March 28, 2015 – Noreen Macbean, A 37 year old female cyclist was killed in Lehi, Utah on March 28, 2015 at around 10:30 am. According to Corporal William Silva of the Lehi Police Department, the woman was riding north on 1200 West at 2600 North in Lehi when she was hit by a semi-truck. Both the […]
March 27, 2015 – Photo of the Day – Schwinn Head Badge – We shot this photo of a classic Schwinn Head Badge in front of the Blue Plate Diner in Salt Lake City, Utah.
March 26, 2015 – Do you have a favorite bicycle non-profit in Utah? Today is the day that Love Utah, Give Utah, a program of the Community Foundation of Utah, makes it easy to donate. Charities will be eligible for grants and prizes based on the donations they receive. Additionally, some companies will match donations made […]
March 24, 2015 – We shot this fixed gear rider on the streets of Salt Lake City, Utah on a beautiful spring day.
The Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival will be held in Hurricane, Utah from March 27-29, 2015. The fifth annual festival is promoted by Over the Edge Sports in Hurricane.
UPDATE – March 13, 12:01 AM – After an evening of tense back and forth negotiations between the Utah House and Senate, HB 362 passed the House and Senate with just 18 minutes left in the session. The bill has great potential for bicycling and walking projects in the future. The key provision for biking […]
March 4, 2015 – The Mountain Accord process is underway. The draft proposal for the Mountain Accord for the Central Wasatch has been released – see http://mountainaccord.com/get-involved/ The plan addresses environment, recreation, transportation, and economy. Mountain bike trails and road cycling are part of the planning process. Wasatch Mountain users are encouraged to view the plan and make […]
By Dave Iltis February 25, 2015 – Salt Lake County through its Office of Township Services is working on improving conditions in Emigration Canyon for cyclists, motorists, runners, and pedestrians. Recently, the county released the Emigration Canyon Motorists and Bicyclists Safety Assessment, a report on current conditions and recommendations for improving safety in the canyon. […]
By Dave Iltis March 2, 2015 – Cycling Utah is proposing the 10,000 Wheels Initiative for Affordable Transportation for the Wasatch Front and Utah. Affordable transportation is crucial for Utah and in particular, Wasatch Front residents in order to get to jobs, the grocery store, appointments, school, and cultural events, and to participate in life […]