Friday, November 18, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 11:00 AM


Thousands turned out for what appears to be the final GABA Bike Swap on Fourth Avenue. Check out the the photos from the event and find out why they have to move it and where it is going.

Friends and family of a local bike shop owner have launched a website devoted to raising money for his heart transplant. Find out how to help and enter a raffle for a bicycle.

You'll see lots of fancy road bikes and spandex during this weekend's El Tour de Tucson, but you'll also see something completely different on the road. Check it out.

Keep and eye out for former Major League Baseball player Barry Bonds and NBA All Star Bill Walton, who are both riding in El Tour de Tucson.

One of the best events of the year, The El Grupo Scavenger Hunt, got drenched on Sunday, but those who participated had a great time. Check out the event and recreate it with the scavenger hunt clues.

Check out some limited edition bicycle prints and a photo book documenting the region's bicycle community... online.

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