Friday, May 20, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, May 20, 2011 at 11:50 AM


  • Today is the last day to help a local mountain biking group win a $50k grant to preserve trail access in Southern Arizona. Here is how you can help.

  • A piece of the Rillito River path that has been a missing link in the system for 20 years is now paved and open to bikes. Find out where it is.

  • Local bicycle recycler BICAS saved 40 bikes from the landfill during their University of Arizona donation drive. Check out the story.

  • The United States' most influential bicycle advocate spent several days in Tucson this week. He gave the city a blueprint to becoming one of the best bike cities in the country. Check out what he says we need to do and check out his thoughts on Tucson's bicycling community.

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