Bike Utah had another great run of advocating for and educating on behalf of bicycling. Here are some of our accomplishments from 2017
Cyclist Action Needed – Call or Email the Utah Senate to Support HB58 Editorial/Call to Action UPDATE: March 2, 2018 – The Senate Transportation Committee passed the Idaho Stop bill (HB58) yesterday by a vote of 4-1. The bill now moves on to the Senate floor. The bill is not yet on the agenda for […]
That was Tom feckin’ Petty leaning against the bar with his sweaty, contorted cowboy hat pulled low, drinking a beer from Texas.
The League of American Bicyclists, one of the top advocacy organizations in the U.S., presented their awards for new and returning Bike Friendly Communities this last fall 2017.
February 23, 2018 – House Bill 58, the Idaho Stop bill that was introduced in the Utah Legislature during the 2018 session, is set for a vote as early as Friday, February 23, 2018. The bill would allow cyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs, and stop lights as stop signs. That is, cyclists […]
Two winters ago I had the opportunity to spend time mountain biking in Chiang Mai, Thailand …. Bicycle riding with people of different cultures and traditions informs the way I coach.
If you ride in Utah, Idaho, Montana or Wyoming, you can find some new trails and access in the next few years. The federal government has approved projects and a soon as next fall, some may be ready for riding.
Any bike ride in the Mojave Desert must be mercifully short, mainly because of the potential for extreme temperatures. This 50.65-mile ride begins and ends in Cibola, Arizona
February 8, 2018 – Salt Lake City is hosting an open house to discuss the reconstruction of 900 S and the construction of additional sections of the 9 Line Trail. The street is in bad shape with rough pavement and potholes in many places. The reconstruction is expected to begin in May 2018 and will […]
You can avoid the winter weight fluctuations, maintain your training, and still enjoy yourself at parties. It simply takes a little planning and discipline.