Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Spring 2022 Issue is Now Available!

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Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine's Spring 2022 Issue is now available as a free download (13 MB download). Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Northern California bike shop or other location.

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Cycling West Spring 2022 Issue Cover Art: “Solo” oil on canvas (handmade frame by Jenni Klunk) trentonhigley.com for more information. 36×36.
Painting by Trenton Higley
On display at Contender Bicycles in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Contents

  • Women Still Under-represented in the Bike Industry — page 2
  • Cities Beginning to Realize Safe Streets Are Important — page 2
  • Cyclists Are Entitled — page 3
  • Cycling May Help Vets With Disabilities Recover — page 4
  • Bike-Specific Traffic Signals Coming Soon? — page 4
  • Drivers More Likely to Obey Traffic Laws When Enforced — page 4
  • Safer Interstate Crossings in Utah? — page 4
  • Ten on Zen — page 5
  • It’s Always Been About the Bike – WashCo Bikes Gives Bicycles to Those in Need — page 6
  • An Interview with Sarah Kaufmann — page 7
  • Electronic Shifting: Do I Need It? — page 8
  • Scooter Riders & Bike Lanes — page 8
  • Ebike Crashes Cause More Serious Injuries — page 8
  • Riding Highway 89 to Benefit Cancer Research — page 9
  • Small Towns Lack e-Bike Infrastructure — page 9
  • East Bay’s Three Bears and Briones — page 10
  • Study: Who is Seriously Injured in Bike Crashes? — page 10
  • On-The-Go Nutrition: Plan Ahead when Traveling to Events — page 11
  • Less Zoom, More Pedaling — page 12
  • 5 Reasons You Need Metabolic Testing — page 14
  • Book Review: The Midlife Cyclist Examines Training Methods for Older Riders — page 15
  • Minority Cyclists Get More Traffic Tickets — page 15
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