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Cycling in Emigration Canyon at Stake

Cycling in Emigration Canyon at Stake

By David Ward Emigration Canyon is a great place to ride. One of the best in Utah, and in my opinion, certainly the best in Salt Lake County. For nearly…

Utah Jumps to Fifth Most Bike Friendly State in 2015; Idaho Comes in at 21

Utah Jumps to Fifth Most Bike Friendly State in 2015; Idaho Comes in at 21

The League of American Bicyclists (LAB) today released their annual Bike Friendly States rankings for 2015. Utah moved up three places to number 5. Idaho dropped a spot to number…

Eagle Mountain Bike Plan Open House Scheduled for 4-28-2015

April 28, 2015 – An open house for the Eagle Mountain Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 5-7 pm at the Campus…

Bicycle Collective News for March 2015 – New Location in Ogden

Bicycle Collective News for March 2015 – New Location in Ogden

By Deb Henry The Bicycle Collective is ecstatic to announce that they have hired their first full-time director for the Ogden Bicycle Collective. Clint Watson will take over from founding…

Cyclofemme Looking for Organizers in Utah for May 10, 2015 Ride

Cyclofemme Looking for Organizers in Utah for May 10, 2015 Ride

April 24, 2015 – Cyclofemme, an international community website focused on women and cycling, is looking for ride organizers in Utah and Idaho for their annual Cyclofemme ride on May…

Road and Mountain Bikers Urged to Comment on Mountain Accord

Road and Mountain Bikers Urged to Comment on Mountain Accord

By Dave Iltis April 2, 2015 – The Mountain Accord, a collaborative planning process for the future of the Central Wasatch Mountains, is taking public comment on its proposed blueprint…

Work on the Bonneville Shoreline Connector Trail to Resume in Weber County

By Rod Kramer An upside of our unusual weather, work is to resume the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST) North Connector trail in Weber County. Machines and crews began construction earlier…

RAP Tax Passes in Washington County – Will Benefit Cycling

By Cimarron Chacon After years of hard work by local arts and recreation advocates 2014 was finally the year the Recreation, Arts and Parks Tax made it on the ballot…

Cyclist Led Emigration Canyon Clean-up Set for May 2, 2015  

Cyclist Led Emigration Canyon Clean-up Set for May 2, 2015  

April 7, 2015 – Volunteers from a number of the Salt Lake-based cycling teams are coming together on the morning of Saturday, May 2nd to clean up the trash and…

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee News for March 2015

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee News for March 2015

By Ian Scharine A mild winter has meant that the Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Committee has a big year ahead of it early on. County Mayor Ben McAdams has…