The commuter column has now been published for 10 years. I will start the next decade with what could be the next revolution in bicycle transport – Electric bicycles (e-Bikes). To help with this column I will be profiling two users of e-Bikes, Heather Khader and Elicia Cârdenas.
By Davey Davis The endless autumn might be coming to a close, here’s the skinny on the Bicycle Collective front across the state of Utah. Salt Lake Going into winter, the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective is offering opportunities for you to hone your skills, get more comfortable with winter commuting, and give back to new […]
With the assistance of the Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance (SUBA) and under the leadership and vision of Mayor Chris Hart, the City of Ivins is taking proactive steps to becoming a more bicycle-friendly community.
Over the last several years, there has been a huge upsurge in triathlons billed as a “Kids Tri.” They are everywhere, but the big question is how do parents choose a race that fits the skills and needs of their child? How do they know if the race is safe and easy to follow?
We thought we’d take a moment and outline a few of the larger projects going on this summer, most are happening right here in the greater Park City area.
Whenever you do a race for the first time it is a learning experience. No matter what beta you get from friends and strangers who’ve participated in the event before, no matter how many race reports you read and how studiously you review the race profile and weather reports, you still run into the unexpected.
For the first time since 2005, the Tour of Utah included a women’s race. This year’s Tour of Utah Women’s edition had a star filled field featuring Alison Powers (winner of the Cedar City Gran Prix), Coryn Rivera, Tina Pic, Amber Neben, Meredith Miller and all of Utah’s top riders