Idaho Stop Bill Reintroduced in Utah Legislature for 2018 December 29, 2017 – Cyclists may soon be able to treat stop signs as yield signs and red lights as stop signs if a bill that institutes the Idaho Stop is passed by the Utah State Legislature. Rep. Carol Spackman-Moss has introduced H.B. 58: TRAFFIC CONTROL […]
My list has five basic categories: camping gear, clothing, food, tools and personal items. Please know that I’ve never taken everything on the list, but most of what’s there goes with me on every tour.
Blue Diamond, just outside Las Vegas, is home to the Cottonwood Trails system which consists of about 125 miles of trail. These are desert trails that you can ride fast. They are more or less smooth with the only real obstacle being that the gravel is a little loose.
By John Roberson It was an early morning in late December of 2014. The first day of winter was a day or two away, and I was driving south through a snow squall toward the town of Nephi, Utah. I was on my way to Needles, California, where I expected to park my truck and […]
Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine’s Winter 2017 Issue is now available as a free download (9mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! Contents Keegan Swenson is Cycling Utah’s Rider of the Year – page – 3 Cycling West and Cycling Utah Celebrate 25 […]
Loss of Bicycle Commuter Tax Benefit; Higher National Park fees- Are Cyclists being treated unfairly?
Guest Editorial by Lou Melini Before my retirement, I received about $960 in total during 4 years I was able to take advantage of the Bicycle Commuter Act. In the Senate version of the tax bill, cyclists will see the meager $20/month Bicycle Commuter Tax break eliminated. Bus riders and car drivers will still see […]
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Who decides to bike to the South Pole? With absolutely no experience camping in winter. At least he had the sense to do it in the southern summer.
Editorial by Dave Iltis Originally Published 1-22-2014 As cyclists, we have a lot to lose by breathing dirty air. All the heavy breathing and oxygen processing we need to do to keep going means that we filter larger amounts of toxins than sedentary people. The more toxins in the air, the harder it is to […]
Cyclists and other outdoor athletes breathe more air on a daily basis than the average Utah citizen, and thus riders exercising outside in Utah’s metropolitan areas face a unique and increased risk of air-pollution induced health problems.