March 2015 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.5 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite bike shop in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, N. AZ, or W. CO or other location!
February 24, 2015 – Registration for the Park City Point 2 Point Endurance Mountain Bike Race opens on February 25, 2015 at 7 pm MST, sharp. In years past, the race has sold out in as little as 3 minutes. Racers are encouraged to create a profile and to be logged in to the registration […]
Utah House Bill 160 would allow businesses with drive-throughs to ban bikes. UPDATE: February 20, 2015 – HB 160 passed the Utah Senate by a vote of 21-5-3 yesterday. The bill will be sent to Gov. Herbert for his signature. The bill will no longer allow municipalities to require that drive-throughs serve cyclists. This anti-bike, anti-clean […]
Fat Bike National Championships 2015 Results, Report, and Photos – Ned Overend and Amanda Miller Win Pro Races
Note: Link to free photos of all riders is below. February 14, 2015 – Ned Overend (Specialized) and Amanda Miller (Boulder Sports/YogaGlo) won the Pro Men and Pro Women categories at the Inaugural USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships at Powder Mountain, Utah. Held on a beautiful, sunny, but windy day, Fat Bike Nationals featured a […]
Inaugural USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships at Powder Mountain Fat Bike Expo and Clinics to be Held in Conjunction with the Event on February 11-12, 2015 Ogden, Utah (February 4, 2015) – The first ever USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships will take place February 14, 2015 at Powder Mountain Resort near Ogden, […]
By Dave Iltis UPDATE: February 6, 2015 – The ‘final’ draft of the Salt Lake City Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is posted for review in advance of the Planning Commission public hearing on February 11, 2015. The plan is posted at http://walkbikeslc.com An explanation from Salt Lake City staff is here: http://www.slcdocs.com/Planning/Planning%20Commission/2015/PBMP24.pdf Some improvments to […]
February 2, 2015 – The Utah State Legislature is in session, and that means new bills that can effect cycling. Utah House Bill 178 aims to abolish Daylight Savings Time in Utah. Think fewer after work rides, fewer weekly criteriums and races that can be finished before dark, and shorter rides since this would break […]