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Seven Bicycles Made to Amaze

When someone says that they just bought a new bicycle, what do you imagine? Of course you picture two wheels, and it probably has a roughly triangular frame with pedals for your feet and handle bars that are level with […]

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What’s at Stake for Utah Cyclists

Changes Around the World According to the London Evening Standard  “Rules on traffic lights, priority at road junctions and street signs have all been updated in favour of cyclists by the Government after urgent talks with the Mayor.” This legislation […]

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Is Utah a Bike-Friendly State?

  In a state known for Wasatch Front commuter traffic, wide roads filled with SUVs, and a massive pollution-related inversion, just how do bikes and cyclists fit into the mix? Is Utah considered a Bike-Friendly state? and does the growing number of […]

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Laws: Cyclist vs. Motorist

We all know the phrase “Share the Road” by now. It is a campaign that has spread nationwide with the intent to get motorists to share the road with cyclists and other forms of non-vehicle traffic. It is important that […]

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6 New Laws For Cyclists as of July 1

As of July 1, 2013, six new bicycle-related laws were enacted that will help everyone on the roads be more safe and ultimately, help everyone share the road more responsibly. HB294 and HB297 Both bills give motorists more options to […]

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Fitting your Bike to you

Making sure your bike fits you is one of the first steps you should take after getting a new bike. If you have been riding your bike for a while and haven’t done this yet, we recommend doing it immediately. When […]

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Choosing the Right Sports Drink for You.

Cyclists know the importance of staying hydrated as well as anyone, because those legs won’t keep churning unless they are properly fueled. When you are training or racing for extended periods of time, it is vital to replenish all of […]

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Cyclists and motorists need to meet halfway

Common themes in talking about cycling safety are infrastructure and motorist awareness. While these remain 2 major hurdles for cyclists to overcome in belonging on the road, there needs to be some improvements by bike riders everywhere. Whenever tax dollars […]

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Non-Cycling Friends? Here’s How to Talk to Them.

The fact you landed on this page tells me you have a heart with ten speeds. While there are many different types of cyclists, we still understand the way the other thinks. Meanwhile, trying to share this passion with non-cyclists […]

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Road Respect Tour 2013

Utah’s 3rd annual Road Respect Tour has been working its way up the state and will be in Utah, Salt Lake, and Weber counties later this week. As more and more people join Utah’s roads, both in cars and on […]

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