Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Late Summer 2019 Issue is Now Available!


Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Late Summer – August 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 Late Summer 2019 Cover Photo: Lisa Hazel rides the Meadow Loop Trail in Durango, Colorado. The trail is in the Horse Gulch and Telegraph Trail System is easily accessible right from town.
Photo by Dave Iltis


Riding Blind –  page – 3

Lindsey Edwards is a Recreational Cyclist Striving to be a Bike Commuter –  page – 4

4th Annual Potato Run (Or, The Ward Boys’ Heritage Ride) –  page – 6

The Story of Team Africa Rising –  page – 10

Bicycle Deaths Spike Sharply in America’s Largest City – What We Can Do to Stay Safe Here at Home. –  page – 12

Federal Government Releases Bikeway Selection Guide page – 12

New Federal Transportation Bill Would Improve Cycling Nationally –  page – 13

Milestones: Eddy Merckx and the Tour de France That Almost Wasn’t –  page – 16

Pedal the Plains 2019 is A 3 Day Road and Gravel Bike Event in Eastern Colorado –  page – 18

Mark Deterline, Former Cycling West Assistant Editor, Passes Away –  page – 19

Salt Lake City Criterium – A Photo Gallery by Dave Richards –  page – 20

Owen and Williams take wins in Salt Lake City Criterium page – 20

Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Where to Watch Spectator Guide –  page – 22

How the Bicycle Customer can Save the Bike Industry, Support Employees, and Save the Planet –  page – 32

Study Shows Looks at Bike Crash Risk at Intersections page – 32

Track Racer – The Bicycle Art of Trenton Higley –  page – 33

Sevier County to Host Second Annual Rooster Ride on August 24, 2019 –  page – 34

Sports Nutrition: What’s the Latest on Carbohydrates? –  page – 35

Federal Funding For Bikeshare is Focus of New Bill page – 35

Evelyn Dong, Alex Grant Win 9th Edition of the Crusher in the Tushar –  page – 36

San Francisco Bay Area’s Carquinez Strait Loop is a 22.9 Mile Ride with 1200’ of Climbing –  page – 38

Book Review: How Far Can Humans Push Themselves? Endure: Mind, Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance Takes a Look –  page – 39

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