Cycling Utah and Cycling West Magazine’s Winter 2018-2019 Issue is now available as a free download, Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona, and N. California bike shop or other location!
A whole enchilada of new management actions will be necessary for upkeep of the Whole Enchilada Trail. Increased usage of the trail by a variety of users has necessitated a major overhaul of ways to encourage responsible recreational use and ecological maintenance. The multi-use trail runs more than 30 miles with elevation spans greater than […]
Interbike to Research Alternatives, Announces Show Will Not Take Place in 2019 Press Release – SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. – December 6, 2018 – Interbike owner, Emerald Expositions, announced today that the Interbike tradeshow will not take place in September 2019 in Reno as previously scheduled. Instead, the company will research alternative plans for 2020 […]
Bike Shop Saturday to be held on December 8, 2018 Worldwide Event designed to support local bike shops and bike related businesses Join and share the event on Facebook November 25, 2018 (Salt Lake City, Utah) – Bike Shop Saturday, an event designed to be a bike friendly alternative to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, […]
Salt Lake City’s Green Lanes are in complete disarray November 23, 2018 – Just last Friday, we were riding eastbound on 200 S between State and Main where the Green Shared Lane is (used to be) when a white Forerunner came within 1 foot of sideswiping one of us. We were riding where we were […]
The Spokes of Our Local Economic Wheel Connect Our Neighborhood or Why You Should Support Your Local Bike Shop
Guest Editorial by Cristiano Pereira A neighborhood is like the spokes of a wheel, in that we are all interconnected, particularly when it comes to economics and commerce. I say that because as a small business owner of a local bicycle shop I see our interconnection every day. First, as the consumer and user of […]
Utah Bill Would Allow Cyclists to Treat Stop Signs as Yield Signs November 7, 2018 – Utah state Representative Carol Spackman-Moss has reintroduced the Idaho Stop bill in the Utah Legislature to be considered in the 2019 Legislative Session. The bill will allow cyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs, and red lights as […]