September 5, 2018 – Park City Bike Demos, a Utah based bike shop, is being put up for sale by owner Andre Shoumatoff. Despite having a novel and successful business model according to Shoumatoff, the business suffered from early cash flow issues that hindered the now successful business. The shop worked in a different way […]
PRESS RELEASE: Interbike, the Largest U.S. Bicycle Industry Trade Show Chooses Reno-Tahoe for New Home Beginning September 2018 and Announces Launch of Interbike Marketweek Interbike Marketweek will Start with World-Class Consumer Cycling Festival followed by OutDoor Demo and Culminate in Trade Show with Morning Education, New Show Hours and Mid-Week Day Pattern SAN JUAN […]
Letter to the Editor: Fifteen years ago I opened Absaroka Bicycle in Cody, Wyoming. There was not a bike shop in Cody at the time. I was riding and racing bikes back in the late 90s and early 2000’s and struggling to get work done on my bike. I thought to myself, I can’t be […]
Wild Rose Mountain Sports has announced his retirement and the closing of the iconic Salt Lake Avenues bicycle and ski store he co-founded thirty-two years ago.
By Dave Iltis February 25, 2017 – The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is coming to Salt Lake City from March 10-12, 2017. The show highlights hand-crafted bicycles, accessory makers, and component suppliers for the artisan bike industry. The 13th Annual show began in 2005 in Houston. The NAHBS is about the art of the […]
NAHBS will still be held this year in Utah from March 10-12, 2017 February 21, 2017 – The North American Handmade Bicycle Show, which is coming to Salt Lake City on March 10-12, 2017, announced today in a statement that they would not be returning to Utah after this year’s show unless Utah officials change […]
Interbike Removes Salt Lake City as an Option for 2018 in Response to State of Utah’s Public Lands Stance
February 16, 2017 – Interbike today announced that they are removing Salt Lake City from consideration for the relocation of the industry’s trade show. The move comes in response to Governor Herbert’s stance on public lands and the State’s request to revoke the Bear’s Ears National Monument and reduce the size of the Grand Staircase […]