Friday, February 17, 2012

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Steve Wilson rides the Book Bike to an event on Sunday.
  • Steve Wilson rides the Book Bike to an event on Sunday.
The Pima County Library's Book Bike made it's initial debut this weekend at the Keeling on the Move event. Get a first hand experience about the bike from the man riding it.

Bikes warranted a mention in Mayor Jonathan Rothschild State of the City address this week. Find out what he had to say about bicycling in the Old Pueblo.

It's easier than ever to get your bike repaired now that Eric Gonnason opened Guido’s Guerrilla Bikes, a mobile bike reapir service. Learn more about him and how to contact him.

Tucson is getting another bike shop, but this one has a few twists. Check out what Tucson's Loop Bicycle Shop has up its sleeve.

Tucson is friendly to bicycles and teams who train here in the winter, but one team learns the hard way that you can't block traffic. Check out why a team support car was issued a citation.

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