By Trevor Simper With views that would make the Alps jealous, and miles of bermed, wooded single track, Sundance is one of the premier venues of the Intermountain Cup Mountain Bike Race Series. For these reasons 19 pro men, ten pro women and a host of other locals numbering in the hundreds came out to […]
By Dave Iltis On April 28, Salt Lake City was awarded Silver status by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB), a leading bike advocacy organization, in their spring 2010 Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) awards. Sixteen new and five renewing cities were named Bicycle Friendly Communities. Salt Lake City along with Flagstaff, Arizona, were the only […]
By Sarah Bennett The announcement of the Wasatch Wilderness and Watershed Protection Act being proposed by Representative Jim Matheson earlier this month has given many Salt Lake area mountain bikers pause in recent weeks. Losing sections of the Wasatch Crest Trail, or other well-loved trails in the central Wasatch Mountains due to resource protection measures […]
Innovator and Cycling Industry Legend Phil Wood Passes By Greg Overton Phil. One word mentioned in a conversation regarding bicycle bottom brackets or hubs is all that’s required to more or less finish the conversation. Phil Wood introduced the first sealed bearing bicycle hub in 1971, and a legendary company was born. The quality and […]
Cycling Utah’s April 2010 Issue is now available as a PDF (6.6 mb download) – Annual Club Guide, Desert Rampage, Utah Bike Summit Preview, dznuts Review, Tubeless Systems, Tour del Sol, Chase Pinkham and Alisha Welsh profiles, Frozen Hog, Bike Friendly SLC Businesses, Phil Wood Profile, My Way to Zion Tour, Results, Commuter Column, Mechanics […]
Cycling Utah’s August 2006 Issue is now available as a PDF. – features Deer Valley NORBA Nationals, Commuter Column, Parley’s Canyon Bike Route and more.
Cycling Utah’s July 2006 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.1 mb download)). Tour de France Feminin recollections, Burke Swindlehurst interview, Spiro Trail, and more!