Charity Cycling Event to Raise Money for Larry H. Miller Charities
Many modes of transportation are frequently used in these canyons. In addition to cyclists other users include: drivers in motor vehicles, runners, equestrians, hikers, motorcyclists, those just on a scenic drive, dogs and the occasional moose. In order for each user group to be safe, we must all respect each other’s right to use the roadway corridor in a safe and thoughtful mann
The invite only off-road tri nationals will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, along with full and half-distance XTERRA Utah off-road tris that are open to everyone. The Trail Run Nationals will take place on Sunday, Sept. 25, and will be accompanied by 5km and 10km trail runs
Do you have goals and results that you’re striving for? This takes a lot of time and effort with planning and training. Your effort in scheduling your day with your workouts should include equal effort into planning your food for the day. What you put in your mouth is just as important as your physical training.
Driggs, ID June 7, 2011, Teton Valley Trails And Pathways announces that this year’s lineup of events includes 16 group rides on area singletrack trails, downhill and cross-country races at Grand Targhee Resort, bike demos from bicycle companies Giant and Yeti, riding skills clinics by RipStoke, and three trials-riding demos. There will be parties too, […]
Dangerous Snowfall Accumulation Forces Race Re-Route;
Another Marquee Rider Signs on for “Crusher in the Tushar”
Our July 2011 Issue is now available as a PDF (7 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!
Bike Rodeo and helmet for kids, bike registration, and local experts on hand for bicyclists of all ages and skill levels.
On June 7, 2011, twenty four year old Brynn Barton was struck and killed on 700 E at around 750 S. by a hit and run driver. According to Salt Lake City police, it appears as though she was not on her bike when she was hit, and was possibly on the roadway already.
As states, both Utah and Idaho leave a lot to be desired when it comes to bicycle friendliness. Both states got low or failing grades in most of the six subjects they were graded on by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB): legislation, policies & programs, infrastructure, education & encouragement, evaluation & planning and enforcement. Both states fell below average in the annual Bicycle Friendly America State rankings.