Free Ride and Celebration on June 2 to Celebrate Completion of Over 100 Miles of Continuous Paved Trail from Provo to Roy June 1, 2018 – The Golden Spoke Ride will be held on June 2, 2018 in celebration of the opening of the new Jordan River Parkway bridge at 200 S in Salt Lake […]
Editorial by Dave Iltis Originally Published 1-22-2014 As cyclists, we have a lot to lose by breathing dirty air. All the heavy breathing and oxygen processing we need to do to keep going means that we filter larger amounts of toxins than sedentary people. The more toxins in the air, the harder it is to […]
The Unita-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Resource Advisory Committee unanimously approved and sent to the forest supervisor a plan to build a steel bicycling and pedestrian Upper Falls Bridge and Connector Trail to the Provo River Parkway.
By Wayne Cottrell The Utah Lake to Squaw Peak Challenge is a 31.3-mile, out-and-back ride that starts and finishes at Utah Lake State Park in Provo. The ride makes liberal use of the Provo River Parkway for the opening 10.7 miles, and then veers onto U.S. Highway 189, and then Squaw Peak Road for the […]
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 […]
Bikes are in the air and on the road and dirt! It’s Utah Bike Month!! And, it’s time to celebrate the bike. May has been designated as National Bike Month since 1956, and the third Friday of May is National Bike to Work Day. This year, there are over 45 events happening in Utah.
Douglas Crow had a love for riding bikes – a hobby that would not only be omnipresent throughout his life, but also in the last moments before his death. Crow – a resident of Provo, Utah – would often take a bike on family vacations to explore places on quiet morning rides, said his son Nick Crow.
By Charles Pekow Provo Utah officially gained a new Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC). And Idaho retained two previous ones, with one moving up a notch from bronze to silver. The announcements came in October in the biannual BFC awards given by the League of American Bicyclists. The League takes applications from communities around the country […]
By Charles Pekow Boise State University just passed its first exam in Cycling 101. It became one of the first officially designated bicycle friendly universities in the country. The school was awarded a bronze metal from the League of American Bicyclists. It joined the first group of 20 such institutes of higher education to be […]