The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah organizers announced the host cities for the 2012 event. The six day, UCI 2.1 rated stage race will be held from August 7-12, 2012 and will feature 16 teams, including at least five top pro teams.
The 2012 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships took place near Madison, Wisconsin in January. Nearly 150 of the country’s best 45-80 year-old cyclo-cross bike racers tackled the course at Badger Prairie Park on an unseasonably warm January day in Wisconsin. In the women’s 50-54 competition, the action came late in the race. Kris Walker (Pocatello, Idaho/The Contender Club) built a lead approaching 15 seconds heading into the last of the four-lap affair.
Our Fall Winter 2011 Issue is now available as a PDF (7.8 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!
With cold weather comes warm hearts. Every winter Collective volunteers refurbish and provide hundreds of children’s bicycles to goodwill programs like Sub-for-Santa, Angel Tree, and more to be given as presents during the holiday season. Warm your heart and someone else’s by donating a bike and volunteering your time. There is also the option of […]
By Tyler Wren Leaves changing, back to school, world series, end-of-season break- these are some of the things most people think about when autumn comes around. But not me- even after a long season of traveling and racing my bike on the road, my mind inevitably turns to cyclocross in the fall. One thng to […]
By Ginger Ries Featured Trail: “Rusty Shovel: Fall has arrived and the trails are ablaze with color and teaming with wildlife. If you’re looking to do some leaf-peeping and moose-dodging with a great intermediate mid-elevation run, hike or bike, wander up (or down) an old classic- Crescent Mine Grade. “CMG” offers up some of the […]
By John Higgins I enjoyed Mr Ward’s report on the Ultimate Challenge in the current (September) issue of Cycling Utah, and feel compelled to answer the question posed toward the end. Why aren’t more cyclists doing it? I gave serious consideration to doing the Ultimate Challenge this year, but there was one main reason that […]