Cycling Utah’s September 2012 Issue is Now Available!

Levi Leipheimer winning stage 6 of the 2012 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah in Park City. Photo: Cathy Fegan-Kim, cottonsoxphotography.net

Cycling Utah's September 2012 Issue is now available as a PDF (7 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!

 

Contents

Still a Champion? –  page – 2

Tschopp Wins 2012 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah; Leipheimer Takes Final Stage –  page – 3

Tour of Utah 2012 – A View from the Rear –  page – 4

Fall Cross-Training Keeps You Sharp and Builds Strength –  page – 5

From Newbie Bike Commuter to Race Across America Participant: Dina Hannah’s Evolution in Cycling –  page – 6

Support Your Bones. They Support You! –  page – 10

‘Tis a Season of Culmination and Transition –  page – 11

Fall is the Best Time for Cycling, and Goatheads –  page – 11

33 days, 14 hours and 4 minutes. Racing the Tour Divide…On a Fixed Gear Mountain Bike –  page – 12

Tour of Utah – Continued from page 3 –  page – 14

Photo Gallery – Just a Few of Our Favorite Shots! –  page – 16

See more at cyclingutah.com/category/tour-of-utah/tour-of-utah-2012/ –  page – 16

Tour of Utah – Continued from page 15 –  page – 18

Photo Gallery – Just a Few of Our Favorite Shots! –  page – 20

See more at cyclingutah.com/category/tour-of-utah/tour-of-utah-2012/ –  page – 20

Tour of Utah – Continued from page 19 –  page – 22

Bond to Fund Jordan River Parkway and PRATT Trail to be on November’s Ballot –  page – 22

Tour of Utah to Return in 2012; Potential Expansion to Southern Utah Considered –  page – 22

Park City Fall Trail Report  page – 23

Summer is Gone but Cyclocross is Here! –  page – 23

Grant Wins 4th Straight Park City Point to Point; Carey Tops Women’s Field –  page – 24

Velo-City Global 2012 Vancouver — International Cycling Conference – Part One – Biking in Vancouver –  page – 25

New Cycling Studio Opens in Salt Lake –  page – 25

Everything I Really Need To Know I Learned In…A  Brooks Saddle –  page – 30

Try Wide, You Won’t Go Back –  page – 31

HeART of Idaho Ride Raises $20,000 page – 32

SUBA Works With UDOT to Address Rumble Strip Issue in St. George –  page – 32

Plastic Bag Tax Pays for Street Sweeper page – 32

Performance Bicycle awards Bike Utah with a Better Bicycling Community Grant of $3,000 page – 32

Powder Mountain Challenge –  page – 33

Cyclist Hit and Killed in Taylorsville page – 33

Biking through California Gold Country –  page – 34

 

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