Friday, July 29, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 12:00 PM

Drivers are forced to turn right or left onto Speedway from Fourth Avenue.
  • Drivers are forced to turn right or left onto Speedway from Fourth Avenue.
Drivers heading north on Fourth Avenue toward Speedway Boulevard must turn right or left onto Speedway. That and several other changes to the bicycle boulevard have been implemented. See what else has happened in the last week.

Had your bike stolen? You ought to check with Sun Tran's lost and found. Here's why.

Plans are afoot to add upgrades to the most popular bike route in the city. The city is also hoping to create a bypass route to avoid the streetcar when it starts running. Check out the plans.

After four months of waiting a dangerous pothole on a popular bike route is fixed. Check it out.

Have a bicycle event you are training for? Find out why knowing your course inside and out can help you meet your goals. Read more.

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