By Jackie Tyson The 2016 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah men’s professional cycling stage race returns for a 12th year, August 1-7. The 704-mile course will include 52,951 vertical feet of climbing for 16 of the best men’s cycling teams in the world, solidifying the event as “America’s Toughest Stage Race”. In fact, the […]
Gallatin Valley Land Trust is embarking on a project to fix and study the use of the 1.5-mile mainly-crushed stone Gallagator Linear Trail
Kootenai National Forest just got the go-ahead to spend $750 on repairing the Arbo Creek Trail near Libby, Montana.
Cycling Utah and Cycling West Magazine’s July 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 New Columns, Expanded Distribution, Even More Inspiration – page – 2 Epic Riding Possibilities in Teton Counties, […]
By Dave Iltis On a gorgeous summer morning, 117 triathletes lined up to compete in the 10th Annual DinoTri on June 25, 2016 – one of the region’s most beautiful triathlons. The course featured an open water swim in the Red Fleet Reservoir of .9 miles for Sprint competitors and 1.8 for Olympic racers. This […]
Super Tough Crusher in the Tushar to Feature Star-Studded Field – Race Set for July 9, 2016 in Beaver, Utah
Crusher in the Tushar Celebrates Sixth Year July 5, 2016 – BEAVER, UTAH —The Crusher in the Tushar p/b DNA Cycling celebrates its sixth edition on Saturday, July 9. The famously difficult course starts in downtown Beaver and runs over a mix of paved and dirt roads for 70 miles of adventurous, backcountry racing. Defending […]
July 4, 2016 – The Cache Gran Fondo, one of Utah’s premier gran fondo events for citizen riders will take place on Saturday, July 9, 2016 in Logan, Utah. The event will also host the Utah State Masters Road Race Championships (separate start, road race), which is not part of the gran fondo. The Gran […]