Friday, October 14, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 11:00 AM

Trader Joes and their pumpkins makes it hard to shop by bicycle.
  • Trader Joe's and their pumpkins makes it hard to shop by bicycle.
One Tucson Trader Joe's employee insinuates bicyclists' money is less valuable than motorists money, so it doesn't matter if they can't park their bikes. The manager of the store apologizes.

Go for a ride with a legend! Mountain-bike pioneer Gary Fisher will be in town and Trek Bicycles of Tucson is organizing a ride. More info here.

Got kids? Want to ride bikes with them? Check out this event.

A local cyclist and nutritionist created her own energy bar. Learn more abouther story and find out where to get it.

See what it's like to ride the University of Arizona Gauntlet.

State Representative Steve Farley says the streetcar is the gateway drug to public transportation.

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