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Provo Bike Registration now Free

Provo city code 9.32.010 states that, ” No person shall ride or propel any bicycle on any public place unless and until such cycle shall have been licensed.” Registering your bicycle enters it into Provo Police’s database so that they know it is your property. That way, if it gets stolen, you can get it back easier. […]

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The Provo Bicycle Police (Now with Dramatic Explosions)

Did you know that Provo has its own bicycle patrol? Not only can bike patrols help keep us safe in public spaces like the Provo River Trail, they’re also a great way for officers to better get to know the community and observe problems. Plus, our officers have some pretty sweet moves… According to the […]

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Action Alert from the League of American Cyclists: Support the Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Act

Here’s an important alert from our friends at the League of American Cyclists. You can make a difference by sending an auto email to Representative Chaffetz and Senators Hatch and Lee (feel free to add in some of your own experiences with un-safe streets too, if you feel so inclined). Remember, taking action at the […]

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Council “Acknowledges Acceptance” of Bicycle Master Plan, Formal Adoption Delayed

Thank you to everyone who contacted the council, showed up at last night’s council meeting, and lent support for the adoption of the Bicycle Master Plan in other ways. In the end, the council, though unanimously in favor of the plan, decided to issue a resolution acknowledging the acceptance of the plan but delaying formal […]

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Deseret News: “Proposed Plans for Provo Bike Lanes Near Approval”

The Deseret News recently published an article reviewing our progress towards completing the Provo Master Bike Plan – plans and funding for an extensive set of interconnected bicycle lanes throughout the city. “The city is likely to approve an extensive new series of bike lanes by as early as April. The Provo Bicycle Committee has […]

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UDOT Bicycle Commuter Guide

Check this out! UDOT put together a really nifty guide for bicycle commuters. It contains a lot of good information about everything from staying warm in the winter to all the various traffic laws you should be aware of.

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Vulnerable Road User

BicyclePaper recently put up an awesome article about vulnerable road user laws, and how they effect cyclists, as well as drivers. The article starts off with the all too common example of a driver hitting a cyclist, being at fault, and then getting off scott free. There are even instances of a driver hitting a […]

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Come to the Provo Parks & Rec Master Plan Meeting Tomorrow (6/20)

Want to see what the city has in store for parks and recreation? Find out about their new master plan in development and share your own ideas for bike friendly paths and parks. Here are the details from the Provo city website: In October 2011, the city began a nine-month process to develop a Parks […]

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Spread The Word

Found this in our inbox this morning. We actually have a picture of this same message in flyer form from a post a few days ago. Details are sparse, but we thought we would pass on the word in case any of you or anyone you know has heard/seen anything. To clear up the statement a little […]

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2012 Road Respect Tour Kicks Off

The Road Respect Tour is up and riding for the second year in a row. “What is the Road Respect Tour,” you ask? The Tour is a joint effort between UDOT, Zero Fatalities, BikeUtah, a ton of sponsors, and drivers/riders around the state. The purpose of the Tour is to educate all road users on […]