The rough and rugged history of the area is full of stories of hardship and determination. It is legendary for two major industries; gold mining and prostitution. Both are now gone.
By Phil Sarnoff The 2015 League of American Bicyclists’ state rankings were released in May and Utah moved into the top five overall and into the number two slot in the west (see our June 2015 issue for the full story). Much of the ranking is based on five emphasis areas: Legislation and enforcement; Policies […]
By Mel Bashore Four years ago, my son Adam began what has turned into his now-annual stint as a moto marshal for the Tour of Utah on his BMW motorcycle. Earlier this year he said, “Dad, why don’t you try to get on as a course marshal?” Although I inquired rather late, a cancellation opened […]
By Steven Sheffield When I first read the brief description of BIKE MECHANIC: TALES FROM THE ROAD AND THE WORKSHOP by Guy Andrews and Rohan Dubash, I was anticipating a quick read filled with profiles of team mechanics and humorous anecdotes of life on the road and the daily grind of cleaning and repairing bikes […]
By Patrick Walsh “You came here to hear the Psalms?” Mrs. MacKenzie asked as we were checking in to the B&B. She sounded genuinely surprised. My wife Lynda had learned of this cultural event years earlier when she studied at the University of Edinburgh, and we had traveled to the Isle of Lewis to attend […]