Bike Festival to Promote Bicycling for Shopping and Dining Cycle de Mayo Riverdale • May 5, 2018 • Noon to 4 pm • Utah Bike Month People ride their bikes for many reasons. Some ride for exercise. Some ride to commute to school or work. Some ride to enjoy the outdoors alone or with friends. Or, all […]
Cycling Utah and Cycling West Magazine’s April 2018 Issue is now available as a free download (9 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! Contents #onelesscar – page – 3 Tips for Bicycle Commuting – page – 4 Need More Reasons to […]
The Rudy Project Boost 01 Aero helmet is the first modern aero-style helmet that I’ve ever worn for regular riding around.
In this article I review the eThirteen 42t rear cog and a RaceFace 30t narrow-wide chainring I installed on my bike last month.
Eleanor Davis is an illustrator and cartoonist. She illustrated and wrote most of the book during a 2016 bike tour from her birth and childhood home in Tucson, Arizona to her current residence in Athens, Georgia.
By Gregory N. Hoole Wheels of Justice Rides to Make a Difference Even the most serious of problems can be addressed in a fun way. Wheels of Justice is a cycling club dedicated to preventing, and assisting the victims of, child abuse. Shockingly, one in four girls and one in six boys in Utah will […]
April 9, 2018 – Cyclists are encouraged to participate in the planning process for an update to the Little Cottonwood Canyon Road that extends from Sandy, Utah to Alta, Utah. The project will like affect both road and mountain biking in the canyon. Details below. Cyclists are encouraged to attend the open house, or comment […]