Aigle, Switzerland (May 28, 2012) — The USA Cycling National Development Program capped off a successful trip to the Tour du Pays de Vaud on Sunday, May 27, where T.J. Eisenhart (Lehi, Utah/Velosport Racing) took home the yellow jersey after winning the overall classification. Eisenhart also claimed the King of the Mountains jersey, while teammate Tyler Williams (Shafter, Calif./Team Swift) won the points classification.
(NORTH LAKE TAHOE, California/Nevada) – The 2nd Annual Adventure Sports Week Tahoe, scheduled for Friday, June 15 through Sunday, June 24, will host a series of triathlons and trail running events in addition to its other outdoor sporting competitions, clinics taught by professionals, live musical concerts and family-friendly activities. “Adventure Sports Week Tahoe capitalizes on […]
By Joe Kurmaskie The New York Times writes about Portland, Oregon as if it were always a two wheeled OZ, a place where cyclists, lost out in the urban wilderness, could simply click their clipless heels and be back at home in the saddle. But not so long ago it was just another town where […]
The recall involves all 4ZA 31.8 threadless bicycle handlebar stems sold as individual aftermarket components. The stems are black and have the words “4ZA Cycling Performance” painted on the carbon extension between the steerer clamp and handlebar clamp.
“Pedal-Driven: a bike-umentary” United by the mission to create a more enjoyable, more sustainable world, the Northwest Emmynominated documentary film making team at Howell at the Moon Productions has joined forces with IMBA to create “Pedal-Driven: a bike-umentary”. It has been quite a ride, and Cutthroat Racing would like to invite you to join us […]
A few years back when Save Our Canyons was working with the mountain bike community on drawing the boundaries for our Wilderness Proposal we all agreed the Wasatch Crest Trail needed to remain open to bikes, but the lands adjacent to the trail must be protected. Much of this dialog centered around the fact that at some point all of us (mountain bikers, conservationists, and mountain biking conservationists) knew this epic trail would be threatened by development.
This recall involves all Salsa Minimalist bicycle racks sold after January 2011. The racks are made of tubular aluminum with a black or silver finish, and can be installed on either the front or rear of a bicycle. The recalled bicycle racks have steel mounting brackets, identified as straps, with a single hole in the center used to mount the strap to the bicycle fork. “Salsa” is printed on the side of the bicycle rack.