Salt Lake County Council Allows MTB Trails, Disallows MTB Parks in Cottonwood Canyons

March 10, 2017 – The Salt Lake County Council voted on Tuesday March 7, 2017 to keep mountain bike trails, but eliminate “Mountain Bike Terrain Parks” from potential uses by ski areas in Little and Big Cottonwood Canyon according to a Facebook post by Councilwoman Jenny Wilson. The Mountain Resort Zone ordinance (MRZ) is being considered […]

Editorial: Utah’s Politicians and the Outdoor Industry’s Leaders Need to Resume Negotiations on Public Lands, Outdoor Retailer, and Interbike

Editorial: Utah’s Politicians and the Outdoor Industry’s Leaders Need to Resume Negotiations on Public Lands, Outdoor Retailer, and Interbike

Outdoor Retailer to Leave – Public Lands, Bicycling, and Utah’s Economy Suffer As Utah Politicians and National Outdoor Leaders Drop the Ball  Editorial, February 19, 2017: The Outdoor Retailer Trade Show and Interbike (both owned by Emerald Expositions) announced on February 16, 2017 that due to lack of support for public lands by the Governor […]

Interbike Removes Salt Lake City as an Option for 2018 in Response to State of Utah’s Public Lands Stance

Interbike Removes Salt Lake City as an Option for 2018 in Response to State of Utah’s Public Lands Stance

February 16, 2017 – Interbike today announced that they are removing Salt Lake City from consideration for the relocation of the industry’s trade show. The move comes in response to Governor Herbert’s stance on public lands and the State’s request to revoke the Bear’s Ears National Monument and reduce the size of the Grand Staircase […]

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