Salt Lake City will be considering an update to its Property Clearing and Weed Control Ordinance on September 4, 2018 with a vote scheduled for September 18, 2018. Cycling Utah submitted the following comments in regards to the ordinance. How to comment: Send comments to the Salt Lake City Council at [email protected] or go to the public […]
UDOT Needs to Include Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure in 2018 University of Utah Campus Road Repaving Editorial by Dave Iltis • Editor, Cycling Utah May 7, 2018 – This summer, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will be repaving the roads around the University of Utah starting today, May 7, 2018 and extending through August […]
May 14, 2018 – Bicycle Commuters will have a pleasant treat on Tuesday morning, May 15, 2018. At least 17 locations in Salt Lake City will be hosting Bicycle Commuter Pit Stops as part of Utah Bike Month. The stops will typically have a treat and coffee to help commuters reach their morning destinations. Some […]
Cycling Utah recognizes the best riders, events, and clubs in Utah with our year end awards. Cycling in Utah is booming, with more people participating, more bike trails and pathways, and more excitement than ever before.
Better Bike and Pedestrian Facilities are Needed in North West Salt Lake City Editorial by Dave Iltis – February 7, 2018 – The following is a proposal by Cycling Utah for better bicycling in the Rose Park, Fair Park, and Marmalade neighborhoods in Salt Lake City, Utah how to better connect them, and how to […]
By Dave Iltis The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival is a 3 day festival, held in Sedona, Arizona from March 2-4, 2018. Highlights include massive bike demo and expo, beer garden, tons of singletrack, and mtb culture in the red rocks. We caught up with Jason First of Over the Edge Sports and asked him about […]
Cycling West and Cycling Utah is proud to have completed 25 years of bringing you news and information on cycling in the Intermountain West.
Editorial by Dave Iltis Originally Published 1-22-2014 As cyclists, we have a lot to lose by breathing dirty air. All the heavy breathing and oxygen processing we need to do to keep going means that we filter larger amounts of toxins than sedentary people. The more toxins in the air, the harder it is to […]
30 Miles of New Mountain Biking and Hiking Trails May Come to the Salt Lake City Foothills – New Trails Plan Starts to Take Shape
30 Miles of New Trails in Salt Lake City? City Embarks on Planning Process Provide Feedback on SLC Trails Click Here November 12, 2017 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Salt Lake City is getting ready to move forward with a new Foothills Trails Plan that includes 30 miles of new, mostly mountain bike accessible, […]
Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy
Salt Lake City needs to completely rethink transportation. Cycling Utah presents a vision for a new transportation policy for Salt Lake City (see below for details) October 6, 2017 • Editorial by Dave Iltis, editor, cyclingutah.com, cyclingwest.com Salt Lake City has been the leader in transportation in Utah with progressive bicycle and pedestrian programs such […]