Don’t forget about the 2014 TucsonVelo Summer Photo Contest. Here are a few recent submissions. Here’s how you can enter the contest: Every reader can submit two bikey images to be included in the contest. The photos must have been taken this summer. The deadline for entry is Monday, August 12. You are welcome to […]
It’s time once again for the TucsonVelo.com summer photo contest. Here’s how it works: Every reader can submit two bikey images to be included in the contest. The photos must have been taken this summer. The deadline for entry is Monday, August 12. You are welcome to submit an image and swap it out later […]
About 20 people showed up for the Mesquite Harvesting Ride, which was led by Bike Commuter of the Year Brad Lancaster. Lancaster is well known for his water harvesting and gleaning work.
For the last sixty days, artist, bike advocate and former Arizona Wildcat Jennifer Beatty has been recreating iconic posters by using only bike parts. Her project, 100Hoopties.com, stems from a series of 100 Days projects, which is part of the Masters in Branding at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Beatty, who has worked as […]
You probably noticed my it was very quiet on Tucson Velo the last couple weeks. My family and I were fortunate enough to be able to spend two weeks roaming around Southern California. The bulk of our time was spent in the Ocean Beach area of San Diego and Oceanside 30 miles north of San […]
The family and I went for a stroll to the beach this afternoon and came across these two bike parked at the Ocean Beach Elementary School. The banana seat bike is rad. But it’s even cooler to see bikes parked at a school.
From here on out I’ll have a Tucson Police Department motorcycle park next to my locked bike. Seems to make your bike pretty secure.
Check out photos and video from Thursday’s Ride for Reading delivery to Holloway Elementary School. A group of about 20 rode from the Amphitheater district headquarters on Wetmore Road to the school on Prince Road. Here’s a video of the group arriving at the school:
Check out few photos from this year’s bicycle Easter Egg Hunt. The Bike Fest Tucson event was hosted by Tucson Velo sponsor, Transit Cycles, the Mercado San Agustín. There were several easter egg caches within a mile of the Mercado. Check out the photos.
Thousands of people turned out for the 2014 Spring GABA Bike Swap looking for good deals on bikes and parts. Check out the photos below from the swap. Leave a comment telling us what you scored or sold! 12►
The desert is a tough place to ride. There are cactuses: And poisonous venomous creatures And soon… the heat. Enjoy the weather while you can. Also. Potholes. Always the potholes.
Cyclists and racing fans descended on downtown Tucson Saturday afternoon and evening for the 2014 Old Pueblo Grand Prix. Check out a few photos from the event.