It was my intention to work my way around the Great Salt Lake Desert in a counter-clockwise direction. I had no set route in mind, and I had the time to do a bit of wandering along the way.
This is an exciting time of year for cyclists. Depending on how one spends time over the winter, a rider may have done more or less indoor cycling over the past few months. Cyclocross and mountain bikes can provide additional outdoor riding options when roads become slick or otherwise unwelcoming, especially when air quality down in our valleys is poor. And Fat Bikes have become increasingly popular, making abundant snowfall and lower temperatures less daunting for those determined to ride outdoors, weather be damned.
Ski Utah Cycling and the Plan 7 teams merged this year. We caught up with Cody Haroldsen to ask him about the merger.
This contingent of unnoticed cyclists spans far beyond the encompassing refugee population; it is imbedded far more deeply into the roots of America – including groups of homeless veterans who somehow slipped through the cracks.
For people with multiple sclerosis (MS), preparing for an athletic event whether it’s a 5K walk or a 100 mile bike ride, is not an option but a necessity.