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 […]

Gary Hecox: Pedaling Past Cancer

Gary Hecox: Pedaling Past Cancer

By Jackie Baker What began as an annoying back injury for Park City resident Gary Hecox turned out to be a critical clue to saving his life. In January 2014, Gary was working at a ski race at PCMR. He was skiing while carrying timing equipment and hit a rut. At the time, Gary thought […]

A Weekend in Sedona

A Weekend in Sedona

By Lukas Brinkerhoff There were a few riders attempting to get a look at the line without sliding down it inadvertently whilst wearing their tap shoes. One of them, who appeared to be a local or was trying to make himself out to be, explained it to us as such, “Down to a hard left […]

Report Looks at Bike Shops and Women

Report Looks at Bike Shops and Women

By Charles Pekow Advocacy groups across the nation have been vigorously encouraging women to ride bicycles over the last few years. From the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) with its Women Bike campaign on down to the local level, groups are doing everything from sponsoring rides for women to encouraging them to commute and repair […]

Utah Lake to Squaw Peak Challenge

By Wayne Cottrell The Utah Lake to Squaw Peak Challenge is a 31.3-mile, out-and-back ride that starts and finishes at Utah Lake State Park in Provo. The ride makes liberal use of the Provo River Parkway for the opening 10.7 miles, and then veers onto U.S. Highway 189, and then Squaw Peak Road for the […]

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