By Tom Jow – With the current state of technology and engineering, bicycle equipment improves by leaps and bounds every year. From my viewpoint, the year 2014 saw both the introduction, and confirmation of incredible technologies and ideas for bicycling. The following are some of the things that caught my attention, and, if not already, […]
By Ian Scharine – The Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee is happy to welcome four new Board members: Brady Wheeler, Reed Topham, Betsy Byrne and Kate Sturgeon now fill out the 15-seat committee. This summer and fall has seen a tremendous amount of progress in Salt Lake County with the official opening of the […]
December 26, 2014 – Utah has a number of great non-profit bike organizations. They help build Utah’s cycling community and make cycling more accessible to everyone! With the tax year drawing to a close, please consider donating or joining one or more of the following organizations. a. Bicycle Collective: http://www.bicyclecollective.org/donate They provide low cost bikes to the […]
By Dave Iltis – The inaugural USA Cycling National Fat Bike Championship will be held in Ogden, Utah on February 14, 2015. The event is sure to capture the attention of the race community and Utah riders should be well positioned to place. Event Details: February 14 — USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships|, Ogden, […]
December 10, 2014 – Need a tax deduction? Like bikes? Live in Utah? You need a Share the Road License Plate. Utah’s Share the Road license plates are a reminder to road users that all vehicles, including bicycles, deserve respect. In addition, the funds raised through the license plates goes towards the promotion and education of […]
December 9, 2014 – The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah today announced the host cities for the 2015 edition. The race will be held for August 3-9, 2014 with the expanded Tour of Utah Women’s Edition to be held on August 3-4, 2014. Stage 1 will be held in Logan. Stage 2 will run […]
December 3, 2014 – The University of Utah is currently formulating a transportation master plan. The plan will encompass roads, transit, parking, biking, walking, and other non-motorized transportation and will guide U of U transportation planning for the foreseeable future. Comments are being taken until December 15, 2014. Input from cyclists is needed to ensure […]
By Dave Iltis – Sandy, Utah – Salt Lake County recently announced ambitious plans for a 1500 mile Bicycle Commuter Network throughout the Salt Lake Valley. “Salt Lake County is including cycling as part of the transportation future for our fast-growing metropolitan area,” said Mayor McAdams. “Bike commuting reduces pollution, eases road congestion, saves money […]
Requiem for a Bicycle. Photo of the Day. San Francisco, California. November 29, 2014.
Fall-Winter 2014 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.5 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite bike shop in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, N. AZ, or W. CO or other location!