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An 18,000 Mile Race Around the World

  If you want a bigger race, find a bigger planet. This is the slogan and rallying call for the longest bike race in the world, the World Cycle Race. According to race officials, the rules require each rider to […]

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10 Tips for Cycling Again After an Injury

  Injuries can happen to anyone, even the best of us. Below are some tips, provided by Bicycling.com and Climbinguphill.com to help you heal faster and avoid further injury after experiencing a bicycle injury. While this information can be helpful […]

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Bike Racks and Potholes: An Easy Solution to a Big Problem

There are many different types of goals for cyclists to strive for in the future. Maybe you want to finish a century or fulfill a weekly goal. Maybe you want to start commuting by bicycle more often or hit the […]

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2014 Reader’s Choice Poll from Bicycling.com

  More than 5,000 cyclists shared their likes, dislikes, hopes, and dreams in our annual reader survey.—Bicycling.com The article opens: Whether you took our third annual reader survey on Bicycling.com, answered questions on our Facebook page, or sent a missive via carrier […]

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Ogden Becoming a Cycling Mecca

As reported by Utah Policy, Mayor Mike Caldwell and the City of Ogden have made great strides in establishing Ogden as a destination for outdoor recreation. Just last fall, Mayor Caldwell joined a group of Asian Cycling CEOs for a […]

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Tour of Utah 2014: To Wyoming and Beyond

2014 Tour Details Released According to recent posts on both CyclingNews.com and CyclingUtah.com, information about the 2014 Tour of Utah is now available to the public. The Tour of Utah has reached its tenth anniversary, and is boasted to be […]

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Could the Taiwan Cycle Show Bring Business to Utah?

The first week of March saw the opening of the 27th annual international Taiwan Cycle Show, with 1,500 exhibitors, 10,000 buyers, and three other sporting goods shows occurring concurrently. Being the largest sporting goods and cycling expo in Asia, the […]

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Bicycle History Lesson

I’m certain that most cyclists would agree that one of humanity’s greatest inventions is the wheel. Since its first creation, the wheel has come a long way to now take its prominent role in U.S. streets across the country. How […]

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Fat Bikes: More to Biking than Riding Skinny

Have you ever wandered into your local bike shop and seen a bike that just looks out of place? Kind of like a Franken-Bike? The tires are huge, the frame is heavy, you think it might be a mountain bike, […]

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Bicycles and Pedestrians: A Report on Promoting Safety

New Policy Statement The US Department of Transportation has recently published new findings about ways to promote safety for both pedestrians and cyclists. The new policy statement of UDOT states the following: Every transportation agency, including DOT, has the responsibility to […]

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