In the 2014 Utah State Legislative Session, several bicycling related bills were considered. The following are summaries of the political process around each bill.
Not only does the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) law expire Oct. 1, but the Highway Trust Fund is scheduled to run out of funds this summer. So Congress is going to have to act
Mild morning temperatures greeted riders from Utah and surrounding states at the beginning stage of the 2014 Tour del Sol.
Bikes are in the air and on the road and dirt! It’s Utah Bike Month!! And, it’s time to celebrate the bike. May has been designated as National Bike Month since 1956, and the third Friday of May is National Bike to Work Day. This year, there are over 45 events happening in Utah.
Cycling Utah’s May 2014 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.9 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite bike shop in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, N. AZ, or W. CO or other location!
Please visit our newly re-vamped website at www.bicycle.slco.org/ for links to membership application, ongoing committee projects, upcoming important dates and more!
a “loss in the Supreme Court would not only block the completion of Wyoming’s Medicine Bow Rail Trail, but could also threaten existing rail-trails across America that utilize federally-granted rights-of-way.”
Visit mountaintrails.org for more information.
The Collective provides refurbished bicycles and
educational programs to the community, focusing on children and
lower income households.
ConsultNet and YEA of Utah have partnered to offer three thousand dollars in cycling grants for the 2014 season.