September 6, 2015 – Utah racer Tiffany Pezzulo (DNA Cycling p/b K4) won the overall 2015 USA Crits Series with a 10th place finish in the Gateway Cup that was good enough to wrap up the 9 race series title. The Gateway Cup Criterium was held in St. Louis, Missouri. Pezzulo went into the final […]
By Dave Iltis The Park City Point to Point Mountain Bike Race is this Saturday, September 5th, in Park City, Utah. We asked organizer Jay Burke to fill us in on the best places to watch, and what makes the P2P a great race. What makes this race unique? Jay: The fact that Park City […]
By David Ward It was raining steadily, and as I climbed I kept wondering if I should head back to the hotel. I wasn’t prepared for rain, and I knew that descending in this steady rain would be sketchy. But, it was not cold and I had a goal: The crest of the largest falls […]
By Breanne Nalder, MS, RDN It’s that time of year in Utah, when summer starts to take its toll. Day after day of high temperature, dry air, and desert winds can all affect our nutrition, and therefore our cycling performance. More specifically, the weather and season directly impact our hydration status on and off the […]
Will Mining and Energy Development Impact Moab’s Mountain Bike Trails? The BLM Seeks Comment on Resource Plan
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public input on its plans for about 785,567 acres in Grand and San Juan counties.
My last solo LOTOJA was two years ago. I had my hip replaced the first of June, but my doctor told me there was no reason I could not ride the LOTOJA.
I raced part of the series aboard the new for 2014 Fezzari Fore Cyx 3.0 cyclocross bike.
By Ian Scharine As the days become shorter and the nights cooler, we can expect the rides to begin to turn more colorful. The canyons of the Salt Lake Valley are a gorgeous and treasured sight shared by motorists, hikers and cyclists year round. Improvements to Big Cottonwood Canyon where the Tour of Utah was […]
The Big Burrito name “is a play on the Whole Enchilada Trail,” says Katie Stevens, outdoor recreation planner in BLM’s Moab office.