By Jared Eborn SALT LAKE CITY – These are Jeff Louder’s roads. This is Jeff Louder’s home. And this is, as much as any rider in the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah peloton, Jeff Louder’s race. Though the Salt Lake City native and resident may not be the designated favorite for […]
Gallery by Steven Sheffield: Another photo gallery by Dave Richards By Jared Eborn OGDEN – The only thing hotter than the temperatures for Stage One of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah might have been the action on the roads. With the thermometer slipping past the 100-degree mark by the time […]
Raleigh-Clement Cycling sponsored a mid-summer cyclocross race at Deer Valley on July 24 in conjunction with the DealerCamp bicycle trade show, Duke booked a flight to Utah and lined up in a very competitive field.
“Our goal is to make this a marquis event for amateur and pro road racers in the Intermountain area- this year we attracted racers from Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Idaho and California,” Kim said. “We would love to increase the numbers from out of state while maintaining a good representation from the Utah Cycling Association.
A new bike share program is set to launch, providing bikes which downtown Salt Lake City workers, residents and visitors can use to navigate the city’s streets on two wheels – and make the city a healthier, cleaner, less congested place in the process.
Racing for a national championship is typically the stuff you only dream about. Racing for a national championship in your back yard, though, is almost too much to pass up. And for Cortlan Brown, a student at Salt Lake Community College, it was an opportunity he simply had to take advantage of – capturing the USA Cycling Collegiate Division II Championship on May 7.