Friday, March 23, 2012

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Cyclovia organizers are looking into hosting another event after the first was essentially rained out. Check out the recap and learn how organizers might fund a second one.

Want to learn how to transport your kids via bicycles instead of cars? The Bikes and Tykes event on Sunday will bring together several experienced biking families to share tips and test rides of their family bicycle setups. More details here.

Meet Tucson's newest bicyclist. He is taking up cycling to shed some of his 330 pounds. Be sure to check out the comments on the story for tips about getting started with cycling.

A pedestrian was stuck and killed this week near along a popular biking route. Read more about the crash.

Hundreds of bike racers took over downtown Tucson for the second annual Old Pueblo Grand Prix. Check out the results and photos.

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