New Planning Tools for Safer Roads for Bikes and Pedestrians

New Planning Tools for Safer Roads for Bikes and Pedestrians

By Charles Pekow A few new tools can help communities make the roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians, direct from Washington, DC. The Guidebook on Identification of High Pedestrian Crash Locations (https://tinyurl.com/ydarfsak), a manual for traffic planners from the Federal Highway Administration includes tips for improving bicyclist safety, acknowledging that agencies need to take a […]

The Bicycle Art of Jon Russell Hanson

The Bicycle Art of Jon Russell Hanson

By Dave Iltis Process by which you created this: After coming across an old refrigerator in the desert, I hauled it home in hopes of being able to salvage enough of the exterior to make a interesting canvas. I cut the exterior of the fridge into usable tiles and then rattle-canned them with a stencil […]

Waste Not, Want Not – Nutrition and Sustainability

Waste Not, Want Not – Nutrition and Sustainability

By Nancy Clark, MS, RD In 32 years (2050), we will be dealing with major food issues. By then, the global population will have grown from today’s 7.6 billion people to 10 billion people (not due to lots of new babies, due mainly to longer lifespans related to better health care and nutrition). We will […]

Making Utah a Better Place to Ride: Bike Utah 2018 Recap

Making Utah a Better Place to Ride: Bike Utah 2018 Recap

By Phil Sarnoff At Bike Utah, we had another great year of advancing all types of bicycling all around the state. More and more communities, agencies, businesses, and individuals are seeing the benefits that bicycling brings to Utah. Below are some of the initiatives we have been pursuing, the progress we made in 2018, and […]

Off-Season Cycling Training

Off-Season Cycling Training

By Sarah Kaufmann Happy winter! Like most of the mountain west, we live in a climate with four unique seasons. So how do you train to be a strong cyclist in the summer with cold and snow in the winter? Do you wait until the snow melts to be a cyclist again? No! The ‘off-season’ […]

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