Cheryl did her first long bike tour in 1975, the year I did my first multi-month tour. A lot has changed in the bike-touring world since that time though some things never change. You still need attitude and time, but most everything else has changed. I am honored to have Cheryl, from Park City, Utah, as my first subject for my new column profiling people that travel self-supported on their bicycle.
Looking back on the nutrition articles we have published so far in Cycling Utah, there is a major topic that needs to be addressed… FAT. The three letter f-word, or is it?
Friends, family and loved ones gathered at the Sugarhouse Park Garden Center on July 26 to not only pay respect to the family of Chase Pinkham, but to celebrate his life.
Bike Utah, a Utah Bike Advocacy Non-Profit, to Hold Fundraiser on October 22, 2014 in Salt Lake City
October 13, 2014 – Bike Utah, the state non-profit bike advocacy organization, is hosting a fundraising event on October 22, 2014. The event, titled ‘Love, Peace, and Chain Grease’, will raise funds to support Bike Utah’s advocacy efforts, including bike safety for children, and improved bike legislation. Representative Johnny Anderson, (Taylorsville), will be speaking on […]
You may have seen the cartoons by Andy Singer that have graced the pages of Cycling Utah over the years.I did have the pleasure of a short interview with Andy so I thought I might share his thoughts with the readers of Cycling Utah. In this way you can see the intellect of the man behind the cartoons.
After close to five years, Salt Lake County has completed the Parley’s Canyon Trail Feasibility Study. The Parley’s Canyon Trail was conceived by Gordon Stam in approximately 2006. Several years later, Mr. Stam convinced Salt Lake County to pursue the study, at a cost of $75,000.
This year marked the 4th Fire Road which offers up 3 metric distances: 25km, 60km and 100km, as well as a short kid’s race.