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Provo Bicycle Collective Gives 90 Bikes for Bike to School Week

From Provo Bicycle Collective: “When the school district asked us to participate in Bike to School Week this year, we went all in. Provo Bicycle Collective originally promised 75 bikes to local elementary schools, but the requests kept coming after that, until we reached 90 bikes. Why did we promise this? Because every kid deserves a […]

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Provo Bicycle Collective Invites Women to Volunteer

From “Bike mechanics has traditionally been a male-dominated trade. Let’s change that. Women’s volunteer hours are designed to create a safe and inclusive space for learning bike mechanics. All bicycles repaired by volunteers are given away to people who couldn’t otherwise afford one, giving independent transportation to those who need it most. Our goal […]

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Golden Spoke Winter Bicycle Commuter Award (Courtesy of Canyon Bicycles)

Austin Taylor Provo Bicycle Committee For the past six years, Provo Bicycle Committee has been recognizing outstanding bicycle commuters for their contributions to Provo by awarding the Golden Spoke Award. We believe in cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation that can help create a cleaner, healthier, and safer society. Two years ago, […]

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Do You Love Your Commute?

A 634 Mile, 5 & ½ Hour, Door-to-Door, LA to Provo Weekly Trek by Plane, Train, and (Best of All) by Bike Usually folks exclaim, “And you think your commute is bad!” and then explain how theirs is even worse. Rarely do they talk about how they enjoy their commute. Jenny Pulsipher, a history professor […]

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Bike and Build Program Helps Restore Historic George Taylor Jr. Home

Did you notice the commotion at the historic George Taylor Jr. home in downtown Provo last week? It is getting some much-needed restoration help from the non-profit Bike and Build Program. Over 28 self-funded cyclists are riding for 11 weeks and helping improve neighborhoods along the way. The Daily Herald reports: “Their demolition work in […]