Each edition of the Park City Point 2 Point in Park City, Utah, seems to have its own unique defining characteristic. This year it was hero dirt. Two solid weeks of rain leading up to the event packed down the trail surface leaving riders with 72 miles of eminently shreddable singletrack loveliness to contest.
On Tuesday, August 19, 2014, riders gathered to honor the memory of Matt Bradley, a Utah cyclist, cancer survivor, and educator who passed away in 2012. For the second year in a row The Matt Bradley Memorial Tour of Little Cottonwood Canyon was led by Matt’s brother Seth and was comprised of as many laps of Little Cottonwood that riders wanted to do.
Over the past several months a growing group of Murray residents and bicycle enthusiasts have been working with Murray City officials to promote a safe and friendly biking environment in the city through the implementation of designated bike lanes and routes.
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Etape by Richard Moore is a great read. It includes the story of Greg Lemond’s final stage time trial victory on the Champs-Elysées where he took back 58 seconds from Laurent Fignon over 15.2 miles to win the Tour by 8 seconds.
By Philip Sarnoff August was another busy month in the world of bicycling in Utah. One of the biggest challenges we face at Bike Utah is keeping up with everything that is occurring. Here are a few areas in which we took part last month: The big announcement for this month’s update is that the […]
October 17, 2014 – Salt Lake County is developing an East-West Recreational Trails Master Plan. The trail system will connect the west side of the Salt Lake Valley with the east through a system of paved pathways. The PRATT Trail (Parley’s Trail) is an example trail in the system, but many more trails are planned. […]