Dear Salt Lake County Cyclists, You are all aware of the conflicts in our Salt Lake County canyons (Emigration, Big Cottonwood, Little Cottonwood, Mill Creek) as motorists and people riding vie for the same limited road space. The canyon roadways are often too narrow to provide an accommodating shoulder in which people can ride safely […]
With spring weather comes more ridership and an unfortunate and unwanted partner — theft. The old adage that you don’t know what you have until it’s gone holds just as true once your beloved means of transportation makes a disappearing act. While theft cannot always be prevented, you can improve your odds of not only keeping your bike, but also recovering it if the sticky fingers in your neighborhood happen to get lucky.
Our April 2012 Issue is now available as a PDF (8.5 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite Intermountain bike shop or other location!
Advocates for bicycling and walking have done more than try to give a red light to congressional efforts to cut off their federal funding. They have been reporting on the extent to which people are actually using the available infrastructure – crucial data in evaluating these efforts.
June 2011 – Last month, while celebrating May is National Bike Month, the Bicycle Collective’s SLC Community Bike Shop was attacked by a car.