Friday, March 30, 2012

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 11:00 AM

A mother and son participate in the San Luis Obispo Kidical Mass. Photo by SLO County Bicycle Coalition
  • A mother and son participate in the San Luis Obispo Kidical Mass. Photo by SLO County Bicycle Coalition
The first ever Tucson Kidical Mass will hit Tucson streets on Saturday morning. Find out what Kidical Mass is and how you can join the ride.

Cyclovia Tucson organizers hoped to put together a second event in April after the first was rained out. That's not going to happen. Now the group is focusing on a Cyclovia in October.

A cyclist who uses his bike to get around Tucson decides to take the bus instead. He found a tool that makes it a lot easier to use the bus. Check it out.

How does religion and bicycling work together? Read the guest post to find out.

Several biking families showed off their family bike setups and offered tips to get started in biking with kids. Check out the photos to see the funky looking bikes.

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