With this issue of cycling utah, we commence our twenty-first year of publication. It was in March, 1993 that the inaugural issue of cycling utah hit the stands. Or to be more accurate, the cycling and sporting goods shops. That was exactly 20 years ago.
At long last, Ogden is finally getting a bike park. Jeremy Little and Josh Jones have been working for 2 years and have assembled a volunteer committee to raise the funds to build it. The new park will feature three one way trails from 9th Street to the 12th Street dirt jumps . There will be three options, all of which will have riders giggling.
His primary sponsor bailed on him. Just as he was getting ready for the biggest races of the season. But Utah resident Jonathon Page wasn’t about to let the lack of a bike sponsor get him down. No, the no-nonsense racer scrambled, found a bike sponsor in Fuji and counted on long-standing relationships with long-standing product sponsors to get him to the start line at USA Cycling Cyclocross Elite National Championships.
Southwestern Utah mountain bike trail enthusiasts will hold a summit involving regional advocacy experts and governmental officials. From March 28th through 30th the First Annual Dixie Trails and Advocacy Summit will meet to learn how to go from Planning to Action to grow mountain biking opportunities in Southern Utah. Summit meeting topics include: -BLM trails […]
Utah has a new powerhouse women’s road racing team. DNA Cycling powered by Plan7, recently announced its 2013 roster. Headquartered in Utah, the team’s riders boast accomplishments ranging from international professional experience to national and local championship titles. The first year squad is comprised of 13 members, primarily residents of Utah with riders also based in California and Idaho.
By Katherine A. Beals, PhD, RD, FACSM, CSSD and Breanne Nalder, MS Last week I overheard a couple of elite endurance athletes in the locker room at the gym talking about training and nutrition. Specifically they were lamenting the fact that they had gained some weight over the holidays and were now gearing up for […]
March 2o13 – West Jordan, Utah – Reynolds Cycling, Utah-based worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of high performance bicycle wheels, announced recently that has relocated to a larger more modern facility in Sandy, UT. “After 15 years, we’ve outgrown our current space,” said Dean Gestal, Reynolds’ CEO. “We will gain 5,000 square feet […]