Utahns Excel in 2013 Ironman 70.3 St. George

Some lamented the fact the Ironman triathlon series dropped its fledging St. George race from a full 140.6 mile, Kona-qualifying event to a 70.3 race. Others celebrated the move as a chance to compete in the early-season race with proper training especially for those coming from colder-weather communities such as the Wasatch Front where finding training days from November to May is either expensive or really uncomfortable.…

Morgan City, Utah Building New Bike Park

Morgan City, Utah Building New Bike Park

Morgan Utah's bike park will fill the need for outdoor recreation, while enhancing businesses, the fairgrounds, and future developments in the area, according to the project’s proposal documents.…

Reformulated First Endurance Optygen HP Steps it Up a Notch

Hailed by many as the best endurance supplement on the market, First Endurance’s line of Optygen products has a devoted following – so devoted, in fact, that many professional cyclists keep buying the stuff even after they sign on with teams sponsored by other fueling and supplement companies.…

Bike Friendly State Rankings: Utah drops 1, Idaho gains 10

Idaho made a significant jump in the national Bicycle Friendly State rankings this year. Utah, meanwhile, appeared to be pedaling a stationary bike, if you compare the 2013 state-by-state rankings given by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB). Utah came in 14th, down one notch from 2012's 13th place finish.…

Utah Bike Summit Recap

The 5th annual Utah Bike Summit presented by Bike Utah was held Friday April 27th at the University of Utah Guest House.…

May Trail Report from Park City

We are jumping right into spring up here in Park City, but first, we saw a huge increase in winter cyclists on the local trails this winter, Park City makes a wonderful destination for winter riding and we look forward to increased visits next year.…

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