Friday, July 22, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 10:30 AM

New bike facilities were added to the Starr Pass Boulevard and Mission Road intersection.
A local bike shop was broken into this week. Check out the description of the thief and what he got away with.

One of Tucson's most complicated intersections gets a facelift with innovative bike infrastructure. Check out the photos and video from the intersection.

Do you have a great bikey photo? If so, submit it to the Tucson Velo Summer Photo Contest and win up to $120 in prizes. See the photos already submitted and the entire prize list.

The Tour de France wraps us this week, but thanks to a UA alum you can use his stickers to relive the tour's best climbs locally. Check it out.

BMX bike shop, Craycroft Cycles is more than just a bike shop to the kids it serves. Check out why.

New pavement markings, called Sharrows, carve out space for cyclists on University Boulevard. See what the markings look like.

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