A Guide to Bicycle Insurance – Is it Worth the Cost?

A Guide to Bicycle Insurance – Is it Worth the Cost?

By Russ Hymas and Ken Christensen –  As bicycle accident attorneys, we often discuss the importance of carrying uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage on cyclists’ automobile insurance policies in the event they’re hit and injured by a motorist with minimal limits of coverage, or no auto insurance at all. But incidents involving bicycles are not limited to […]

What Kind of World Do You Want?

What Kind of World Do You Want?

Pat the Bunny said, “A punk rock song will never change the world, but I can tell you about a couple that changed me.”  It’s 7:17 AM. The sun has crested casting a golden light that could be compared to the approving gaze of god looking down up on this band of folks working. There’s […]

Tips for Post Race Comfort

Tips for Post Race Comfort

By Tom Jow –  September is upon us and the fall racing season has begun. For many, the next 3 months are just an extension of the summer season. For others, this is their racing season. How we prepare for our event is important to our success, whether it is a podium finish or a […]

Bikepacking Canyonlands’ White Rim Trail

Bikepacking Canyonlands’ White Rim Trail

By Cole Taylor Last fall I discovered the world of bikepacking, the blissful union of my two favorite activities. I was inspired to ride the White Rim from browsing bikepacking.com, where there is a page that was helpful in planning. I called up two of my mountain biking friends and asked them about doing it […]

A Bicycle Tour of Boulder and Fort Collins

A Bicycle Tour of Boulder and Fort Collins

By Phil Sarnoff –  At the end of August 2016, Bike Utah took a group of elected officials and staff from Utah on an active transportation tour of Boulder and Fort Collins, Colorado. The goal of this tour was to open people’s eyes to all of the potential active transportation opportunities we have in Utah […]

Report Looks at Causes and Patterns in Bicycle Crashes

Report Looks at Causes and Patterns in Bicycle Crashes

By Charles Pekow –  If you’re in a bicycle accident at night, you’re more likely to get killed than you are in a daytime crash. And while most bike crashes occur on urban roads, the ones on rural ones result in a greater chance of a fatality. At least these facts describe the case in […]

Study Shows Bicycling and Walking Generate $425 Million in Economic Impact in Utah

Study Shows Bicycling and Walking Generate $425 Million in Economic Impact in Utah

By Phil Sarnoff, Executive Director of Bike Utah – There is a large push across Utah toward encouraging more widespread use of active transportation modes. This includes bicycling and walking for both transportation and recreation. In his “Utah Life Elevated 2020” objectives, unveiled at the end of May, Utah Governor Gary Herbert stated the following goal: […]

Bike Fit: Your Body or Your Bike.

Bike Fit: Your Body or Your Bike.

By John Higgins –  Cyclists as a whole are prone to seeking improvement, either against their own personal performance or against others. Strava wouldn’t be the as popular as it is, and Zwift would not be on a meteoric rise if this was not the case. You define what sort of improvement motivates you. It […]

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