Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Winter 2019-2020 Issue is Now Available!

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Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Winter 2019-2020 Issue is now available as a free download (16 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 Winter 2019-2020 Cover Photo:
Cycling Utah founder David Ward near Lee’s Ferry, Arizona in the midst of a bike tour.
Photo by Karma Ward

Contents

Smarter, Faster! Improving Mountain Biking Speed through Improving Skills –  page – 3

Tips for Winter Bike Commuting –  page – 4

Planning a Year of Racing and Training –  page – 6

Film Review – Any One of Us: Paul Basagoitia’s Recovery from SCI –  page – 9

Road Project May Impact Mountain Bike Area in St. George page – 9

Iceland’s Rift Gravel Race Report page – 9

Cycling on a Plant-Based Vegan Diet –  page – 10

Kryptonite Evolution Series 4 1090 and 1055 Integrated Chain Lock Review –  page – 12

Greg LeMond Nominated for Congressional Gold Medal page – 12

Salt Lake City’s GREENbike Service Area Expands by 300% –  page – 13

A Journey of Discovery: A Bike Tour to Mesa, Arizona –  page – 16

A Cyclist’s Winter Reading List –  page – 18

Study: Why Don’t Women Cycle? page – 19

The Santa Fe Mountain Fest – A Southwest Road Trip –  page – 20

Travels with Marty – A Tour of the Climbs of the Pyrenees –  page – 22

The First Day of Winter –  page – 24

Connected Bicycles Could Increase Bike Commuting page – 24

The Drift Fat Bike Race to be held in Pinedale, Wyoming March 13-15, 2020 –  page – 25

The Boss –  page – 25

The Current State of National Bike Advocacy –  page – 32

Bike Friendly Land and Water Conservation Fund on Path to Reauthorization page – 34

Can Conflicts Between Bikes and Buses Be Minimized? page – 34

BUILD Grants to Help Bicycle Infrastructure page – 34

More Funding For Cycling Could Tranform America –  page – 34

Bike Lane – The Bicycle Art of Steve Stauffer –  page – 35

Jonathan Vaughters and Phil Gaimon Offer a Revealing Look Inside Clean Pro Cycling –  page – 36

Counting MACROS: Tips on How to Properly Distribute Your Calories for Performance –  page – 38

San Francisco Bay Area’s Marin Headlands Excursion –    page – 39

A 22.7 Mile Jaunt Along the Coast –  page – 39

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