We caught up with cyclocross superstar Jonathan Page on June 29th. The 36 year old rider just moved to Utah and will be sure to shake up the local racing scene. Page was the 2006 Silver Medalist in the UCI World Cyclocross Championships, and 2003 and 2004 U.S. National Champion. He raced in Europe last […]
Utah Riders Grant and Kauffman, and Idaho’s Alexander also competed at the Windham UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.
Having a home in Emigration Canyon, affectionately known by those of us who live here simply as “the Canyon”, I am personal witness to the Canyon as by far the most popular ride in Salt Lake County, if not the entire State of Utah.
On April 18th, the University of Utah released their new Bicycle Master Plan, an addendum to the Campus Master Plan.
The Parley’s Canyon Trail Feasability Study is in the public comment phase. The Study examines potential routes and costs for a trail from the Mountain Dell exit on I-80 to the summit of Parley’s Canyon.
Chocolate—Is it a bad food for athletes, an addictive drug, and the instigator of dietary disasters? Or is it a health food, dieter’s weight loss aid, and effective recovery food for tired, hungry athletes?
You needn’t look any further than Alpine, right here in Utah to prove the benefits of the endangered Safe Routes to School (SRS) program. SRS itself is traveling an unsafe route to survival, running on a spare tire presently in a seemingly endless series of leases on life while Congress continues to debate its future. But a national study cited Alpine’s use of an SRS grant as a reason to support bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in small towns.