By Wayne Hansen, D.C. Recently, I had the amazing opportunity to be surrounded by some the best sport medicine experts in the world at the annual Medicine of Cycling conference held at USA Cycling in Colorado Springs. There were a lot of great things that I learned while at this conference, and I wanted to […]
By Charles Pekow Communities that install cycletracks are themselves heading in the right direction, as they are helping increasing numbers of people bike in the right direction. Lessons from the Green Lanes: Evaluating Protected Bike Lanes in the U.S. a new study of cycletracks, sometimes called green lanes or protected cycling facilities, done at the […]
What’s one to do to carry a big bike on the roof of your car? Enter the Yakima FrontLoader bike mount.
Logan Canyon, served by U.S Highway 89, is the feature attraction in this ride up and down one of Utah’s eight national scenic byways. As autumn approaches, lush greens of this high mountain passage tipped with brilliant gold, red and yellow can be seen throughout the route.
If you suffer from riding-related pain in your feet, knees, hips, lower back, shoulders and neck, wrists or hands, or just wear yourself out faster than seems reasonable, something is not right with your bike – body relationship.
XTERRA National Championships to be Held in Snowbasin on September 20, 2014 – Race and Spectator Info
September 16, 2014 – The XTERRA National Championships are set for this Saturday and Sunday at Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah. The elite and amateur off-road triathlon races will take place on Saturday. The best riders in the country will compete on the 1500 meter swim, 28 km mountain bike, and 10 km trail run […]
With all of the excitement of Utah Bike Month behind us, Bike Utah was able to take some time for events and meetings with old and new partners that will help to advance bicycling in Utah.