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.
To find warmer temps and great riding, what better place to go than the hottest place on earth? Death Valley is the place…
Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine’s Fall 2017 Issue is now available as a free download (10 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! Contents Britton Wins 2017 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah – page – 3 Ty Magner Sprints to the Win […]
Every day I am asked questions about specifics in sport nutrition, and we end up discussing the basics such as carbohydrates, electrolytes, and supplements.
Logan, UT named a Silver Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists November 30, 2017 – Press Release – Logan, Utah – With over 15 miles of trails, 5 miles of bike lanes, and a bike park and bike share system on the way, and much more, Logan is recognized as one of […]