On March 20, 2019, Florencio Irizarry, from Puerto Rico, reknown Salt Lake City master bicycle mechanic, experienced a serious heart-attack. For nearly twenty years, Flo has been wrenching in the Salt Lake City area. For the longest time, one could find Flo behind a work-stand at the now closed Wild Rose Mountain Sports. These days, ‘The […]
By Dustin Varga Each and every one of us in the cycling community has at least one funny or even ridiculous event that has transpired throughout their respective lives. Mine started in 1982. I was introduced to professional road racing at the age of 12. We had always ridden bikes, but this was different. I […]
The Rudy Project Boost 01 Aero helmet is the first modern aero-style helmet that I’ve ever worn for regular riding around.
The Tifosi Podium XC is a fine sun glass shield for endurance sports. The Podium is a medium sized shield that comes with three lenses: an iridescent reflective blue, a pink amber, and clear. The shield comes with a hard case, soft pouch, and a protective insert for the alternative lenses. Lens Quality I have […]
The 10th Annual Moose Cross Cyclocross Festival is on for 2017 in Victor, Idaho on October 7th – 8th, 2017.
Wild Rose Mountain Sports has announced his retirement and the closing of the iconic Salt Lake Avenues bicycle and ski store he co-founded thirty-two years ago.
Interviews from Utah pros Tanner Putt, Robbie Squire, and TJ Eisnehart on TOU 2016; Lachlan Morton on TOU 2016; Mindy McCutcheon on the Porcupine HIll Climb.
Congratulations to you Wonder Woman on your designation by the United Nations to be the honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls. This designation supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5: to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. For those in the know, DC Comic’s Wonder Woman became available […]
May 11, 2015 – Interview with United Heath Care Professional Road Cyclist Tanner Putt by Chuck Collins prior to start of stage 2 2015 Amgen Tour of California – Nevada City, CA CC – How is your life with United Health Care Professional Cycling team? TP – It’s going great. I fit in with the […]
I first read a thread about a month ago that the reasoning behind this action was to avoid potential liability to the UCI and USA Cycling when and where event participants were both amateur and professional such as Oregon’s Cascade Classic.