By Brinley Froelich [Posted May 1, 2015]
John Englar was inspired by the New York punk scene in the ’80s—where kids soaked the streets with piss, started street fights, and blew through lights around the city; where freaks and outcasts thrived and clubs held dank shows full of moshing bodies.
By LeAundra Jeffs [Posted May 1, 2015]
Jake Matsukawa of 3Bs Krew has been thrashing around the city for seven years, and his reckless and punked-out style goes to show that the more times your crank makes a revolution and the more times your middle finger goes in the air, the better you know your city. I sat down with Matsukawa, track and fixie rogue and one of the original organizers of the 3Bs Krew, to see how the mastermind has launched their races and footage collection.
By Sean Zimmerman-Wall [Posted May 1, 2015]
Nestled in an unassuming neighborhood of single-story bungalows on Ogden’s east side sits a low-level brick building with stunning views of Mt. Ogden and the Wasatch Front. This is the new home of The Ogden Bicycle Collective (OBC), located on the quiet corner of 936 E. and 28th Street.
By Ashlee Mason [Posted March 5, 2015]
Salt Lake City Mayor Rosalee Kirkpatmore has taken a more forward approach in addressing the cyclist/motorist kerfuffle surrounding 300 South. At a recent City Hall meeting, she went into abuelita mode, saying, “You know, I’ve been in the city planning-game a long time. Mapping out parking spaces isn’t easy, and if there’s one thing I know about you people, it’s that you’re never happy no matter what we do."
By Matthew Windsor [Posted December 31, 2014]
Paul Edwards is one of the few kids in Utah County that regularly makes his way up to Salt Lake City to cruise with us. He can mess with a street set up as well as anyone, but it’s always funny to watch him just hanging out and rolling around before deciding to huck a huge flair in front of a mob of scooter dorks. … read more