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Old 08-04-08, 04:35 PM   #1
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Anyone here from Utah?

I'm on a business trip in Utah. I couldn't arrange to transport my bike here on time, so I'm going to have bike withdrawals. Just thought I'd look in here to see anything Utah related ... it would seem to be a great area to ride in.
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Lots of great riding. Are you in the Salt Lake City area? If you have time to head to Park City and want to rent a bike, Jans Mountain Outfitters http://www.jans.com/biking.html has mountain and road bike rentals. If you are looking for something closer to downtown, Canyon Sports also has rentals http://www.canyonsports.com/utah_ren..._locations.php There is also a Century going on this coming Saturday around Utah Lake that is pretty fun http://www.bbtc.net/
If you need info on anything else, feel free to post up. Have fun.
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Old 08-07-08, 06:39 AM   #3
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Cool. I did find a place that rents, Bingham Cyclery. However, as luck would have it, I caught a cold while here. Not sure if it had to do with change of climate, or stuffiness of the plane ride ... thanks for the info.

Dang, if I'd known there was a century going on this weekend, I would have brought my Seven. Pretty flat century ... 1358 feet ... but looks like it would be a fun ride.
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Old 08-30-08, 07:37 PM   #4
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Let me know if you are ever back in town and I can send you some routes....depending on what you are looking for. See the left hand column of this site for a few routes http://www.saltlakecycling.com/
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Thanks locko and others both here and on the Moab Century thread. Great website! Just what I need with my son and best girl having just moved to SLC. I hope to get in a good ride each time we visit. MapMyRide has lots of good routes too.
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