By Dave Iltis
This year, there are a few new shops opening in the state. Greg Steele, long time rider in Salt Lake Valley and past contributor to Cycling Utah, has opened Beehive Bicycles in the 15th and 15th neighborhood in Salt Lake City. Beehive is on the web at beehivebicycles.com.
Performance Bicycle, a national company, is opening a new store in Salt Lake City on 2100 S. and 300 W. in April. Performance is on the web at performancebike.com.
Ian Shockley of Bike Fix Utah, is opening a new store in Washington, Utah. Bike Fix is on the web at bikefixutah.com The Bountiful location will reopen under new ownership as Top Gear.
Dharma Wheels Cyclery is opening an new location in Santa Clara. Find out more at dharmawheelscyclery.com
Staats Bikes of Sandy is now Salt Cycles. Find out more at saltcycles.com. Downhill Cyclery of Payson is now Wild Child Cycles.
Revolution Bicycles of Sandy, 19 Sports of Park City, and Mt. Logan Cyclery of Logan are moving to new digs.
Velo City Bags, a manufacturer of messenger bags and backpacks, has opened a new retail location at 366 S. 500 E., Salt 84111
BC Adventure Bikes of Boulder City, Nevada has closed their doors, as has Canyon Sports in Riverdale and Ft. Union and Blayn’s Performance Cycling of Orem.
Find information on most of the shops above in our Bicycle Shop Directory on page 8.