Tracy Lynn Valdez used to hate running — now, she’s been dubbed the “half...
Oregon tourism officials are courting a trade show for outdoor retailers that left Utah after the state's stance on public lands sparked some brands to boycott the biannual event
Tracy Lynn Valdez used to hate running — now, she’s been dubbed the “half marathon queen” for running 17 of the races in 17 months. In a From the Community column, she shared the story of how she became addicted to the sport.
According to the 2014 report on off-road registrations by county, there are almost 184,000 vehicles registered in Utah. These include ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles. An additional 12,169 units are registered for street-legal use.
Outdoor Retailer released a statement saying that the trade show is in the process of finding an “alternative location.”
Even if you’re out of shape, overweight or have never run a day in your life, with some hard work, you have what it takes to run a race, From the Community contributor Christina Miller says.
The Northern Utah ATV Trail Riders group has announced plans for the 2017 calendar year. Interested? Consider joining the club.
A GPS allows ATVers to make a track, store it, and then come back and ride the same trail again. Or, the rider can download someone else’s track and follow it.
Utah wildlife officers are on high alert for poachers as winter weather brings wildlife out of higher elevations and closer to populated areas