Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association Update

DMBTA conducted a workshop to more closely examine areas near the city of St George and Leeds, where bikers, land managers, and City officials thought new trail routes could be proposed for inclusion into the SFGO Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Management Plan and NCA Resource Management Plan…

The Changing Landscape for Bike Advocacy – Lessons from the 2012 National Bike Summit

The landscape is changing and this means the Utah bicycling community is going to have to switch gears to adapt. No, not just to ride the reconstructed roads, new trails and bridges or added mountain bike trails throughout the state. Bicycle advocates are going to have to change the thrust of their advocacy efforts to keep up with the changing political landscape.…

Parley’s Canyon Trail Feasibility Study

The Parley's Canyon Trail Feasability Study is in the public comment phase. The Study examines potential routes and costs for a trail from the Mountain Dell exit on I-80 to the summit of Parley's Canyon.…

Alpine Cited For Great Use of Safe Routes to School Grant

You needn't look any further than Alpine, right here in Utah to prove the benefits of the endangered Safe Routes to School (SRS) program. SRS itself is traveling an unsafe route to survival, running on a spare tire presently in a seemingly endless series of leases on life while Congress continues to debate its future. But a national study cited Alpine's use of an SRS grant as a reason to support bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in small towns.…

The Collective Remembers Benefactor Bill Delvie

The Bicycle Collective is devoting this month’s column to honoring one of our greatest benefactors, Bill Delvie. As The Bicycle Collective approaches it 10 year anniversary party (The Bicycle Prom June 2, 2012), we’ve had the opportunity to reflect and recognize those who conceived of the project and keep it running.…

Boise State Earns Silver Bike Friendly University Award

Study harder and improve your grade, they say at school. And that's exactly what Boise State University (BSU) did. A year ago, it became one of the first institutions to win honors as a Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) in the League of American Bicyclists' (LAB) latest addition to the Bicycle Friendly America program (which includes Bicycle Friendly Communities, Bicycle Friendly Businesses and Bicycle Friendly States).…

Plan to Attend the 2012 Utah Bike Summit

The theme of the fourth annual Utah Bike Summit, lovingly adapted from Utah’s tourism theme is Bike Elevated. It’s a theme meant to inspire us all to reach higher in striving to build a better bicycling future for our state. Utah’s road cyclists, commuters and mountain bikers can all find something they can enjoy and learn from at this year’s Summit.…

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