By Phil Sarnoff The 2015 League of American Bicyclists’ state rankings were released in May and Utah moved into the top five overall and into the number two slot in the west (see our June 2015 issue for the full story). Much of the ranking is based on five emphasis areas: Legislation and enforcement; Policies […]
By Ashley Patterson David Everitt pulls off what so many people can’t seem to do. As the Chief of Staff for Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, he has a high powered job that requires the wearing of a suit, and has a huge number of meetings each day, yet he somehow manages to ride […]
By Jamie Morningstar Kylan Lundeen is a thirty-something Provo resident, head of marketing at Qualtrics, husband, father of three, and committed cycle commuter. C.U.: Kylan, tell us a little about your start in cycling K.L.: I first started riding bikes about six years ago when my brother-in-law invited me to participate in a community triathlon […]
By Katy Andrews “Hi Kates, it’s Dad. I found a great deal on a RockShox. It’s not quite the right size, but I think I can make it work. Give me a call back when you get this message. OK, love ya hun. Bye.” Beep! ‘You have no more messages.’ *** For as long as […]
I’ve got a really cool family, IMHO. We are Mormons and do the meeting gig every Sunday, but found our strongest tangible bonding in cycling.