Cycling Utah’s August 2012 Issue is Now Available!

Cover: Jake Stocking leads the Pro Men's field in the Big Cottonwood Hillclimb on July 7, 2012. Race winner Tyler Wren is in red on the left. Photo: Dave Iltis. More photos will be posted on cyclingutah.com See results and story in this issue.

Cycling Utah's August 2012 Issue is now available as a PDF (12 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!

 

Contents

Le Tour and More –  page – 2

Tour of Utah Spectator Guide – Get Ready to Watch from August 7-12, 2012 –  page – 3

Road Respect: Helping Cars & Bikes Get Along on Utah’s Roads –  page – 4

Bar Fly is a Great Alternative for Mounting a Garmin Computer –  page – 5

The Bicycle Collective Needs Your Help page – 5

Scott Sterzer: Family Man and Central Valley Commuter –  page – 6

Difficult and Dangerous Decisions to Pursue a Cycling Career –  page – 8

Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance Kicks-off with a Bicycle Mini-Summit in September page – 8

Park City Mid-Summer Trail Report  page – 8

Levi, Dave Zabriskie, Tyler Farrar, Chris Horner, Jens Voigt Among Top Riders to Race 2012 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah –  page – 9

Trebon and Duke Win Raleigh Midsummer’s Cross Race at Deer Valley –  page – 12

Am I A Swimmer, A Cyclist, A Runner, Or A Triathlete? –  page – 12

New Transportation Bill Means Changes for Bike Funding and Bike Advocates –  page – 13

Is Chocolate Milk Really the Best Nutritional Choice for Recovery? –  page – 14

Tour of Utah Spectator Guide – Continued from page 3 –  page – 16

Bradford and Moncorge win Inaugural 2012 Bell Wasatch Enduro at Canyons Resort –  page – 20

Deer Valley Hosts Dealer Camp Industry Trade Show  –  page – 21

Crusher in the Tushar Answers All Questions –  page – 22

Bike Fit: Proper Biomechanics for Performance & Comfort –  page – 23

Why I Wear a Helmet –  page – 29

My Helmet Saved Me page – 29

Sometimes a Bike is Much More Than a Bike –  page – 30

Perry and Wren Tops in Porcupine Hill Climb –  page – 30

Use a Gear Chart to Customize Your Gears and Shifting Pattern –  page – 31

Road to Valor is Perhaps the Greatest Cycling Story Ever –  page – 32

Tintic Mountains Classic –  page – 33

Adventure Cycling In the Wild West –  page – 34

 


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