Bikeshare Coming to Salt Lake City in 2013

Bikeshare Coming to Salt Lake City in 2013

A new bike share program is set to launch, providing bikes which downtown Salt Lake City workers, residents and visitors can use to navigate the city’s streets on two wheels – and make the city a healthier, cleaner, less congested place in the process.…

Clarke, McGrath Triumph in Boise

Clarke, McGrath Triumph in Boise

The 2012 Exergy Twilight Criterium was held this past Saturday night, and despite the wet weather, Hilton Clarke (UnitedHealthcare) took his second win at the Boise event, while Kristin McGrath (Exergy TWENTY12) secured a surprise victory in the women's race.…

Public Process Taking Place on the Future of the I-Street Jumps

The I-Street Jumps is a user built unofficial bike terrain park in the upper Avenues of Salt Lake City adjacent to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. The jumps have been constructed over approximately the last 17 years on the outskirts of Morris Meadows on land owned by the Salt Lake City Watershed District.…

Cortlan Brown Wins Collegiate National Road Race

Cortlan Brown Wins Collegiate National Road Race

Racing for a national championship is typically the stuff you only dream about. Racing for a national championship in your back yard, though, is almost too much to pass up. And for Cortlan Brown, a student at Salt Lake Community College, it was an opportunity he simply had to take advantage of – capturing the USA Cycling Collegiate Division II Championship on May 7.…

Park City Named Gold Level Ride Center

Park City Named Gold Level Ride Center

The International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) announced this spring that it has designated Park City, Utah as the first Gold Ride Center. Park City also just received a Silver Level Bike Friendly Community award from the League of American Bicyclists.…

Utah’s Saturday Cycles Wins 2012 Silver Bicycle Friendly Business Award; Boise’s Ada County Highway District and Idaho Mountain Touring Also Take Silver

The folks in the Boise area sure know how to get credit for improving bicycling conditions in their community. They are winning incredible recognition from the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) Bicycle Friendly America programs. Not only was Boise State University not satisfied with its bronze medal won last year (the fourth highest ranking) that it reapplied and moved a notch above and won silver ranking this year (see May 2012 issue) but two other employers in the area won Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) awards in the spring announcement.…

Tour de France Viewing Parties on July 18

The Tour of Utah is hosting 3 viewing parties for stage 16 of the Tour de France in Salt Lake City, Lehi, and Ogden on July 18 from 6:30 am to 9:30 am. Stage 16 promises to be one of the best of this year's Tour.…

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