Friday, March 22, 2013

This Week in Tucson Bicycling

Posted By on Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 9:05 AM

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  • Photo by Russ Roca/PathLessPedaled.com

One of the most amazing collections of vintage bicycles and parts in the country was housed down in Bisbee at the Bisbee Bicycle Brothel. Unfortunately, the proprietor is closing up the shop. Find out why and how long you have to see the collection.

University and Park are now open following months long streetcar construction. Find out why it's a big improvement for riding through the UA.

Tucson's network of bicycle boulevards is getting a new name to make it appeal to more in the community. What do you think they should be called? Check it out.

Another Kidical Mass is on tap for this weekend. According to organizers, you don't have to have kids to join the ride, but you do have to have fun. Check out the details here.

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