Southwestern Utah mountain bike trail enthusiasts will hold a summit involving regional advocacy experts and governmental officials. From March 28th through 30th the First Annual Dixie Trails and Advocacy Summit will meet to learn how to go from Planning to Action to grow mountain biking opportunities in Southern Utah. Summit meeting topics include: -BLM trails […]
Over the years the Frozen Hog has seen conditions ranging from epic mud to icy hard pack. At it’s worst the race can be a slushy contest of bike pushing. This year the Snow Gods favored racers with 18 inches of snow four days prior to the race.
Cedar City, Utah (FEB. 4, 2013) Multisports.com and Leadville Race Series are proud to announce that the Fire Road Cedar City will serve as a qualifying event for the iconic Leadville Trail 100 MTB in 2013. The latest in the Leadville Trail 100 MTB qualifiers takes place on Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 8:00am. […]
By Mark Deterline Good coaching is always beneficial, though arguably unessential I’ve always respected the science that sophisticated coaching brings to the table. Depending on your goals and whether or not you feel the need for motivation as well as direction, working with a coach represents a helpful option for recreational and competitive cyclists alike. […]
The Park City Point to Point, a classic Utah endurance mountain bike race, will open registration on February 15th at 7 pm sharp, MST. Last year’s event sold out in 3 minutes 40 seconds. Racers are encouraged to update their athlete profiles and syncronize their watches on the online registration site before hand to […]
January 7, 2013 – Salt Lake City – The one-of-a-kind “Crusher in the Tushar” – the road/dirt bicycle race through Utah’s Tushar mountain range – promises to be as challenging and unusual as it has been in its first two editions, race organizer Burke Swindlehurst said as field size and depth increases for 2013. […]
In the beginning there was one mountain bike wheel size, 26 inch. In the late 1990’s the 29 inch wheel was introduced. It promised to be faster, smoother, more efficient. One thing it did do is start a debate about what is the best wheel size for the mountain bike.
The Trailside Park Bike Park is located in Park City, and will encompass nearly 22 acres when finished. Free and open to the public, the new bike park was partially funded from the Restaurant Arts and Park Tax, with the remainder funded from the Snyderville Basin Recreation District’s Capital Improvements budget.