Cycling Utah presents another fantastic photo essay by Catherine Fegan-Kim of Cottonsoxphotography.com. Have a look at these 32 great photos from Stage 4, Ogden to Powder Mountain in the 2014 Tour of Utah.
Cyclists use caution during construction project in Little cottonwood canyon Attention cyclists: please be aware of construction in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. Crown Castle, a wireless telecommunications infrastructure company, is in partnership with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to install a fiber-optic backed, Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network on Route 210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon […]
The Park City Point to Point Mountain Bike Race is this Saturday, August 30, 2014 in Park City. We asked organizer Jay Burke to fill us in on the best places to watch, and what makes the P2P a great race.
Concussion are all too common in many sports. Unfortunately most don’t know what to do after one is suspected. Here are some simple steps to follow.
One of these fundraisers was born three years ago in the form of a bike ride. Coined by a survivor of abuse “Cruising To Stop Abusing”. This is a ride designed for all ages and abilities to participate in.
By Davey Davis Summer has been incredible at the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective, with our capacity expanding in all of our core programs. It appears that 2014 has seen the most children through Earn-A-Bike, the most goodwill clients served, the most donated bicycles, and the most people helped in our community bike shop. Our expanded […]
By Ian Scharine The Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee (SLCBAC) is in the middle of a busy summer. Several county projects and a recruit effort to fill empty seats on SLCBAC are in full swing! If you would like to apply to become a member of SLCBAC, follow this link: http://slco.org/boards/. Part of our […]
If you would like to try self-supported bike touring, you will need a bike. Your choice of bike depends on the type of touring you plan to do, and where you intend to ride.
For nearly 35 years now I have been riding regularly. I believe my mind and body now need, indeed crave, a good ride when I go too long without one. They have become accustomed, addicted if you will, to a steady diet of riding, and all the good fitness and feelings that come from that. Without it, my world starts to unravel a little bit.
In the context of Cycling Utah, the Monte Cristo Classic is a 97.8-mile, out-and-back ride up, over and back (and up & over) the Monte Cristo Range in northeastern Utah.