WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. More info here: […]
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Arielle Martin (Utah) top American in Papendal Supercross with sixth-place effort in women’s main event
Papendal, Netherlands (May 28, 2011) –The second stop on the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup circuit concluded on Saturday with the men’s and women’s finals. Arielle Martin (Formerly of Utah, Spanaway, Wash./Intense BMX), the only American to advance to the final, grabbed the top finish for the U.S. with a sixth-place effort in the women’s main […]
Dozens of miles of new bikeways, all-new cartography, and revised “tips” for bicycling in Salt Lake City are all featured on the new Salt Lake City Bikeways Map, released in mid-May during Utah Bike Week. Published by Salt Lake City and the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee (MBAC),the 24” x 36” map shows bike lanes, pathways […]
Four UCI cyclocross races have united to create a series that adds a unique twist to the U.S. cyclocross scene. These prominent race directors announced the Cross After Dark series that will be comprised of nighttime races in September and October.
1,000 Utah second graders head into summer with a brand new bicycle and helmet
Specialized has launched a comprehensive sustainability initiative by incorporating OIA Eco-Index evaluation of their products during product creation, and leading a carbon fiber recycling coalition. “We are committed to becoming the leader of sustainable practices in the cycling industry,” said Specialized President and Founder Mike Sinyard. “As cyclists, we are passionate about our time outdoors, […]
By Ryan Barrett Chase Pinkham (Bissell Pro Cycling) and Megan Hill (Revolution Café Rio) took wins in the Antelope Island Classic on April 30. Despite waking to several inches of new snow, conditions improved dramatically by the time the elite racers took the start with dry, if cold, conditions prevailing. The 63 mile men’s race […]
Utah City Crits Partners with Seven Utah Cities to Host OZone Crit Challenge and Four for the 4th Criterium Cycling Race Series
SALT LAKE CITY (May 10, 2011) – Utah City Crits, the source for criterium cycling races in cities throughout Utah, announced today that that it has teamed up with seven of Utah’s best cities for the Four for Forth and OZone Crit Challenge criterium cycling races, now open for registration. The two series’ represent the […]
Support will aid Adventure Cycling Association in assisting states with route selection and technical aspects of creating U.S. Bicycle Route System