Park City Point 2 Point lived up to its reputation as one of the toughest endurance races in the west. 78 miles, 90% singletrack, 12,000 feet of elevation gained..
The Boise Bicycle Project and Boise GreenBike have been working on a effort to recruit 100 businesses and lead the nation in BFBs.
More than 1,800 cyclists either raced or rode this year’s LoToJa. Seventeen licensed category pelotons and 16 cyclosportive groups left Sunrise Cyclery in six-minute intervals.
November 24, 2015 – Today, the Salt Lake County Council rejected a Bicycle Commuter Benefit for Salt Lake County employees who commute by bike to work. The council removed the item from the 2016 budget by a vote of 5-4 on party lines, with all five Republicans, Michael Jensen, Aimee Winder Newton, Steven DeBry, Max Burdick, […]
Cycling Utah Magazine’s Fall-Winter 2015-2016 Issue is now available as a free download (12 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! Contents: Who is a Cyclist? – page – 2 Rob Squire and Alex Grant are our Riders of the Year – […]
Editorial By Dave Iltis • Editor • Cycling Utah On Tuesday, November 24, the Salt Lake County Council will be considering including the Employee Bicycle Commuter Incentive Policy. The policy would implement a benefit of up to $300/year for employees who commute to work by bicycle. The benefit is slightly larger so that effectively the County would […]
November 15, 2015 – The League of American Bicyclists announced their latest round of Bike Friendly Community Awards today. St. George was awarded an Honorable Mention. “St. George has made improving bicycle friendliness a priority and has been a leader in Washington County in that regard. We are pleased that they have applied for the […]