9 Line Bicycle Trail Grand Opening Nov 5 in Salt Lake City

Residents Invited to Celebrate New Trail and Neighborhood Business District Mayor, Councilman to help unveil new bicycle/pedestrian trail and revitalized River District Gardens SALT LAKE CITY –Mayor Ralph Becker, Councilman Van Turner, NeighborWorks Salt Lake, Union Pacific and other community partners will celebrate the opening of the “9 Line” trail project this Saturday, Nov. 5 […]

Tim Young Departs as Jackson Hole Area Friends of Pathways’ Executive Director

Tim Young Departs as Friends of Pathways’ Executive Director JACKSON, Wyoming. October 5, 2011 — Friends of Pathways (FOP) today announced to their membership and partners that Tim Young will step down as FOP’s Executive Director, after five years of leading the community, non-motorized advocacy organization. Young plans to look to new adventures in advocacy […]

BÖIKZMÖIND Documentary to Show in SLC on October 27th

BÖIKZMÖIND Documentary to Show in SLC on October 27th

StruckAxiom and the AIGA’s Salt Lake City chapter are hosting the premiere of BÖIKZMÖIND: a 30-minute documentary film about fixed gear bikes in Bristol, England. The film’s director, Gavin Strange, will also be in the house for a discussion on design and a Q&A after the film.   The event takes place at the Salt Lake […]

2nd Annual Cross Out Cancer Race to be Held on October 22 at Wheeler Farm

Utah Cyclocross (UTCX) Supports Local Cancer Patients and Joins Lance Armstrong Foundation (“LAF”, “LIVESTRONG”) and the Huntsman Cancer Foundation (“HCF”) in Fight against Cancer   Salt Lake City, Utah – September 21, 2011 — Utah Cyclcross (www.utcx.net) in support of local cancer patients, joins the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF, LIVESTRONG) and the Huntsman Cancer Foundation […]

Emigration Canyon Share the Road Event Planned for October 8

On Saturday, October 8th, Salt Lake County is planning a Share the Road event in Emigration Canyon from 9 am until 12 noon. – The safe and peaceful coexistence of multiple forms of transportation depends on predictability.  Unlike many city streets, our beautiful canyon riding environments present cyclists and motorists with a more unpredictable and […]

Fall is Time for Cyclocross

By Tyler Wren Leaves changing, back to school, world series, end-of-season break- these are some of the things most people think about when autumn comes around. But not me- even after a long season of traveling and racing my bike on the road, my mind inevitably turns to cyclocross in the fall. One thng to […]