Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Early Summer – June 2019 Issue is Now Available!

Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Early Summer – June 2019 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, and N. California bike shop or other location! downloadbutton

 
Cycling West Early Summer 2019 Cover Photo: The Sugarhouse Criterium is a mainstay for road racing in Utah. This year’s event saw over 400 racers. Here, the category 3 field dives into a corner. Photo by Dave Iltis
Cycling West Early Summer 2019 Cover Photo: The Sugarhouse Criterium is a mainstay for road racing in Utah. This year’s event saw over 400 racers. Here, the category 3 field dives into a corner. Photo by Dave Iltis

Contents

Team Jarem: Honoring a Friend, Making History at the Huntsman 140 –  page – 3

When Commuting Goes Wrong: Concussion Confessions –  page – 4

Great American Rail-Trail Planned for Cross Country Cycling    page – 6

Why are Some Drivers so Reluctant to Share the Road? –  page – 8

Summer Safe Riding Tips –  page – 9

Be a Defensive Rider this Summer! page – 9

AASHTO to Update Bikeway Design Guide –  page – 10

Sen. Lee Reintroduces Bill to Allow Bikes in Wilderness page – 10

Montana Trails to see New Trail Grants page – 10

Every Kid Outdoors Act Helps 4th Graders and their Families Bike in National Parks –  page – 11

Congressional Act Officially Establishes McCoy Flats Trail System page – 11

El Doce Mountain Bike Race Brings 6 and 12 Hour Racing in July to Powder Mountain –  page – 12

Road Racing Lessons to Remember –  page – 16

Nalder and Bender Strike Gold in Wild Horse –  page – 17

Shifting Business – The Front Derailleur –  page – 18

Park City Bike Demos Unique Business Model Expands Under New Ownership –  page – 19

Amgen Tour of California 2019 Women’s Race Photo Gallery –  page – 20

Van der Breggen Wins Women’s Amgen Tour of California page – 20

Electric Bikes Can Boost Older People’s Mental Performance and Their Well-Being –  page – 22

Review: The Campagnolo Cavatappi (the BIG Corkscrew) –  page – 22

Quinn and Perry Win Cactus Hugger Intermountain Cup –  page – 23

Staying Well: an Important Job for Athletes –  page – 23

The Bicycle Art of Anna Day –  page – 24

Lowrider Bicycle Culture –  page – 25

Roundabouts and Cycling – How Safe are They? –  page – 33

Study Looks at How to Encourage Women to Cycle    page – 33

Biking to Transit: First Mile, Last Mile? page – 33

Wildflower Outdoor Brings Two Women’s Cycling Events to Utah –  page – 34

Volunteers Needed for 2019 Tour of Utah page – 34

Wasatch Bike Plan Seeks Bike Plans for All Municipalities –  page – 35

My Eyes Explode Open –  page – 36

The DinoTri to be Held June 29, 2019 in Vernal, Utah –  page – 38

New Bill in Congress: Local Communities Might Get More TAP Bike Funding at the Expense of States page – 38

West of Roy Roads Ride –  page – 39

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