Friday, September 16, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 4:45 PM

Edward Gomez Nava
  • Edward Gomez Nava
The driver accused of killing a cyclist earlier this month was indicted for second degree murder and extreme DUI. Read more about the other indictments here.

One reader wrote that a change on Broadway Boulevard "horrified" her. Find out why and what the city is doing to make it better.

See how one Tucson woman got her stolen bike backafter she found it on EBAY.

Two national bike advocates and their famous vegan chef friend came to Tucson this week for a fun event. Check out the photos.

The national advocacy group recognized a Tucson business as being bike friendly. Find out what business received the award and see what other Tucson business has the same award.

More work is being done on the bicycle loop around the city. Check it out and see how the recent floods have slowed things down.

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