Bike2Bike Founder Bob Kinney Passes Away

The cycling community lost a friend when Robert (Bob) Kinney, age 63, unexpectedly passed way on April 29, 2012. Bob was the founder of Bike2Bike, a non-profit that organized many of Utah’s favorite cycling events.…

A Preview of Ironman St. George

Throw in two trips up the Veyo Wall and a mind-crushing run through the scenic but grueling streets of St. George and it is little wonder Ironman St. George is considered by many as the most difficult event on the World Triathlon Corporation calendar.…

Carey and Smith Top True Grit Field

Carey and Smith Top True Grit Field

The 2nd annual True Grit Epic Bike Race was held March 17th in Saint George, Utah. This year’s event featured 23, 50, and 100-mile options, and was touted by its promoters as “long, technical, and tough!” Truer words were never spoken.…

Remembering Matt Bradley

Remembering Matt Bradley

Matt Bradley -- a cancer survivor who lost a leg to the dreaded disease and refused to slow down as a result -- was an inspiration to countless people in the Utah cycling community, at the University of Utah where he taught and among the civic and social causes he championed.…

And That Just Ain’t Right

And That Just Ain’t Right

Can I just say? I don’t get it! Electronic shifting has been around for quite awhile but never quite caught on. And I understood that. But now, electronic shifting is being pushed heavily and is beginning to catch on. And I don’t get that. I mean, how hard is it to push a lever to shift?…

Utah and Idaho Rank in the Middle for Biking and Walking

Advocates for bicycling and walking have done more than try to give a red light to congressional efforts to cut off their federal funding. They have been reporting on the extent to which people are actually using the available infrastructure – crucial data in evaluating these efforts.…