Peterson and Nalder Climb to Top of Podium in 2015 Porcupine Big Cottonwood Hill Climb – Report, Results, Photo Gallery

Peterson and Nalder Climb to Top of Podium in 2015 Porcupine Big Cottonwood Hill Climb – Report, Results, Photo Gallery

2015 Porcupine Big Cottonwood Hill Climb – Report, Results, Photo Gallery By Dave Iltis The Porcupine Big Cottonwood Hill Climb was held on June 6, 2015, a day when the weather looked threatening but fortunately stayed clear. 214 racers lined up in the two main fields – citizen’s and licensed riders. The massive hill climb […]

Equity in Bicycle Planning

By Charles Pekow Equity: the issue of our day. Public debate focuses on equity in income, equity among genders, equality under the law, in access to higher education, you name it. And now, we have a tome on equity in bicycling facilities. Advocacy Advance (AA), a partnership (equal, no doubt) between the League of American […]

Bicycle Collective News for June 2015

By Davey Davis It’s springtime at the Bicycle Collective, and we’re happy to report that all shops are humming along! Salt Lake Our new apprenticeship program has kicked off nicely since January, run by Mike Holden during the day and Alex Parvaz and Erika Longino at night. They’ve had 49 people start the program so far, with […]

National Ability Center Hosting the 2015 No Barriers Summit for Adaptive Sports

National Ability Center Hosting the 2015 No Barriers Summit Event Showcases the Latest in Adaptive Technology and Innovation for 1,000+ Participants PARK CITY, UT (July 9, 2015) – The National Ability Center is the local non-profit partner and host for the 2015 No Barriers Summit, July 9-12 at the Canyons Resort. The four-day, biennial event […]