Salt Lake City, Utah – October 29, 2012 – On Saturday, November 3, 2012, the Utah Cyclocross Series (www.utcx.net) joins the Lance Armstrong Foundation (“LAF”, “LIVESTRONG”) and the Huntsman Cancer Foundation (“HCF”) in the fight against cancer and in support of local cancer patients, by raising funds through the third annual CROSS OUT CANCER. The […]
Utah Cyclocross Series Race 6, 2012, Big Cottonwood Sports Complex – Photos Posted All photos by Dave Iltis In order to view and download the photos, please complete the two following items (and then look below for the link). Photos are free for non-commercial use. Please complete the following two actions in exchange […]
By Caron Whitaker Reprinted with permission from America Bikes. The new transportation law that Congress passed this June — MAP-21 — officially became law on Monday, October 1. In preparation, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) at the US Department of Transportation (US DOT) today released interim guidance to help state DOTs implement the new Transportation […]
Pro cyclist and former Utah resident Levi Leipheimer has raced his way through some of the cycling world’s most celebrated contests including the Tour de France, the Olympics and most recently, the USA Pro Cycling Challenge where he finished third overall. Next, Leipheimer cruises onto the big screen with The Story of Levi Leipheimer – The Levi Effect on Tuesday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Combining two days of cyclocross races with a craft beer festival, Crosstoberfest—as it’s simple called in the Gem State—will be celebrating its 8th year this October 26 -27th.
October 10, 2012 — Steve Miller, President of the Tour of Utah, confirmed today that next year’s Tour of Utah event would continue as a six-day, 2.1-rated UCI stage race. It will retain its position on the international cycling calendar during the first full week of August, Tuesday, August 6 to Sunday, August 11, 2013. […]
BMC Racing Team’s Johan Tschopp found himself with the biggest win of his professional career after he used an impressive solo attack in Little Cottonwood Canyon to not only win the Tour of Utah queen stage at Snowbird, but vault himself to the top of the overall standings. From there, he survived an incredible assault by defending champion Levi Leipheimer (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) up the Empire Pass Road south of Park City and emerged as the champion.