Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Late Summer 2018 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling Utah and Cycling West Magazine's Late Summer 2018 Issue is now available as a free download (8 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, W. Colorado, N. Arizona bike shop or other location! downloadbutton

Cycling West Late Summer 2018 Cover Photo:  Lauren De Crescenzo (DNA Cycling) leads a group of riders at the base of the Col de Crush. She went on to win the women’s elite race by almost 10 minutes.  Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, see more at cottonsoxphotography.net
Cycling West Late Summer 2018 Cover Photo: Lauren De Crescenzo (DNA Cycling) leads a group of riders at the base of the Col de Crush. She went on to win the women’s elite race by almost 10 minutes.
Photo by Cathy Fegan-Kim, see more at cottonsoxphotography.net

 

Contents

A Guide to the World Human Powered Speed Challenge –  page – 3

When Riding You Bike Isn’t Enough: How To Build Bike Culture, Infrastructure and A Future Full of Spokesongs –  page – 4

Reflections on Le Tour –  page – 6

More Carshare Leads to Less Biking and Walking page – 6

What To Love About Cyclocross –  page – 8

Ain’t No Mountain High Ride will Tackle All 5 of the Salt Lake Valley Canyons –  page – 8

19th Annual World Human Powered Speed Challenge (WHPSC) to be held in Battle Mountain, Nevada from September 10-15, 2018 page – 11

‘The Grit’ – The Bicycle Art of Manny Carrasco –  page – 12

2018 Red Bull Rampage Set for October 26 page – 13

Eat Your Greens! Spirulina is a Real Food Supplement –  page – 16

It’s Time to Cross Over! –  page – 16

Bike Utah Closes Out an Outstanding Mid Week MTB Racing Season page – 16

Pedal the Plains is a 3 Day Bike Celebration in Central Colorado –  page – 18

De Crescenzo Returns To Racing With Crusher In The Tushar Women’s Title, While 21-Year-Old Calton Impresses In Men’s Win –  page – 20

Standish and Gomez-Villafane Take the Battle at North Fork –  page – 22

How to Make Cycling Difficult –  page – 23

How Well Do You Know Utah’s Cycling Laws? –  page – 23

Does Bikeshare Serve All Communities? –  page – 30

The Spokes of Our Local Economic Wheel Connect Our Neighborhood or Why You Should Support Your Local Bike Shop –  page – 31

Feats of an Avid Cyclist: Frank Lenz’s 1893 Ride Through Yellowstone –  page – 32

 

First Taste of Freedom Highlights the History of Bicycle Marketing –  page – 37

Mountains to the Desert Ride Sports Great Views, Awesome Course –  page – 38

Marsh Valley Cruise Highlights Southeastern Idaho –  page – 39

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