Cycling Utah’s Fall-Winter 2015-2016 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling Utah Magazine’s Fall-Winter 2015-2016 Issue is now available as a free download (12 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! downloadbutton

Van Higley (front left) and Ian Johnson (5068) and the Boys Division 1 Sophomore field of the Utah High School Mountain Bike League race at Eagle Mountain on October 10, 2015. The race saw over 1000 kids participate. For more information, visit utahmtb.org Cover Photo: Photo by Dave Iltis
Van Higley (front left) and Ian Johnson (5068) and the Boys Division 1 Sophomore field of the Utah High School Mountain Bike League race at Eagle Mountain on October 10, 2015.
The race saw over 1000 kids participate. For more information, visit utahmtb.org
Cover Photo: Photo by Dave Iltis

Contents:

Who is a Cyclist? –  page – 2

Rob Squire and Alex Grant are our Riders of the Year  –  page – 3

Eric Nelson Shares a Roadie’s Perspective on Commuting –  page – 4

Bike Friendly Awards Given to St. George and Brigham Young University page – 4

Off-Season Fitness for the Cyclist –  page – 5

USA Cycling 2nd Annual Fat Bike National Championship Returns to Ogden in February 2016 –  page – 7

Event Preview: Rocky Mountain Cyclocross Championships Set for Longmont, Colorado on December 5, 2015 –  page – 8

Rampage 2015 – The Story of Jeremy Hottinger – I’ll Be Back –  page – 10

First Ever Fat Bike World Championships to be Held in Crested Butte, CO in 2016 –  page – 11

SLCBAC News for Fall 2015 page – 11

DIY Handlebar Light Set Up –  page – 12

Mercury Wheels Company Profile and X3-XC Cyclocross Wheel Review –  page – 13

Bicycle Collective Winter Fundraising Drive page – 13

Utah Bike Commuting Increases by 21% Over 10 Years page – 14

Are Studded Tires Better in Winter? page – 14

Night Moves – Riding After Dark    page – 18

Wasatch Front Fat Bike Trails –  page – 20

Fat Bike Winter Trails System Coming to Pleasant Grove Ranger District page – 21

Endurance Sports Show Returns to Sandy on February 5-6, 2016 page – 21

Sorensen and Emerson show that even late bloomers can win LoToJa –  page – 22

A Day in the Life of a Pro Cycling Team –  page – 24

Cyclocross Photo Gallery – A Few of Our Favorite Shots! –  page – 26

Van Aert and Nash Win CrossVegas World Cup –  page – 27

Porter Rockwell Trail to See Extension page – 27

A Short Bicycle Tour in the Mojave Desert –  page – 34

Bike Utah Reflects on 2015 and Looks Towards 2016 –  page – 37

Book Review: Roads Were Not Built For Cars: How cyclists were the first to push for good roads and became the pioneers of motoring –  page – 37

Rob Squire and Evelyn Dong Take Down Park City Point 2 Point Presented by Scott –  page – 38

The Benefits of Goal Setting –  page – 39

Choosing Tires for Road Touring –  page – 40

Setting Up a Home Bike Repair Workshop –  page – 41

Soapbox –  page – 42

Mesquite-Virgin Valley Cruise –  page – 43

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