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Mayor Curtis to Cycle from Provo to Salt Lake in Rivalry Ride

BYU’s defeat last week means one thing for Provo’s Mayor John Curtis: he’ll be bicycling from Provo to Salt Lake as a part of the annual Rivalry Ride tradition. Historically, the mayor from the defeated city must ride from his own city hall to the winning team’s city hall. This year’s ride will be on […]

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Bike Media

Why?

You guys, why aren’t we into Cycle-ball? Why?

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Bike Provo Meeting Roundup

Bike Provo Meeting Roundup (11/18)

Yesterdays Bike Provo meeting was, as always, productive. We talked about how in a year or so we will be able to apply for a huge grant. This photo shows us talking about that grant. As a committee we are also talking about presenting at neighborhood meetings. (Arrangements were arranged and assignments were assigned.) The […]

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Night Ride and a Movie

The Wednesday night riders are riding again tonight, but a bit earlier. Meet in the north parking lot of the Provo City Library at 8:30 pm. Also, this ride has a destination: the dollar theater to watch Toy Story 3. Join some fellow bikers and enjoy the clear weather.

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University Bike Scene

Pedal-Powered Bicycle Billboards Come to Provo

A few weeks ago, I spotted an unusual sight on University Avenue: a pedal-powered bicycle billboard. The gentleman pictured in the cell phone snapshot above is riding along on the sidewalk toting a Craig’s Cuts billboard behind him. I’m always happy to see new bike ventures pop up in our city! Next up for Provo: […]

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Bike Advocacy Bikes in the News

Orem Adopts Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Last week, the Orem Municipal Council approved a forward-thinking Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The exciting new plan had been in the works for months and was created with the input of hundreds of residents: The Daily Herald reports: “In total, the Orem Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan recommends nearly 16 miles of new sidewalk, 12 intersection […]

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Local Biking Events

Provo Cranksgiving is Here Again.

If you have not done the Cranksgiving before you are in for a ton of fun. Cranksgiving is a celebration of bicycles and charity. The idea is you ride your bicycle around to a few grocery stores collect some food or other needed items and then drop everything off at the local food bank. In […]

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Night Ride! Tonight! 10:30!

Hey biking friends. I had the chance to ride with some friendly bikers last Wednesday night. They’re having another one tonight at 10:30 (but they stick around til about 10:45 or so before they ride, you still have time). They meet at the Provo Library, the north parking lot. Though it’s chilly, go ride the […]

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Bike Advocacy Bike Paths Provo Bicycle Projects

New Bike Lanes on 100 South!

Have you checked out the new bike lanes on 100 South? Brave the chill and take a little ride from 100 E. to 500 W. The lanes don’t seem to have little bicycle symbols yet, but perhaps those are yet to come? A huge shout out to Provo’s engineering department – thanks for having the […]

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Bike Advocacy Local Biking Events

Support Orem City and Their Bicycle Pedestrian Plan, Tomorrow.

Tomorrow is an important day for Orem City and as such is an important day for all of us in Utah Valley, especially Provo. Orem City will be holding a hearing tomorrow to review a Bicycle/Ped. Master Plan that has been in the works officially for over a year. You may be asking, “Why is […]