The Cedar Mountain Wilderness is about 52 miles or 45 minutes west of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The northern part of the range is easily accessed from I-80
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 […]
The Ride with the Angels is a great metric century that will be held on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley on May 21, 2016. Cycling Utah asked ride organizers Dennis Carrigan and Steve McIntyre about the ride. CU – Tell us about the course. Where does it start and what is the […]
Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan These comments were submitted for the 2015 Salt Lake City Parks, Trails, and Open Space Initiative (Submit Comments) (Click the preceding link to submit your comments). (Preview Article here) (Download a better formatted PDF of this proposal: Proposal for a Salt Lake City Recreational Cycling Plan – Comments by Dave […]
May is Bike Month! In 1956, Bike Month was created nationally. In Utah, in 2015, Governor Gary Herbert has declared May to be Bike Month. May is a month of great weather and is great time to take part in any number of bike activities.
The Grand Junction Off-Road features 15-mile, 30-mile and 40-mile courses at the beloved Lunch Loops/Tabeguache area south of town. All distances start and finish in downtown.
I started doing research on what crits are. I scoured the internet and looked for books and magazines on the subject. There is a disturbing lack of information out there on what a crit, or criterium, is and what the rules are.