The soap opera whose story line swirls around whether Lance Armstrong used performance enhancing drugs during his seven Tour de France winning career has hit the world stage again.
“One thousand Intangible things.” That was the answer I was looking for to describe success on race day. The more you race, pay attention, and surround yourself with successful racers, the quicker you can learn these 1000 things. I often call it “AUTOPILOT.”
Local organizing committees and host cities for the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah are looking to fill these volunteer positions for the August 9-14 professional cycling event.
First Professionally Built Bike Park in Utah to Open In Park City!!
As a sports dietitian, I spend too many hours helping my clients find peace with their bodies. Most of these active people take the outside-in approach. They think if they change their body from the outside by losing undesired body fat or by adding some muscular bulk, they will be happier on the inside. Unfortunately, not true!
Tiffany Pezzulo timed a late attack to win the opening Blue Dome Criterium at the Saint Francis Tulsa Tough on Friday, June 10.
For more information about Primal/MapMyRIDE Professional Women’s Racing powered by BH Bikes, go to www.primalprowomensracing.com.
SALT LAKE CITY— The Salt Lake City Police Department is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction in a fatal hit-and-run case. At approximately 10:03 p.m. Tuesday, June 7, 2011, Brynn Barton was killed while riding her bicycle at 800 South and 700 East. Police are seeking […]
The new bike corral at Squatter’s in SLC is well used. Corrals can be found at Bruge’s Waffles, the Twilite Lounge, and several other locations.
6-11-11 – The 3rd Annual Powder Mountain Hillclimb proved once again just how rewarding the steepest climb in Utah can be. With UCA points, cash and numerous prizes on the line, 76 motivated climbers showed up to challenge the mountain, their rivals and themselves. The deep snow still lingering up the road would prove to […]