Indian Reservations Face Many Roadblocks to Safe Cycling

Indian Reservations Face Many Roadblocks to Safe Cycling

By Charles Pekow If you build infrastructure, will they come? Will residents of Indian reservations be more inclined to ride bicycles– and advocate for bicycling – if their communities built a more friendly bicycle infrastructure? Or will reservations become more bike-friendly only if residents want it and work for it? And do tribes, state and […]

Now is the Time for Bicycles

Now is the Time for Bicycles

By Phil Sarnoff Many of you are probably aware of the population projections for Utah over the next 35 years. Here is a quick overview of the statistics from a study by the Utah Foundation (http://www.utahfoundation.org/uploads/rr720.pdf). Approximately 85% of Utah’s population currently lives along the Wasatch Front. From 2010 to 2050, the populations in the […]