By Mark Deterline Fall and winter in Utah means different things to different people and different kinds of athletes. As an endurance coach, many of my athletes have finished a long season of cycling, or have peaked for and competed in events over the spring and summer months. Some enter fall well prepared to compete […]
By Fahzure Freeride The 2014 Redbull Rampage, held from September 26-29, 2014 in Virgin, Utah, raised the bar of epicness in every category for those who worked, rode attended the event, especially those from Utah. Since the first freeride contest in North America, staged in Moab in 2000, and won by Salt Lake City’s Kris […]
Fall-Winter 2014 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.5 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite bike shop in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, N. AZ, or W. CO or other location!
By Phil Sarnoff As summer has eased into a gentle and very ride-worthy fall across Utah, efforts to continue advancing bicycling have continued along at a rapid pace. Bike Utah presented to the Interim Legislative Transportation Committee on Bicycling as Part of a Comprehensive Transportation Plan. There are efforts underway to fund transportation in Utah […]
By Chip Smith Consistent effort during the season proved to be the winning strategy for overall points champions ST. GEORGE, Utah – Oct. 30, 2014 – The Utah High School Cycling League finished out its third season with the State Championships held in St. George, UT last Saturday, Oct. 25. Consistent effort during this year’s […]