Salt Lake Bicycle Collective News

Springtime brings bikes and partnerships, and the Collective loves bikes and partnerships. In June the Collective has partnered with the University of Utah's...

The Future of Trails in the Wasatch

By Sarah BennettEnvision Utah, the public-private undertaking that is currently working to craft a long range plan for the canyons has been holding a...


Pacelines are a basic element of bicycle riding and racing. It’s been said that you gain about 30% more efficiency/energy savings (give or take depending on wind conditions) by drafting. With that much energy savings it’s easy to see why riders tend to travel in packs rather than by themselves.

Let's Be Clear About This: The 2010 Clear the Air Challenge

Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert, Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker have joined together to challenge Utahns to “Drive Less and Drive Smarter”. In support of this effort, Utahns are being asked, during the month of July, to participate in the 2010 Clear the Air Challenge.

Cycling Utah's June 2010 Issue is Now Available!

Our June 2010 Issue is now available as a PDF (7.2 mb download) - Mid-Mountain and Crest Trails, Clear the Air Challenge, Wasatch Trails, Achtune Review, Pacelines, Choosing an MTB Tire, Commuting with a Load, Sundance Spin report, Bear Lake Classic, Government Liability, State Crit Champs, A Day in the Life of the Tour Divide, Advice from 5 Women Bike Tourers, Results, Commuter Column, Mechanics Corner, Calendar and More!

Who Owns the Roads Anyway?

If you ride a little or ride a lot or have just been walking and ‘in the way’ of an impatient driver, I bet at some point in a ride, someone has yelled at you from a car or truck window to "Get off the road!" The really clever ones add "I pay taxes for it and you don't!"


June 10, 2010 Vision of national network and grassroots approach inspired businesses, members, and others to give and get involved during National Bike MonthMissoula,...

Just Do It – Advice from Five Women Bike Tourers

By Lou MeliniHow do you go from riding a bike around town, to venturing off on a bike packed with all of your necessities,...

Independence Day: A Day In The Life of the Tour Divide

The Tour Divide is often referred to as “the most challenging mountain bike race on the planet.” Few would argue it’s a beast. The self-supported race covers 2,745 miles of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, which traverses the mountain-rippled spine of the continent from Banff, Alberta, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico. There is a reported 200,000 feet of elevation gain over the distance, through remote and often relentlessly harsh terrain dominated by cows, mosquitoes and bears.

Hoodoo 500 Relay Race Preview

In our May 2010 issue, our story on relay races left out the Hoodoo 500. Info on the Hoodoo is below.HOODOO 500: August 28-30,...

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