The I-Street Jumps is a user built unofficial bike terrain park in the upper Avenues of Salt Lake City adjacent to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. The jumps have been constructed over approximately the last 17 years on the outskirts of Morris Meadows on land owned by the Salt Lake City Watershed District.
On April 18th, the University of Utah released their new Bicycle Master Plan, an addendum to the Campus Master Plan.
The Parley’s Canyon Trail Feasability Study is in the public comment phase. The Study examines potential routes and costs for a trail from the Mountain Dell exit on I-80 to the summit of Parley’s Canyon.
The cycling community lost a friend when Robert (Bob) Kinney, age 63, unexpectedly passed way on April 29, 2012. Bob was the founder of Bike2Bike, a non-profit that organized many of Utah’s favorite cycling events.
By Dave Iltis Salt Lake Marathon and Bike Tour Under New Ownership – Event to Be Held April 21, 2012 The Salt Lake City Marathon and Bike Tour has been purchased recently by US Road Sports & Entertainment Group (Dallas, Texas) from BDO Management of Chicago. The event is in its ninth year, while the […]
By Dave Iltis This year, there are a few new shops opening in the state. Greg Steele, long time rider in Salt Lake Valley and past contributor to Cycling Utah, has opened Beehive Bicycles in the 15th and 15th neighborhood in Salt Lake City. Beehive is on the web at beehivebicycles.com. Performance Bicycle, a national […]
By Dave Iltis Wondering if making a city more bike friendly results in more bike trips? Look no further than Salt Lake City. The state’s capital city has worked hard to add bike lanes, bike paths, bike racks, and bike corrals, to improve the responsiveness of the police department, clean up goat heads on the […]