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AASHTO: Saving Lives One Bike Lane at a Time

If you are a bicyclist in Utah, it’s hard not to notice the huge influx of biking lanes in Salt Lake. Many of our busy highways are now outlined with rolling paths of asphalt and dotted with little bicycle icons […]

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Ogden Cyclist Overcomes Accident and Finishes LoToJa

The Accident  It was a warm morning in July of 2013 when Jeff Bickle started out on his morning bike ride, not knowing that his life would soon be turned upside down. While riding in the bike lane on Wall […]

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Collision Awareness and What We Can Do To Help

March is National Collision Awareness Month, and it’s a great time for drivers and cyclists alike to take a step back and explore how to be safer on the road. According to statistics from the Utah Department of Transportation, in 2013 […]

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How You Can Be Involved in Your Cycling Community

Today we’d like to present you with a new opportunity (or two) to be more active in your cycling community.  Riding our bikes can be a dangerous activity even at the best of times.  It’s a price we pay for better […]

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Utah’s Daylight Savings – Beneficial or a Nuisance?

Utah currently follows a Daylight Savings schedule, meaning that the time shifts back and forth by one hour each year. You may like the extra spring hour of sleep or prefer shorter autumn days. As it stands now, Utahns will gain […]

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8 Steps to Being Road Ready by Spring

  After spending a chilly winter off the open road, both you and your bike probably need some TLC before being road ready. Here are the steps that we recommend to getting back in the saddle without any issues (besides huffing […]

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Why Women Cycle Less Than Men

More men than women are out on their bikes. Researchers have quantified the gender gap, discovering that only 24% of bike trips made in the U.S. are made by women. Moreover, that shows a 6% decline in less than a decade. The […]

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The True Meaning of “Biker Commuter”

Choosing whether to be a “biker commuter” or not can be a difficult decision. It doesn’t help that the statistics on bike accidents and calculations of cost-to-benefit ratios are notoriously unreliable. Yes, the Federal Highway Administration reliably reports that bicyclists account for two percent of traffic […]

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What Type of Bicycle Should I Buy?

Not all bikes are created equal. Bikes come in many different shapes and sizes. Staying safe means finding the right bike. Not only that, you want to have a bike that is perfect just for you. But the wide variety […]

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How to get your child to wear a helmet

Kids go where no adult dares: They act without fear, eat what they shouldn’t, and fall asleep almost anywhere. But in all their innocent fun, it seems like they have little sense of the dangers of riding a tricycle, a four-wheeler, a two-wheeler, or […]

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