By Matthew Windsor [Posted July 30, 2015]
Eric Stewart is a bit of a nomad, traveling around the country for work and always bringing his bike along with him. Coming in from Atlanta, Ga., Eric has been incredibly stoked on both Utah’s natural beauty and the fact that we have no shortage of dope spots to ride. Summer in SLC usually means … read more
By Andy Fitzgerrell [Posted July 2, 2015]
Wasatch Bike Park opened up in 2014, providing riders with a sanctuary from the cold and wet months here in Utah. With their focus on the riding community and its many facets, Wasatch has created several “rooms“ within their building that provide a variety of terrain—the most popular of which is the (aptly named) “Jump … read more
By Sean Zimmerman-Wall [Posted June 29, 2015]
unReal premiered on June 23 at Red Butte Gardens. Under a half moon in a desert sky, the crowd gathered. American rock music from The Weekenders drifted on the wind across the Red Butte Garden Amphitheater as the sun dipped below the horizon. The Salt Lake City premiere of Teton Gravity Research (TGR) and Anthill … read more
By Chris Kiernan, Michael Lehmann, John Carlisle, Jake Vivori [Posted May 25, 2015]
On Saturday, May 23rd, SLUG, held its third annual SLUG Cat alleycat race through the streets of Salt Lake City. Over 40 riders braved a torrential downpour early in the race, zipping across the city to complete various tasks. … read more
By Nick Kuzmack [Posted May 1, 2015]
Out on any given Thursday night at 9 p.m.— through rain, sleet or snow—odds are you’ve seen an assortment of cyclists hanging about Coffee Garden at 878 E. 900 S. This large group of two-wheeled miscreants have been gathering here for almost five years with a simple mission.
By Ashlee Mason [Posted May 1, 2015]
Although SLUG’s Legal Department is fidgeting nervously inside a closet somewhere while the Columbia Journalism Review concludes its investigation into SLUG’s article in the March 2015 Issue on the updated parking/bike lane situation on 300 South, the magazine is boldly pressing forward with further coverage of #WeirdBikeLaneGate with a smoking-hot, exclusive lead.
By Ben Trentelman [Posted May 1, 2015]
The Bicycle Collective is a full community bike shop with virtually every tool one could ever need to keep a bike up and running. The Collective promotes cycling as a clean and healthy mode of transportation and, according to Catharine Scott, the Coordinator of the Earn-A-Bike Program, teaches kids about the benefits of riding bikes and gives them access and knowledge to fix their own bikes.
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.