Cycling and Air Pollution

Cycling and Air Pollution

By Lou Melini I would like to respond to the Health article by Mr. Charles Pekow published in the April issue of Cycling Utah entitled Where Should You Ride to Avoid the Effects of Air Pollution. As a general statement, Mr. Pekow presented the readers a nice review of a study from Portland State University. […]

When in Moab, Make Lemonade…

When in Moab, Make Lemonade…

By Lukas Brinkerhoff 4:14 AM – The wind that has been howling all night, ripping up the tent stakes that would keep things from flapping, is now accompanied by a torrential downpour. If the wind hadn’t been keeping me up all night, the nervous excitement of attempting to ride the White Rim in one day […]

Salt Lake City Prepares to Regulate Pedicabs

Salt Lake City Prepares to Regulate Pedicabs

June 15, 2015 – Salt Lake City is working on a new ordinance to regulate pedicabs – human or electric assisted bicycle taxis. The ordinance proposes to regulate how and where pedicabs can operate and who can drive them among many other areas.