By Cimarron Chacon Imagine a High School team sport where there is no school rivalry, no try outs, no gender specifics, and no experience or equipment necessary. The very thought might go against everything you were taught about high school and team sports, but the outcome, well it is everything team sports should be about […]
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 […]
By Ashley Patterson Adrienne Cachelin doesn’t really consider herself a bike commuter though it is one of her more frequent modes of transportation. She has committed to not drive to work unless mandated by carrying a heavy load or trip chaining. Adrienne probably bike commutes on average 2 days per week simply because it feels […]
September 2015 Issue is now available as a PDF (10 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 Ian Scharine As the days become shorter and the nights cooler, we can expect the rides to begin to turn more colorful. The canyons of the Salt Lake Valley are a gorgeous and treasured sight shared by motorists, hikers and cyclists year round. Improvements to Big Cottonwood Canyon where the Tour of Utah was […]