Springtime brings bikes and partnerships, and the Collective loves bikes and partnerships. In June the Collective has partnered with the University of Utah’s Continuing Education Program on Wednesday nights, while their shop will be closed to the public on those nights, you can get in by registering for the class on the Continuing Ed website. […]
By Sarah Bennett Envision Utah, the public-private undertaking that is currently working to craft a long range plan for the canyons has been holding a series of meeting and surveys over more than a year to engage the public on the best way to manage growth, transportation, and recreational impacts to the canyons of the […]
Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert, Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker have joined together to challenge Utahns to “Drive Less and Drive Smarter”. In support of this effort, Utahns are being asked, during the month of July, to participate in the 2010 Clear the Air Challenge.
Our June 2010 Issue is now available as a PDF (7.2 mb download) – Mid-Mountain and Crest Trails, Clear the Air Challenge, Wasatch Trails, Achtune Review, Pacelines, Choosing an MTB Tire, Commuting with a Load, Sundance Spin report, Bear Lake Classic, Government Liability, State Crit Champs, A Day in the Life of the Tour Divide, Advice from 5 Women Bike Tourers, Results, Commuter Column, Mechanics Corner, Calendar and More!
By Adam Lisonbee There are those unforgettable moments in life when idealistic imaginings collide with reality and experience to create iconic and lasting, even transcendent days. For me, those days come in the form of airy, creamy powder in the winter, and flowy, extraordinary singletrack in the summer. And living along the Wasatch Front provides […]
Review by Tyler Servoss Achtune: Do you listen to head phones when you ride? Ryan Dallon the creator of the Achtune system was tired of hearing stories about cyclists being hit by cars, including his own personal experiences, being injured in vehicle related crashes twice in the last few years. By now we have all […]
Why be involved? Every cyclist who rides in Utah has had an experience or comes to appreciate the need to improve facilities, laws, and policies that impact human powered locomotion. As members of the Utah Bicycle Coalition have worked with legislators on various initiatives, one question frequently comes up: How many cyclists do you represent? […]