Cycling Utah’s August 2014 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling Utah Magazine's August 2014 Issue is now available as a free download (9.3 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location! downloadbutton

Cover Photo: Luke Ratto on the wooden bridge on Snowbird's new Big Mountain Trail. The new trail is 7.5 miles long with 2900' of vertical drop.  Photo by Dave Iltis
Cover Photo: Luke Ratto on the wooden bridge on Snowbird's new Big Mountain Trail. The new trail is 7.5 miles long with 2900′ of vertical drop.
Photo by Dave Iltis

Contents

Hope, Faith, and the Tour de France –  page – 2

Utah Riders Win Plethora of National Championships –  page – 3

Roger Borgenicht Wants to See the Return of the Bicycle –  page – 4

Salt Lake County Bike News for August 2014 page – 4

Trail Etiquette – Clean, Considerate, Control –  page – 6

Utah and Idaho cyclists raise $1.4 million for MS in Annual Harmons Best Dam Bike Ride –  page – 6

Cheryl Soshnik: the Grande Dame of Bike Touring –  page – 8

Fat: Friend or Foe? –  page – 10

Tips to Prevent Heel Pain During Cycling –  page – 11

Family and Friends Celebrate the 

Life of Chase Pinkham –  page – 11

Parley’s Canyon Trail Study Completed –  page – 11

The New Landscape of Funding for Bike Projects –  page – 12

Big Mountain Trail Opens At Snowbird –  page – 13

Bicycle Collective News for Summer 2014 page – 15

Bike Utah News for Summer 2014 page – 15

WYDAHO Mountain Bike Festival to Be Held Over Labor Day Weekend – Raises Funds for Teton Valley Trails and Pathways –  page – 17

Maaranen and Grant Win Solitude Intermountain Cup –  page – 18

Salt Lake City’s Greenbike Bike Share Doubles in Size –  page – 20

CAPSA Ride to Support Victims of Abuse –  page – 20

Book Review of Why We Drive and an Interview with Cycling Utah Cartoonist Andy Singer –  page – 21

Sacroiliac Joint (SI) Pain in Cyclists page – 26

Summit Challenge to be held August 23, 2014 in Park City – Ride Will Benefit People With Disabilities page – 26

A Chronicle of the Single Speed World Championships – Scavenger Hunt, Bar Crawl, Race? –  page – 27

Passing Along the Lost Art of Bike Etiquette –  page – 29

Upgrade Your Disk Brakes and Rotors for More Stopping Power –  page – 30

Riding Brian Head –  page – 31

Bikepacking Idaho’s Sawtooth Region –  page – 32

Fire Road Cedar City – Satisfying a Thirst for Dirt – Popowski and Shaw Take Wins –  page – 34

Cache Caribou Classic –  page – 35

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