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Bike Paths

Provo River Trail Bridge Detour

The Provo River Parkway Trail will be closed near the I-15 underpass for renovations as a part of the ongoing freeway construction. An alternate route is provided until the project’s expected completion in 2012. The Utah Departmnet of Transportation explains: Through summer 2012, the trail will be closed at I-15 while crews expand I-15 and […]

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Kids and Family Cycling Local Biking Events

Tour de Habitat Ride

We just received news about an exiting benefit ride planned by the friendly folks of Habitat for Humanity: Here’s a chance to enjoy a fun bike ride, support a great cause, enjoy a barbecue dinner, attend an Owlz baseball game and watch a fireworks display, all in the same afternoon/evening. The second annual Tour de […]

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Bike Media Bikes in the News

Car-Free Whitmore Family and BikeProvo in the Deseret News

This week our very own Whitmore family was featured in the Deseret News. The article, Car-Free Family Advocates for Cycling, shares the story of how bike committee chairman Zac, his wife Krysta, and daughter Karen have given up cars in favor of using bikes as transportation. It gives a great overview of how a family […]

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Local Biking Events

Vintage Bike Show a Success

Last weekend my husband and I checked out the first annual Krawdaddy Vintage Bike Show and Swap Meet in Spanish Fork. Although this new show was small and held in a front yard, it was a treasure trove of gorgeous vintage bicycles. There was everything from re-painted cruisers to fully restored electric bikes. There were […]

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Provo Ride Report

Ride Report 7/19-7/26 Share Your Cycling Experience.

Come on, you know you’ve had some sort of biking experience this week. Go somewhere fun? Find a new path? Get into some trouble on the road? Run over a squirrel? No matter how big or small, we want to hear about your cycling week. Help make this feature successful by writing a comment! Zac […]

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Bike Advocacy Bike Media Bikes in the News

Provo Employees Ride Bicycles in Clear the Air Challenge

Provo City employees have been riding their bikes on errands and commutes as they compete in this year’s Clear the Air Challenge. Following in the footsteps of Mayor Curtis (who challenged all Provo residents to ride their bikes this month), employees have been keeping track of their hours spent spent riding and emissions saved. The […]

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Bike Advocacy Provo Bike Committee

Provo Bicycle Committee Presents Bike-Friendly Ideas to Provo City Council

This Tuesday the Provo Bicycle Committee (www.provobc.com) was invited to present their progress and ideas at the city council study meeting. Committee chairman Zac Whitmore did an excellent job of giving an update on the many Committee projects and getting the council members excited about the need for a bicycle and pedestrian map in the […]

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Local Biking Events

Busy Busy Week For The Bicycle.

photo credit: xlt.lv This week seems exceptionally busy for bicycle events so we decided to give you an exact breakdown of everything that is going on. Monday: What: Family Club Ride leaving from Mad Dog Cycles in Orem at 6pm. Why: This ride happens every Monday at 6pm but, today is the Bajio ride. They […]

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Ride Report 7/12-7/18 Share Your Cycling Experience.

Come on, you know you’ve had some sort of biking experience this week. Go somewhere fun? Find a new path? Get into some trouble on the road? Run over a squirrel? No matter how big or small, we want to hear about your cycling week. Help make this feature successful by writing a comment! Zac […]

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Bike Rap?

Many of you may have seen the video put out by MC Spandex about a year ago titled ‘Performance’. Well, for all you MC Spandex fans there is a second installment that shows a little bit darker side of MC Spandex and his crew. Here is the original video follow this link to go to […]