New locations at affordable housing, Liberty Park, Church Conference Center and more! SALT LAKE CITY (Dec. 18, 2019) — As of today, GREENbike, Salt Lake City’s non-profit share, has expanded its system to more than 600 bikes at 47 stations, with 13 new locations and over 200 bikes added in 2019 alone. This year’s nearly […]
BOISE, Idaho (December 10, 2019) — Today, Boise GreenBike delivered 25 donated red bikes to the Interfaith Sanctuary to create a bike library for guests of the homeless shelter. The bikes are nearly identical to the signature green-colored bike-share bikes that have served Boise for almost five years. The only difference is that the red […]
Do you like beer and bikes? Spoke Sessions will take place on Saturday May 20, 2017. This new event is a celebration of National Bike Month and of American Craft Beer Week. It will showcase beer from several local brewers including Red Rock, Bohemian, Epic, Proper, RoHa Brewing, Moab Brewery, Shades of Pale, Garwood’s Ginger […]
March 27, 2017 – Check out this video of local ripper Mitch Ropelato on the streets of Salt Lake City, Utah. Film by burst-media.com
The sport of hardcourt bicycle polo can be a daunting world from an outsider’s view. A typical game with seasoned players can be fast paced and intense ..
Salt Lake City Bike Party Preview and Photo Gallery 2013 Bike Party Photo Gallery July 6, 2015 – The Salt Lake City Bike Party is a rolling party on bikes. The next event happens on July 10, 2015. We asked the Bike Party crew about the event. Cycling Utah: What is the Salt Lake City […]
On May 21, 2014, thirteen or so riders rolled out of the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City for the annual Ride of Silence.
Kjarsten Christensen was riding with Brynn on June 7th, 2011 when she was killed. He writes below for the first time on the crash that took his friend’s life.
By Esther Meroño Urban bike culture in Salt Lake City is dwindling. I can see the climate’s changed from the peripheral eye that peers over the digital echoes of community. The focus is on commuting and initiatives, on riding long and hard up canyons in the name of self-improvement and taking Sunday rides with groups […]
On a recent trip to Belgium, I was captivated by the enormity of the cycling culture. Every day, in any type of weather, cyclists can be seen riding around town.