Utah May Lose its Share The Road License Plate

By Ken Johnson, Board Member, Bike Utah In March of 2009, Senate Bill 102 passed the Utah State Legislature making available a “Share the Road” special group license plate. The Bill was sponsored by Senator Wayne Niederhauser and co-sponsored by Representative Todd Kiser. In order to get the bill before the legislature, Utah cyclists, Bonneville […]

Pedal Driven to Show in Southern Utah

The Dixie Mountain Bike Trail Association (DMBTA) along with DocUtah would like to invite everyone to Southern Utah to enjoy a showing of the bikeumentary, Pedal Driven. The showing will take place September 16th at 8 p.m. The film showcases trailbuilding and the movement from illegal trailbuilding to partnerning with land managment to build sustainable […]

Dirt Series Camp to Stop in Fruita, CO September 24-25

(Fruita, CO) – The Trek Dirt Series will be bringing its instructional mountain bike camp to one of off-road cycling’s promised lands; The Kokopelli Trailhead of Fruita, CO the weekend of September 24-25. The women’s-only camp is a full weekend designed to help riders of all levels, from beginner to expert, hone their mountain biking […]

USDOT Awards Grants for Bicycle Accomodations in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced in August $12.6 million in grants to fund an array of highway-related efforts in Utah, including the additions of safety lanes in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. Four miles of safety shoulders will be added to SR210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Three miles of safety shoulders will be added […]

Grant and Carey Win Point 2 Point

Grant and Carey Win Point 2 Point

By Shannon Boffeli Early Saturday morning, 350 hardy mountain biking souls lined up for the 3rd edition of the Park City Point 2 Point on a clear day. The Point 2 Point, as it’s known, is a race like no other. At 78-miles, it’s the longest mountain bike race in Utah, but the over 90% […]