Our trip to Georgia was our first true self-supported bicycle touring trip. It turned into a 3,700-mile; 77-day; 10-state ride!
I don’t take anything seriously and especially not pedaling a two-wheeled love machine. Come to think of it, despite having worked in the cycling industry for 20 years, I don’t think I’ve ever met a serious cyclist.
There are many factors that affect the ability to generate power on a bike and turn that into forward momentum. One of them is saddle-position: height and fore-aft.
Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Parley’s Trail Project Milestone Completed phases now connect Bonneville Shoreline to 900 West OCTOBER 17, 2017 -SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (press release) – Marking major progress toward greater community connectivity in Salt Lake County, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, joined by Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, South Salt Lake Mayor […]
Press Release: The Utah Film Center is presenting a free screening of ICARUS, Wednesday, October 11th at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center at 7:00 PM. The film’s director Bryan Fogel will be in attendance for a post-film discussion led by Doug Fabrizio of KUER. In ICARUS, an American filmmaker and cyclist unwittingly wades into […]
Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy
Salt Lake City needs to completely rethink transportation. Cycling Utah presents a vision for a new transportation policy for Salt Lake City (see below for details) October 6, 2017 • Editorial by Dave Iltis, editor, cyclingutah.com, cyclingwest.com Salt Lake City has been the leader in transportation in Utah with progressive bicycle and pedestrian programs such […]
The Moab-to Moab loop (or whichever city you choose to start from) is one of 3 loop tours one can enjoy in Southern Utah that take you through or very near all 5 of Utah’s National Parks.