Friday, February 15, 2013

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 10:00 AM

This bicycle registration system was completed two years ago, but still isnt live.
  • This bicycle registration system was completed two years ago, but still isn't live.
The Tucson Police Department unveiled their voluntary bicycle registration system two years ago. Find out what it was supposed to do and why it still isn't online.

Tucson Velo got a new look this week. Here's why and how to use the new site.

FInd out why a stolen mountain bike ended up on the city's public auction site.

A new bill making its way through the state legislature would make it illegal to harass a cyclist, but only if they fall. Find out why that appears to be flawed.

Less than a month and a half into the year, four pedestrians have been struck and killed. Find out where the latest occurred.

A national bicycle travel organization will be in town next week to talk about how to travel by bike and their newest route along the historic Route 66. Get the details here.

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