If you ride in Utah, Idaho, Montana or Wyoming, you can find some new trails and access in the next few years. The federal government has approved projects and a soon as next fall, some may be ready for riding.
My list has five basic categories: camping gear, clothing, food, tools and personal items. Please know that I’ve never taken everything on the list, but most of what’s there goes with me on every tour.
Cyclists and other outdoor athletes breathe more air on a daily basis than the average Utah citizen, and thus riders exercising outside in Utah’s metropolitan areas face a unique and increased risk of air-pollution induced health problems.
Logan, UT named a Silver Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists November 30, 2017 – Press Release – Logan, Utah – With over 15 miles of trails, 5 miles of bike lanes, and a bike park and bike share system on the way, and much more, Logan is recognized as one of […]
Editorial: Salt Lake City Needs a Sustainable, Progressive, Safe, People-First Transportation Policy
Salt Lake City needs to completely rethink transportation. Cycling Utah presents a vision for a new transportation policy for Salt Lake City (see below for details) October 6, 2017 • Editorial by Dave Iltis, editor, cyclingutah.com, cyclingwest.com Salt Lake City has been the leader in transportation in Utah with progressive bicycle and pedestrian programs such […]
The 2015 or 10th anniversary of Red Bull Rampage was supposed to be a breakthrough year for one Utah local, Jeremy Hottinger.
Bike theft is on the rise in Salt Lake and its environs. The downturn of the national economy and increase in population of the Wasatch Front means this will only become a more common issue in Utah.