Friday, October 28, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:00 AM


Check out a video of the new BMX park from the prospective of the riders. Hopefully you don't get motion sickness easily.

The University of Arizona spends $15,000 a year providing free valet bicycle parking to its students. In its second year it has taken off. Find out how many people are using the service.

Hall of famer Bill Walton will be easy to spot while riding all 111 miles of this year's El Tour de Tucson. Find out just how much Walton rides his bike.

The man who invented mountain biking spent an evening this week riding with 120 Tucsonans. Find out what Gary Fisher had to say about the ride.

The cyclist killed last week when he failed to stop at a stop sign had brakes on his bike and didn't appear to be panicking when he rode into traffic on Grant Road. Read more about the crash and see what his friend had to say about him.

Hundreds of people turned out to celebrate Pima County's Loop project completion. Check out all the photos and video from the event.

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