Cycling West and Cycling Utah’s Late Summer 2019 Issue is Now Available!


Cycling West and Cycling Utah Magazine’s Late Summer – August 2019 Issue is now available as a free download (8 MB download). Pick up a copy at your favorite Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Northern California bike shop or other location. 

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  • Riding Blind — page 3
  • Lindsey Edwards is a Recreational Cyclist Striving to be a Bike Commuter — page 4
  • 4th Annual Potato Run (Or, The Ward Boys’ Heritage Ride) — page 6
  • The Story of Team Africa Rising — page 10
  • Bicycle Deaths Spike Sharply in America’s Largest City — What We Can Do to Stay Safe Here at Home — page 12
  • Federal Government Releases Bikeway Selection Guide page 12
  • New Federal Transportation Bill Would Improve Cycling Nationally — page 13
  • Milestones: Eddy Merckx and the Tour de France That Almost Wasn’t — page 16
  • Pedal the Plains 2019 is A 3 Day Road and Gravel Bike Event in Eastern Colorado — page 18
  • Mark Deterline, Former Cycling West Assistant Editor, Passes Away — page 19
  • Salt Lake City Criterium — A Photo Gallery by Dave Richards — page 20
  • Owen and Williams take wins in Salt Lake City Criterium — page 20
  • Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Where to Watch Spectator Guide — page 22
  • How the Bicycle Customer can Save the Bike Industry, Support Employees, and Save the Planet — page 32
  • Study Shows Looks at Bike Crash Risk at Intersections — page 32
  • Track Racer — The Bicycle Art of Trenton Higley — page 33
  • Sevier County to Host Second Annual Rooster Ride on August 24, 2019 — page 34
  • Sports Nutrition: What’s the Latest on Carbohydrates? — page 35
  • Federal Funding For Bikeshare is Focus of New Bill — page 35
  • Evelyn Dong, Alex Grant Win 9th Edition of the Crusher in the Tushar — page 36
  • San Francisco Bay Area’s Carquinez Strait Loop is a 22.9 Mile Ride with 1200’ of Climbing — page 38
  • Book Review: How Far Can Humans Push Themselves? Endure: Mind, Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance Takes a Look — page 39
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