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UDOT Brings Buffered Bike Lanes to North University Avenue and Beyond

by Aaron Skabelund, Provo Bicycle Committee Chair Late last fall, UDOT dramatically transformed North University Avenue by installing bike lanes—almost of all buffered—from 700 North to 5200 North, where they connect to the Provo River Trail on the north end of the Riverwoods near the mouth of Provo Canyon. Here is what they look like […]

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ACTION ALERT: Take This Survey About Provo River Trail Improvements

Help improve the Provo River Trail by taking this short online survey. Thanks to the RAP tax, some major (and greatly needed) improvements are coming to our beloved trail. The Provo Parks Department is committed to doing it right and have funds to do some amazing things so please share your ideas, big or small. […]

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Big Improvements Coming to the Provo River Trail

Thanks to the passing of the RAP (recreation, arts, and parks) tax, Provo will soon be seeing some much-needed improvements to the southern portion of the Provo River Trail (headed towards Utah Lake). Those of us who ride the trail regularly are likely to have a long list of trail wishes – improving safety, increasing […]

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Introducing Provo’s New Bikeway: The Lakeview Parkway Trail

A short photo essay by Joli Hunt, who regularly bikes to school and work along 500 West and hopes the day it will be striped with bike lanes is not too far away. Have you had a chance yet to bike on Provo newest trail? It’s all the rave for us who live near south […]

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Massive Ride-the-Parkway Provo Celebration

Grab your bikes, trikes, boards, skates, and scooters and ride on down to the grand opening of Provo’s Lakeview Parkway! The new westside connector is about to open and to celebrate we’re hosting a non-motorized All-Wheels Festival! This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the open road and take advantage of the brand new corridor. Pedal […]

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Imagine Riding the Provo River Trail to Deer Creek and Beyond: Imagine No Longer. This Will Soon be a Reality!

Besides funding for a pedestrian/bicycle bridge over the Union Pacific tracks at the Provo Frontrunner Station, the other major project related to Provo that the $20M Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant will help make possible is a 2.75 mile extension of Provo River Trail from Vivian Park to the Deer Creek Reservoir Trail. […]

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Bike Lanes on University Ave?!

Let me tell you a story. About six years ago, a group of Provo neighbors and bicyclists got together. They wanted to a safe way to ride to downtown restaurants and retail. They wanted a north-south connection that brought them to the places they actually wanted to go. They wanted bicycle lanes on University Ave. […]

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Slate Canyon: A Park for Bicyclists of All Ages and Skill-Levels

by Aaron Skabelund, Chair of the Provo Bicycle Committee Have you heard that Provo is building a bike-skills park this year in the new Slate Canyon Park? The park will be a hit for bicyclists of all generations and abilities. Located on the west-facing bench, its trails will be usually dry and rideable throughout the […]

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FAQs About the Provo Bicycle Plan

By now, you’ve probably heard a lot about the Provo Bicycle Plan – a document developed over the last two years that has still not been passed. If you have questions, we have answers. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we get about the plan: What is the Provo Bicycle Plan? The […]

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Learn About the Proposed Mountain Bike Skills Park at Tomorrow’s Slate Canyon Open House

Here’s a little something for all you mountain bikers out there: the city is proposing to create a mountain bike skills park as a part of the Slate Canyon Park development. Word through the grapevine is that the initial designs are looking like they’ll provide an extremely fun time to anyone interested in a bit […]