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 […]
The RakAttach is a swing-arm that allows any 2-inch receiver hitch to pivot to the side, allowing full access to rear hatches, truck tailgates or rear doors.
Reynolds Cycling Brings on New Hires and Restructures Existing Staff Sandy, Utah (Nov. 1, 2016) – Sandy, Utah-based manufacturer of premium carbon wheels, Reynolds Cycling, has recently completed a phase of hires and restructuring of current staff. Mike Riley, Reynolds Cycling’s new marketing coordinator, joined the company on day one of Interbike 2016 after having […]
By Tyler Servoss Ogden is on a consistent upward trajectory of attracting the outdoor industry and specifically bicycle companies to Utah. Chris Mogridge and his wife Karen are the latest in a string of companies to call Ogden home. Their company, Mercury bicycle components relocated to Utah in 2014 after getting their start in Mississippi. […]
January 15, 2016 – Beehive Bicycles, a bike shop in Salt Lake City, will close its doors this weekend. Beehive Bicycles was started in 2012 by Greg Steele. Steele decided to close the shop in order to spend more time with family and to be able to ride his bike more often. Regarding the closing and […]
By Fahzure Freeride One of the best ways to get to understand any bike product is to talk to the people who made it, then go out and ride it. Other than exclusive manufacturer seminars put on by the larger bike manufacturers, the smaller players, component makers and products new to market have limited opportunity […]