The National Intercollegiate Cycling Association (NICA) state finals are just around the corner on October 18 and 19 in Cedar City. If you participated this year as a student, an athlete or a coach, congratulations on finishing a long hard … Keep Reading
“Is that your kid’s bike?” Is a question I’m often asked when I’m out cruising the neighborhood on my BMX race bike.
“No, it’s mine and it’s rad.”
To some, an adult on a BMX bike is a pretty strange … Keep Reading
There are many reasons our athletic performance deteriorates with added years, and while we can’t do anything about aging, there are things we can do to mitigate our inevitable decline.
One thing that happens to us after age 45 is … Keep Reading
“Wow, this rock feels soft on my butt” she said as we had finally reached the half way point on the ride. Jenn was tired, had a really sore butt, was frustrated, and had stopped having fun on her first … Keep Reading
If nothing else, it looks different and that’s something I’m into.
I was told that it took at least three rides to “get” this fork, so I gave it three rides. Cyclists tend to be highly opinionated. Often times on … Keep Reading
Southern Utah is known for its amazing natural wonders. Whether you’re headed this way for Zion National Park, Snow Canyon State Park, Gooseberry Mesa or Moe’s Valley, you’re probably pretty stoked on getting out this way to enjoy those … Keep Reading
Eden, UT – Nicole Tittensor conquered the Battle at North Fork beating out Natalie Quinn by just 11 seconds for 1st Place in the Elite Women’s category. This was a particularly special win for her.
In her words, “It was … Keep Reading
We’ve all done it. Driven to a trailhead, unloaded the bike, started getting ready for the ride and then realized that you were missing your helmet. Depending on how far you are from your house determines how big of an … Keep Reading
Heber City – Drew Free and Caedran Harvey won the 2019 Wasatch 50 Elite Men’s and Elite Women’s categories.
Despite the long nature of the course, the race came down to the last few miles and particularly the last 400 … Keep Reading