“Neutral Service” is a phrase that likely had the father of the Tour de France, Henri Desgrange, turning over in his grave when the first Mavic Neutral Service car became part of the caravan behind the peloton at the 1973 Paris-Nice. In the early years of the Tour, riders were responsible for conducting their own […]
By Dave Iltis The Cedar City Fire Road is a gravel grinder type event held in Cedar City. The event is back this year with new organizers Planet Ultra. The ride has two course options – 100 km and 60 km that travel along the fire roads near Cedar City. We asked event organizer Deb […]
Salt Lake City Council 2017 Election Candidate Survey on Cycling Cycling Utah reached out to all the candidates in the upcoming 2017 Salt Lake City Council election to ask them their views on cycling. Links to each candidates responses are below. We are posting them as we receive them. If there is no link, then […]
Jeff Garbett’s Answers to Salt Lake City 2017 City Council Election Candidate Questionnaire on Bicycling
Jeff Garbett’s Answers to Salt Lake City 2017 City Council Election Candidate Questionnaire on Bicycling in Salt Lake City for Cycling Utah Background: Cycling is a healthy and fun form of transportation and recreation that improves livability, health, and economy in Salt Lake City. We ask these questions to provide information to Salt Lake City’s […]
Stage 1 of the 2017 Tour of Utah was a 132 mile jaunt around Bear Lake and back to Logan, Utah. Dave Richards, daverphoto.com was out on course to get this set of great images. See the gallery below.
Stage 7 of the 2017 Tour of Utah was a 73 mile, 11 lap, 5450 feet of climbing, hot, hot, hot, sufferfest on the streets of Salt Lake City, from the Capitol to the Avenues. Dave Richards, daverphoto.com was took photos from multiple points on course. See his awesome photo gallery here.
Stage 3 of the 2017 Tour of Utah was a 5.6 mile time trial from Donut Falls to Brighton, Utah. The Race of Truth was extra accurate since no time trial bikes were allowed. Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net was in the canyon to capture the suffering.
August 6, 2017 – The Tour of Utah concluded today in Salt Lake City, Utah. The final stage was 73 miles and 5450 feet of climbing over 11 laps of the brutally hard Salt Lake City circuit course. Cathy Fegan-Kim was on the moto all day shooting the race for Cycling West. Take a moment […]
James Rogers’ Answers to Salt Lake City 2017 City Council Election Candidate Questionnaire on Bicycling
James Rogers’ Answers to Salt Lake City 2017 City Council Election Candidate Questionnaire on Bicycling Background: Cycling is a healthy and fun form of transportation and recreation that improves livability, health, and economy in Salt Lake City. We ask these questions to provide information to Salt Lake City’s citizens regarding your outlook on cycling. Candidate Information: Please provide […]
Italian Ciccone Completes Solo Summit of Snowbird to Conquer 2017 Tour of Utah Queen Stage; Britton Keeps Yellow
Britton Keeps the Lead by Lyne Lamoureux Italian Giulio Ciccone of Bardiani CSF showed his climbing prowess to win Stage 6 presented by University of Utah Health on Saturday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Ciccone soloed to victory on the legendary seven-mile climb of Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird Resort, completing the […]