La Sal Mountains Loop Challenge

La Sal Mountains Loop Challenge

By Wayne Cottrell La Sal Mountains Loop Challenge The La Sal Mountains Loop Challenge is a challenging-but-rewarding 63.6-mile tour of the mountains east and southeast of Moab. The ride starts and finishes in Moab, and makes a clockwise loop along the scenic La Sal Mountains Loop. This is a popular loop drive for touring motorists, […]

True Grit Epic: A Racer’s Perspective

True Grit Epic: A Racer’s Perspective

By Amanda Carey On Saturday, March 14, 2015, I lined up for the True Grit Epic in in Santa Clara, Utah, one of my favorite endurance races in the US. I was a little anxious but mostly excited to take on the 2 lap, 88-mile race, the first race of the 2015 National Ultra Endurance […]

Cyclist Killed in Salt Lake County

Cyclist Killed in Salt Lake County

By Dave Iltis – A cyclist was killed in a crash in Millcreek on early Sunday morning on May 24, 2015. According to Detective Ken Hansen of the Salt Lake County Unified Police Department, Kevin Bushman, age 51, of Cottonwood Heights died after being struck from behind by a BMW on 3300 South and around […]

Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

Mobile Active Transportation Tours Provide Opportunity to Experience Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

  By Phil Sarnoff It is one thing to read an article about a new bicycle lane or to listen to a presentation about a multi-use path. It is a completely different thing to experience these firsthand while hearing from the planners and engineers who implemented the project. Mobile Active Transportation Tours (MATTs) are community […]

Bicycle Collective News for May 2015

By Davey Davis We’re doing our thing at the Bicycle Collectives across the state, giving away an unprecedented number of bicycles thanks to our up and running shops in Provo and Ogden and our new apprenticeship program in Salt Lake! We’ve already given away 200 more tuned up kids bikes than at this time last […]

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