary Field

Strongest Field Ever Assembled in American Cyclocross August 29 (Longmont, Colorado, USA) CrossVegas organizer Brook Watts sounded like a Las Vegas odds maker as he described the field that he has managed to bring together for the September 22nd race.   “The winners of the CrossVegas titles are going to come from the best field ever […]

Fezzari Designs Bikes in Lindon, Utah

Fezzari Designs Bikes in Lindon, Utah

Gear Picks Fezzari Designs Bikes in Lindon, Utah Review by Tyler Servoss You may be aware that Specialized and some of the larger bicycle companies have strong Utah ties, but did you know that Lindon, Utah boasts a company that creates a brand of high end bikes as well? Fezzari is a unique brand and […]

Jordan River Goathead pull Tuesday 8/24

Even though the city has already sprayed some locations along the Jordan River Trail twice this season for weeds, the persistent goathead weed is still rearing its ugly head and is threatening to drop more seeds.  In an effort to save our tires and dogs’ paws, I would like to meet out on the trail […]

Leipheimer Vaults into Lead in Tour of Utah

Leipheimer Vaults into Lead in Tour of Utah

Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny’s / Radio Shack) scored the stage win and the yellow jersey after soloing to victory on the slopes of Mt. Nebo with a gap of 51 seconds over 2009 Tour of Utah champion Francisco Mancebo (Canyon Bicycles). Leipheimer counterattacked Mancebo on the Nebo climb and held his lead over the last […]

Feds make it difficult to create bicycle-friendly streets

Feds make it difficult to create bicycle-friendly streets Editorial by Chad Mullins, Chair, Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee Another serious bicycle accident “Bicyclist flown to hospital after colliding with vehicle” (Salt Lake Tribune, July 14) again demonstrates the need for safer streets. Salt Lake County officials attempted to incorporate a more bicycle friendly street design in […]

Trapped in your own neighborhood

Trapped in your own neighborhood Editorial by Chad Mullins, Chair, Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee Our roads combined with the advent of the automobile once gave us the freedom and luxury to go most anywhere in America we desired.   Now as highway engineers continue down the road expansion pathway, we find ourselves trapped in […]

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