Van Aert and Nash Win CrossVegas World Cup

Van Aert and Nash Win CrossVegas World Cup

By Paul Skilbeck Utah resident Jamey Driscoll Finishes 28th Another chapter in the global spread of cycle sport began with emphatic victories for Belgium’s Wout Van Aert and Czech Katerina Nash when 120 Elite cyclists from 20 countries contested the first-ever North American UCI Cyclocross World Cup race, the Clif Bar CrossVegas on September 16, […]

McCutcheon and Booth Tops at 2015 Sugarhouse Criterium

McCutcheon and Booth Tops at 2015 Sugarhouse Criterium

By Dave Iltis Bike races have been held in Sugarhouse Park since the 1950’s or earlier. The course is a classic circuit/criterium course that challenges cyclists with 2 hills high speeds, and usually a bit of wind. This year’s Sugarhouse Criterium presented by Team Tosh Cycling had a solid turnout despite the rain throughout May […]

The Benefits of Goal Setting

The Benefits of Goal Setting

By Eric Yelsa, Ph. D. The Fall is a wonderful time of year. The majority of cycling events have drawn to a close and with the changes of weather comes an opportunity to reinvest interest in other aspects of life. However, the Fall is also an excellent opportunity to reflect on cycling accomplishments of the […]

What’s on your Work Bench?

What’s on your Work Bench?

By Tom Jow Have you ever wondered what your favorite bike technician’s workspace is like? How many tools does he or she use? Is their workspace a disaster area, like a teenagers bedroom? Or is it super clean and organized like a hair stylist or dentist? Unlike most bicycle mechanics, the hair stylist and dentist […]

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