Geelong, Australia (Sept. 30, 2010) – David Zabriskie (Salt Lake City, Utah/Garmin-Transitions) posted the top result for the United States with an eighth-place finish in the elite men’s time trial at the 2010 UCI Road Cycling World Championships on Thursday. The youngest rider in the 42-man field; Tejay Van Garderen (Fort Collins, Colo./Columbia-HTC) finished in 24th place. […]
Complete photo gallery here The moon was full, the Las Vegas lights shimmered in the distance, the crowds were noisy and the racing was hot at CrossVegas. In a show of force, Czech National Cyclocross Champion Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team) soloed to victory, her first at the race after taking second the past two […]
Tony Pavlantos uses bike power to make smoothies at the Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market on September 11, 2010.
Our September 2010 issue is now available as a PDF (6.7 mb download) – Tour of Utah Coverage, Campus Biking, Road Handlebars, Team Canyon Bicycles Profile, Tour of Washington State, Bicycling Studies, Results, Commuter Column, Mechanics Corner, Calendar and More!
At the Farmer’s Market 8-30-2010.
Hundreds of Bikes for Kids Utah supporters will gather to bid in auctions that will help the organization give 1,000 Utah children bicycles in 2011 SALT LAKE CITY – Aug. 31, 2010 – Bikes for Kids Utah today announced the details of its 2010 dinner and auction to be held at Cucina Nassi in Salt […]
Binghamton, NY – After a year of racing, Erica Allar holds off Tiffany Pezzulo and Kacey Manderfield to win the USA CRITS Series at the women’s final event, the 27th Annual Chris Thater Memorial in Binghamton, NY this past weekend. It was an animated women’s race from the word go, with attacks and small breaks […]
UTA, in partnership with WFRC, UDOT and Salt Lake City will be hosting the grand opening event for Utah’ first Bicycle Transit Center on Saturday, September 25 at 11 a.m. The event, held at the Salt Lake Central Station, 250 South 600 West, will include an opening press conference announcing the opening of the center […]
By Greg Overton Two time Tour de France, and Giro d’ Italia winner Laurent Fignon of France lost his battle with cancer on August 31, 2010 at the age of 50. Regarded as one of the best all around riders of his era, Fignon was a major figure alongside Bernard Hinault and Greg LeMond in […]
Interbike, the bicycle industry trade show, will be moving from Las Vegas, its long time location, beginning in 2011. Due to shifts in the bicycle industry that center around placement of manufacturing orders, the show needed to move its dates from late September to early August. The new dates allow better planning and more efficient […]