Friday, May 11, 2012

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, May 11, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Premises Park founder Ian Abbot is moving the park.
  • Premises Park founder Ian Abbot is moving the park.
The city's only indoor BMX park is being forced to move because of an issue with the city. Find out why and where they are going.

Tucson Police Department received a grant to target bicyclists and pedestrians for two weeks. Find out more about the enforcement.

The new bridge over the Santa Cruz River is opening to bicycles and pedestrians soon. Find out when.

A popular bike route gets a an upgraded crossing, which has frustrated many a cyclist. Check out the upgrade and see if it is working.

UA student? Got an old bike you don't want? For the second year, BICAS is running a donation drive on the UA campus. Get all the details here.

Hundreds of cyclists will be riding up Mt. Lemmon this morning, but it almost didn't happen. Find out why the ride was almost called off.

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