We need your help! Jack Prince (of the legendary, local-cycling, Prince family), a Boy Scout working towards earning his Eagle Scout award, is hard at work to raise funds to place a bike repair station on the Dixie State University campus. Here’s a link to his fundraising page. Please consider a donation to this great project. Let’s help Jack earn his Eagle...and more importantly let’s help fuel cycling on the DSU campus! www.gofundme.com/jacks-eagle-scout-fundraiser... See MoreSee Less
My name is Jack Prince, I am fundraising to purchase and install a bicycle fix station Dixie State University. I am 16 years old, I enjoy mountain biking, triathalons, road biking, and wrestling. I am working to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. It is the highest rank a young man can earn in...
We've been getting a lot of questions recently about local trail closures so we reached out to our friends at St. George City and got the following updates:
The Virgin River North Trail near River Road: This trail should re-open April 15. There has been a delay in receiving the fabricated pedestrian & bike bridge that will span the river but that is scheduled to begin arriving in the next 2 weeks.
The Virgin River South Trail (from St. James Park to River Road), currently closed as a result of a new sewer line being installed, is scheduled to re-open March 29.
The Riverside Drive Trail, near 2450 East, closed due to the installation of a new traffic signal, will be completed by April 2.
The Bluff Street Trail (near the Red Hills Golf Course) will have intermittent closures as a result of the Bluff Street widening project (scheduled completion Fall 2018).
Halfway Wash Trail (see photo): Due to frequent flooding, city crews have been dredging a section along the trail to keep water off the pavement. This work should be completed in the next 2 days and the trail re-opened.
If you have other questions, post them here and we'll do our best to get more information. Please share this post with your other cycling friends. ... See MoreSee Less
It's Bike and Walk to school days, and the Department of Health would like our support! Please reply to Kathy, email@example.com, if you can come and help promote this wonderful program with us, it is just an hour or so of your time in the fresh spring morning air.
Volunteers would stand along the safe route and help greet & guide the kids to school. Event will be in the morning and last about an hour. Those who have your bike buddy shirts, please wear them!
March 9th is at Coral Cliffs and April 6th is Heritage Elementary. We are looking for 5 to 7 - priority right now is Coral Cliffs. ... See MoreSee Less
Many of us are big fans of using a mirror. It totally transforms your ride and makes you feel so much safer. If you haven’t tried one, please do. Here’s a great article about a professional cyclist’s first ride with a mirror...then he was hooked. Do something for your personal safety on the bike...try a mirror.