Cycling Utah’s June 2015 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling Utah Magazine’s June 2015 Issue is now available as a free download (9 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! downloadbutton

Cover Photo: Kim Osborn and Matt Wilson, on a wet spring ride, near the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Photo credit: John Shafer. See more of his work at Photo-John.net
Cover Photo: Kim Osborn and Matt Wilson, on a wet spring ride, near the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Photo credit: John Shafer. See more of his work at Photo-John.net

 

Contents

Dinner Table Discussions –  page – 2

McCutcheon and Booth Tops at Sugarhouse Criterium –  page – 3

For Erika Longino, Cycling is Her Foundation –  page – 4

Gary Hecox: Pedaling Past Cancer –  page – 6

Utah Rises to 5th Most Bike Friendly State; Idaho is in 21st Place –  page – 8

Tour of Utah Seeks Volunteers for 2015 Race page – 9

Mountain Bikers and the Golden Rule –  page – 10

DMBTA is on Roll With New Trails in Southern Utah –  page – 11

Salt Lake City Releases New Bikeways Map –  page – 11

Salt Lake City and Boise Scored as Bikeable on BikeScore Ranking –  page – 12

Bike Shops and Women –  page – 12

Equity in Bicycle Planning page – 12

Cyclist Killed in Salt Lake County page – 14

Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival to Feature Cross Country MTB Race, Enduro Races and Guided Rides –  page – 15

Do-It-Yourself 1 x 10 Drivetrain: A Review –  page – 16

A Trip to the 2015 Tour of California –  page – 18

Bike MS Ride Preview –  page – 20

Get Ready Your Next Century Ride –  page – 21

Bicycle Collective News for June 2015 page – 28

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee News for June 2015 page – 28

Why Race? A Guide for Those Interested in Racing –  page – 30

Hoffman, McCutcheon Win at Antelope Island page – 31

Rob Paull: A Model Cycling Companion –  page – 32

A Weekend in Sedona –  page – 34

Utah Lake to Squaw Peak Challenge –  page – 35

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