Teamwork Pays: The Dividends of Racing as a Cohesive Squad

Teamwork Pays: The Dividends of Racing as a Cohesive Squad

As we discussed in the March 2013 issue of Cycling Utah, at its essence competitive cycling is a team sport. The successful professional teams tend to be the most organized and unified, and the best riders in the world often make contractual demands and commitments based on which riders they will call teammates.…

Mt. Nebo Challenge

Mt. Nebo Challenge

The Mt. Nebo Challenge is a 69.0-mile loop featuring a long, strenuous climb and steep, challenging descent of Mt. Nebo, and long false flats through Juab Valley.…

Taking The Time Machine For A Spin

Having made the voluntary choice of weekend only access to a car, it's also, at times, a harsh reality. Wind, rain, sleet, hail, sleety/hail, sideways rain, it doesn't matter and it doesn't last.…

Crank Length: Coming Full Circle

Crank Length: Coming Full Circle

Martin conducted a study using 60 racers of all skill levels. He would vary crank length in 15mm increments, both longer and shorter. His findings showed that there was no power difference from one length to another, but that oxygen uptake was always better with shorter cranks.…

Road Respect Tour Kicks off in May

“Road Respect Cars and Bikes Rules to Live By” is a grassroots campaign that aims to educate drivers and cyclists about the rules of the road and also encourage mutual respect so that everyone gets home safely.…