My ride would begin in central Oregon, go out to and up the coast to Astoria, then east through the Columbia River Gorge, crossing Bridge of the Gods to Washington, over to Lewiston, Idaho, then to Missoula, Montana, and south through Idaho to bring me home to Salt Lake Valley. If I hurried, I thought I could do it in about 4_ weeks.
More accurately, they sense your weakness and want to put you in a dark place – a Very Dark Place.
By Tom Jow, From our Fall/Winter 2011 Issue Every sport has specialized clothing needs and cycling is no different. Unlike a sport like indoor swimming where conditions are constant, conditions while riding can change minute to minute. What makes cycling clothing unique is the ability to perform many tasks at once. Specifically, cool weather bicycling […]
By Lou Melini Daybreak is a planned community on Kennecott Copper land. It is located between 10400 and 11400 South and west of Bangerter Highway. You can also get there via the Mid-Jordan Trax line (the Red line). We will hear from Stephen James who is involved in the planning of Daybreak. CYCLING UTAH: Stephen, […]
The Beaver Dam Mountains Classic is a 66.9-mile, out-and-back ride through mountainous and desert terrain. The ride starts in Santa Clara, ascends the Beaver Dam Mountains in extreme southwestern Utah, and then descends through an increasingly barren landscape, crossing into Arizona before entering the settlement of Beaver Dam. The return route reverses the outbound route.