2014 SLCBAC plans include greater engagement with incorporated and unincorporated Salt Lake County communities and integration of its Strategic Plan to help guide all things bicycle at the county level.
It took four tries, but Ogden was determined to get that Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) recognition. It finally did. In October, it became the only community in Utah to win BFC honors from the League of American Bicyclists in the fall’s round of awards. Ogden was awarded bronze status, up from the honorable mention it got last time it applied.
New bike paths are coming soon to West Valley City. There are currently two new bike trails under construction in West Valley City. According to Kevin Astill with West Valley City Parks & Recreation, both of these paved trails will run east to west, giving cyclists new and safe ways to cross the valley.
Rapid Cycling is a new full service bike shop in St. George. We caught up with owner Holly O’Keefe recently.
Extremes. Everything has its opposite. Insane wealth and abject poverty. Pure evil and guileless goodness. Exquisite joy and absolute sorrow. Hope and despair. Exhilaration and depression.
By Dave Iltis The Tour de Park City, one of Utah’s leading road races, will be final stop on the women’s National Racing Calendar for 2014. The calendar is a series of premier events throughout the country put together by USA Cycling, the national governing body for road racing. The race will be held on […]
Salt Lake City – The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah will expand to a seven-day stage race in 2014, starting on Monday, August 4 and finishing on Sunday, August 10. The Union Cycliste International (UCI) has approved expansion of the professional cycling stage race from six to seven days. The 10th edition of the […]