Bicycle – Motor Vehicle Crashes Increasing in Utah

In Utah, the rate of bicyclist-motor vehicle crashes has been following an unfortunate increasing trend for the past several years. However on a positive note, despite the increasing number of accidents each year the number of fatalities have been on the decline.…

Crosstraining: The Importance of Being Earnest

This is an exciting time of year for cyclists. Depending on how one spends time over the winter, a rider may have done more or less indoor cycling over the past few months. Cyclocross and mountain bikes can provide additional outdoor riding options when roads become slick or otherwise unwelcoming, especially when air quality down in our valleys is poor. And Fat Bikes have become increasingly popular, making abundant snowfall and lower temperatures less daunting for those determined to ride outdoors, weather be damned.…

UCA Adds 2 New Categories for 2014 Road Races

The Utah Cycling Association adjusted categories that each UCA points series will offer. This year, a Masters 45+ Category 1,2,3 field was added, and a Men’s 4/5 field. These both will give racers more options to race with others of their ability and age level.…

Howat and Clouse Crowned 2014 Cyclocross National Champions

Adding to her already impressive collection of national championships, Katie Clouse was one of three Utahns to claim victory at the USA Cycling Cyclocross championships in Boulder last month. Other Utahns to claim victory in Boulder were Ogden’s Justin Lindine riding for Team Redline in the Master’s 30-34 field and Ski Utah’s Laura Howat in the Master’s 55-59 division.…

SLCBAC News for March 2014

The committee needs motivated and passionate citizens to help serve on sub-committees assisting in matters of budget, education, outreach, economic and infrastructure development.…