Salt Lake City – One of the year’s most unique on- and off-road cycling events – the “Crusher in the Tushars” – will return in 2012 with the Beaver County Travel Council as a new title sponsor. Recently-retired road and mountain bike professional and race promoter Burke Swindlehurst also announced the point-to-point race from Beaver, […]
Golden, Colorado. The Club Council, Board of Directors, and staff of the American Cycling Association (ACA) is announced on November 19th that the ACA will serve as the Local Association in 2012 for USACycling (USAC) for the state of Colorado and eastern Wyoming. This decision was reached at a special Club Council Meeting on November […]
Dangerous conditions persist on state roads because the Utah Department of Transportation has chosen not to incorporate safety improvements in repaving projects under their “Orange Book Policy” for preventive maintenance. Under the “no changes” Orange Book Policy, the department ignores opportunities to make existing streets safer and more efficient.
Cutting out short auto trips and replacing them with mass transit and active transport would yield major health benefits, according to a study just published in the scientific journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
The new Utah Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Design Guide is a tool that planners, advocates, and governments can use to make their community bike friendly.
This week Salt Lake City installed its first ‘Copenhagen left’ bike turn box for cyclists turning left from Main St. to 200 S. eastbound.
For complete photos, visit: Crawling Spider Photography. 10-11-2011 The 2nd Annual 6 Hours in Frog Hollow took place on October 1st this year. The small regional event is just as much about having a really fun time riding your bike as it is about racing. The costume theme this year was animals and on course […]
September 24, 2011 – American Fork, Utah – This is the second time we have put on a race at Art Dye Park in American Fork, Utah. We did one last year, and this year we have extended it into a three race series, with another date in the works for a night race under […]
September 24, 2011 – Ogden, UT –
The 2011 edition of the Harvest Moon Criterium saw great weather, big prizes, exciting racing and the biggest turnout in 3 years.
Residents Invited to Celebrate New Trail and Neighborhood Business District Mayor, Councilman to help unveil new bicycle/pedestrian trail and revitalized River District Gardens SALT LAKE CITY –Mayor Ralph Becker, Councilman Van Turner, NeighborWorks Salt Lake, Union Pacific and other community partners will celebrate the opening of the “9 Line” trail project this Saturday, Nov. 5 […]