Tour of Utah to be Broadcast Live

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (April 21, 2012) – Organizers of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah took another large step for engaging its national fanbase with the professional cycling stage race. Broadcast partner FOX Sports Network (FSN) will provide a total of 18 hours of national programming this year for the Tour of Utah, […]

Bike Advocate Runs for Utah House

Utah has a bike advocate running for state office this election term. Cimarron Chacon, owner of GRO Promotions and Board President of the Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association has thrown her name in the hat for Utah State Representative District 75 in St George. Over the years Cimarron has contributed greatly to trails and open […]

Boise State Earns Silver Bike Friendly University Award

Study harder and improve your grade, they say at school. And that’s exactly what Boise State University (BSU) did. A year ago, it became one of the first institutions to win honors as a Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) in the League of American Bicyclists’ (LAB) latest addition to the Bicycle Friendly America program (which includes Bicycle Friendly Communities, Bicycle Friendly Businesses and Bicycle Friendly States).

I Am Not Nearly As Fast As I Used To Be

By David Ward So I was walking along with my 6 year old grandson when he asks, “Grandpa Dave, why do you have hair in your nose?” There it was again, a grim reminder that not only am I feeling the advance of age, but its advancement is apparent to others, as well. My innocent […]

Bicycle Collective News June 2012

Utah’s bike culture is heating up as the mountains melt and just in time for Trips for Kids too! The Collective hired Pete Stoughton as their Trips for Kids Ride Leader to take different youth and summer school groups into the hills to experience the grandeur and beauty of the Wasatch’s natural surrounds while mountain […]