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How to Perform DIY Bike Checks

By checking your own bike for basic mechanic issues on a regular basis, you can help prevent further problems from developing in the future. While there may be some problems too serious for a bike amateur to handle, you may […]

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Spenders Willing to Splurge for Luxury Bicycles

On August 20, the Wall Street Journal published an article entitled “Rise of the Five-Figure Bicycle,” which discussed the increasing costs of luxury bikes and the cyclists who are willing to pay for them. Author Rachel Bachman discussed the story of Ted […]

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Register for University of Utah’s Power Cycling Camp

  Interested in power cycling? Want a fun activity to do this winter? You’re in luck! The University of Utah is hosting a Power Cycling Camp presented by Young Evans Training. Bryce Young and Nicole Evans of Young Evans Training […]

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2014 Technology Advances in Bicycle Safety

With the amount of bicycle riders in the nation’s largest 70 cities doubling between 1990 and 2012 and billions of cycle trips being made every year, it is not surprising that technological advances in cycling technology have increased dramatically these […]

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The Basics of Mountain Biking Safety

Established mountain bike and hiking trails generally have rules or codes that you must follow if you are going to use them. Whether you are using designated mountain biking trails or not, you should be using your head. The following […]

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The Benefits of Cycling in Groups

As is the case with almost any athletic activity, cycling is much safer when done in groups. Unless you are simply going on a short ride around the neighborhood or down the street to the grocery store, you should not […]

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How to Survive Cycling in the Snow

As the end of September approaches, snow season in Utah is well on its way. Depending on which part of the state you live in, your first flakes may fall only days from now if they have not started to […]

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Bicycle Tires: The Basics

Pneumatic tires were invented in 1888 by John Dunlop, and were an immediate success because they were a more effective and lighter alternative to solid rubber tires. Because Dunlop’s tires were hard to repair, Edouard Michelin invented detachable tires that could […]

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Preparing for Your First Triathlon

  The cycling segment is arguably the most important part of a triathlon race. Sandwiched between swimming and running, cycling is the area where you can make up or lose the most time. The 12.1 mile segment makes up about […]

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Bike Bling: Decorating Your Cycle to Stand Out

Decorating your bike not shows your personality, standing out from the sea of plain metal on the road, but it also makes your bike less likely to be stolen. Why? Because bike thieves typically target plain, popular bikes that are easy […]

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