Friday, December 2, 2011

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:27 AM

For those dark nights when you don't want to lose your beer. This is just one of the creative pieces you can win at the art auction.
  • For those dark nights when you don't want to lose your beer.
Like bikes? Like art? Check out the BICAS Art Auction. The auction features incredible art made from bicycle parts and all the money goes to BICAS. See some of the pieces here.

A new bike shop in Tucson hopes to be the premier bike shop in Tucson. See how they plan on doing it.

Cyclocross, a wild and crazy type of bicycle race, returns to Tucson after a six year hiatus. Get all the details and go watch for free.

How do you transport toys for needy kids on bicycles? Come find out on Saturday. Check out the Toys for Tots bike ride.

A local Trader Joe's listens to its bicycling customers and upgrades their bicycle parking. Check it out.

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