Utahns to ride in Tour of Utah

For the growing number of professional cyclists calling the state of Utah home, the upcoming Tour of Utah isn’t just another bike race – it’s their bike race.…

Sharing our Urban Canyons

Many modes of transportation are frequently used in these canyons. In addition to cyclists other users include: drivers in motor vehicles, runners, equestrians, hikers, motorcyclists, those just on a scenic drive, dogs and the occasional moose. In order for each user group to be safe, we must all respect each other’s right to use the roadway corridor in a safe and thoughtful mann…

Brynn Barton, 24, Struck and Killed By Hit and Run Driver

Brynn Barton, 24, Struck and Killed By Hit and Run Driver

On June 7, 2011, twenty four year old Brynn Barton was struck and killed on 700 E at around 750 S. by a hit and run driver. According to Salt Lake City police, it appears as though she was not on her bike when she was hit, and was possibly on the roadway already.…

Tour de Cure Raises $483,000

At Tour de Cure on June 11, 2001, we saw the power of the human spirit as Michael Downey conquered the 100 mile route in an astonishing 4:42.07. We shared our stories and forged new friendships like Brett Kassing our Chair of the Organizing committee who’s commitment to improve the lives of 177,000 Utahns living with diabetes.…

2011 High Uintas Classic a Success

2011 High Uintas Classic a Success

The 23rd Annual Cook-Sanders, Associates, and the Spence Law Firm High Uintas Classic Stage Race drew over 200 cyclists to the small town of Evanston in southwest Wyoming over the weekend of June 18-19. The High Uintas Stage race was a bit different this year, than years past. Due to record snowfall in the recent winter, the race’s usual course through Bald Mountain Pass was still closed when the June 18 road race took place.…