Cycling Utah’s July 2012 Issue is Now Available!

Two riders crest Faust Summit in the Tour de Cure on June 9, 2012 in Brigham City, Utah. The Tour raised $500,000 for diabetes research this year. Photo: Robert Spendlove. Find more photos at Zazoosh.com

Cycling Utah's July 2012 Issue is now available as a PDF (9 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!

 

Contents

Slaying the Badger is a Masterpiece –  page – 2

Bikeshare Coming to Salt Lake City in 2013 –  page – 3

Building Bicycle Valhalla –  page – 4

Rio Ridge Pocket Pack –  page – 5

Pit Stop Stations: Taking Cycling Advocacy to the Streets page – 5

Heidi Goedhart Doesn’t Sacrifice Her Sense of Style For Her Mobility –  page – 6

You Can Lead a Cyclist to Water, But What, When, and How Much Should He/She Drink? –  page – 7

Utah and Idaho Spend Larger Share than Average on Bike/Ped Projects –  page – 9

Study Looks at Connectivity for Cyclists page – 9

Will Cycling Become Part of Everyday Life in the United States? –  page – 11

DMBTA News page – 11

Route Announced for 2012 Tour of Utah – Race Lengthened to 545 Miles; Climbing Increases to 37500 Feet –  page – 12

Brendon Davids and Kathy Sherwin Win at Round Valley –  page – 13

5 Steps to Progress After A ‘Face-Plant’ Race Performance –  page – 14

Pinkham and Hill Capture Bikes for Kids Salt Lake Valley Stage Race –  page – 16

Why I Don’t Wear a Helmet –  page – 18

New Rumble Strips Threaten Cyclists’ Safety on Southern Utah’s Most Popular Route –  page – 19

Rudy Project Windmax Helmet –  page – 20

Girls That Race Boys On Tuesdays  –  page – 21

Grand Canyon’s Rainbow Rim Trail is Worth the Trip –  page – 28

Bear Lake Cruise –  page – 29

Overnight Bike Tours from Salt Lake City –  page – 30


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