An Argument for Less

An Argument for Less

I used to hate to ride Prospector to Church Rocks. I found nothing interesting about the trail. It was slow, sluggish and made me tired without giving anything back. I would pedal to the top of one of the hills only to slowly coast back down. And then repeat. I avoided the trail almost as much as I now avoid Paradise Canyon. It was boring.…

19th Annual Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride To Be Held on July 6, 2012

Antelope Island State Park will be the venue for the 19th Annual Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride to be held on July 6th at 10:00 PM. This popular non-competitive bike ride is open to participants of all ages and starts at the Antelope Island Marina. The half way point is the historic Fielding Garr Ranch where refreshments are served and prizes (including a new bike from The Biker's Edge) are awarded.…

New Additions Highlight the 3rd Annual TVTAP Wydaho Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival – July 27th-29th Teton Valley Idaho

Teton Valley Trails And Pathways (TVTAP) announces the 3rd Annual Wydaho Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival. The event takes place July 27, 28 and 29th at multiple locations throughout the Teton Valley of Idaho and Grand Targhee Resort. Registration is filling up now at TetonBikeFest.org. All net proceeds benefit TVTAP, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.…

Outerbike Has Successful Second Year

Outerbike Has Successful Second Year

In October, Moab was the location for Outerbike, now in its second year. Outerbike is a whole new model for a biking event. Whereas Interbike, the North American bicycle industry retail show is aimed at the insiders of the cycling world. Outerbike provides a chance for the average cyclists to not only preview the line of newest bicycles and components, but to ride them in a beautiful outdoor setting.…

Time to Train Equals Time to Eat (right!)

Do you have goals and results that you’re striving for? This takes a lot of time and effort with planning and training. Your effort in scheduling your day with your workouts should include equal effort into planning your food for the day. What you put in your mouth is just as important as your physical training.…

Trailside Park Bike Park Opens in Park City

Trailside Park Bike Park Opens in Park City

The Trailside Park Bike Park is located in Park City, and will encompass nearly 22 acres when finished. Free and open to the public, the new bike park was partially funded from the Restaurant Arts and Park Tax, with the remainder funded from the Snyderville Basin Recreation District’s Capital Improvements budget.…