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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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Fourth Best Trail In The West!

Finally some happy news coming from our wonderful Provo River Trail. Sunset Magazine just named the PRT the fourth best trail for biking in the West (thanks for the link Provocation). We only came in after big hitters like Portland, Redmond, and Concord. Here is what they had to say; Meander along the Provo River […]

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Groups Rides Are The Best Rides

Photo drop of a little ride some Provo boys took up the canyon. Hope this inspires all of you to go out and get some.    

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Join Us This Saturday (April 28th) for the Provo River Trail Grand Opening

Gather your family, friends and neighbors and  join Mayor John Curtis for a spring bike ride to celebrate the re-opening of the Provo River Trail. Experience the reconstructed, lighted tunnel under the freeway, completed six months ahead of schedule as part of UDOT’s I-15 Corridor Expansion (I-15 CORE). All riders are welcome. Refreshments provided. Come for […]

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Provo Police Department Reactivates Their Bicycle Team

Officers on bicycles are a huge benefit to any community: they are more accessible, can easily identify problems that can’t be seen from a car, and can better patrol areas like trails. The Provo bicycle community is so excited to note that several officers in our community are moving to two-wheels. Here’s the official scoop: […]

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Making the Provo River Trail a Safer Place for Cyclists and Pedestrians

After the devastating sexual assault on the Provo River Trail last month, a lot of dedicated people have come together to help make the trail a safer place to walk or ride a bike. At a recent Bicycle Committee Meeting Officer Crosby made it very clear that the blame for rape is 100% with the perpetrator and […]

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Cyclists Ride the Provo River Trail for Safety Awareness on Women’s Day

Yesterday, a friendly group met at the Provo Bicycle Collective for a safety awareness ride on the Provo River Trail. Rather than avoiding the trail, we’re encouraging cyclists to use the trail as often as possible (with a friend or two, of course). The more of us that use the trail, the safer it will […]

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Safety Awareness Provo River Trail Ride Today

Don’t forget to come to the Safety Awareness ride tonight, for a chance to spend some time with the Provo cycling community and fight back against the sexual assaults that have happened on the trail. Here’s the essential info from the Safety Awareness Ride event on Facebook: We will be riding the River Trail towards […]