Cycling Utah’s June 2012 Issue is Now Available!

Cover: Carston Oliver flies high above the Avenues at the I-Street Jumps. See related story on page 25. Photo: Dave Iltis

Our June 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

Helmet Heads –  page – 2

How Alice Telford Helped Launch the Women’s Cycling Movement in Utah –  page – 3

The Art Of Getting Back Up –  page – 4

Bicycle Collective News page – 4

Geigerrig Hydration Pack is Making Waves –  page – 5

Kamas: Could this be a Great Place to Bike Commute? Kerry Lambert Thinks it is –  page – 6

WFRC Forms Active Transportation Committee page – 7

My Green Campaign –  page – 8

You Can’t Ride a Bike to Alaska – It’s an Island –  page – 8

Utah’s First Endurance OptygenHP Review –  page – 9

Cycling for Pleasure –  page – 9

Utah Soars, Idaho Dives in Bike Friendly States Rankings; Park City Wins Silver Community Award –  page – 11

Recap of the 2012 Utah Bike Summit –  page – 13

Silence Those Disc Brakes –  page – 15

Utah’s Saturday Cycles Wins Silver Bicycle Friendly Business Award; Boise’s Ada County Highway District and Idaho Mountain Touring Also Take Silver –  page – 16

Why We Ride –  page – 18

Park City Named Gold Level Ride Center –  page – 19

Evelyn Stevens Takes New Exergy Tour in Boise; Event Draws Top Women from Around the World –  page – 20

Utahns Excel at Ironman St. George –  page – 22

Cortlan Brown Wins Collegiate National Road Race on Homestate Turf –  page – 23

Public Process Taking Place on the Future of the I-Street Jumps page – 25

Spring Prep: Mother Nature’s Not Always our Friend –  page – 31

Sports Nutrition News You Can Use –  page – 32

Road Respect Car/Bike Safety Campaign Announces 2012 Tour Route and Event Locations page – 32

MTB Nationals and Ride Sun Valley Festival Return to Sun Valley page – 32

Bicycle Barnstorming Tour to Take Place in June page – 32

It’s Never Too Late – or Too Early – to be a Rock Star –  page – 33

The Road to Recovery from Trauma and Cancer: Dean Lang’s Journey Back to His Bike –  page – 34

Navajo Lake Loop Trail –  page – 36

Big Cottonwood Canyon Challenge –  page – 37

The Bicycle Adventure Club: Bike Touring Made Simple –  page – 38

 

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