More tacks popped up on yet another popular bike route, Monday. A co-worker of...
Since I rode in the Tour of the Tucson Mountains, I didn’t have a lot of time or energy to report, but I did take some photos at the finish line. You can read the Arizona Daily Star’s story here. I was also close to the crash that is referenced in the story. It took [...]
I reverted back to the original headline only for the link roundup because the only piece of feedback I got liked it better. You can look at the previous link roundup and then vote on which style you prefer. As always post any interesting links you find in the comment section. Protégé, mentor pleased, proud [...]
Roughly 10 cyclists joined BICAS and Tucson’s Bike and Pedestrian Coordinator on a community bike ride touring several potential and planned bike boulevards.. The route took cyclists from BICAS north to University, east to Treat, north to Waverly, West to Fourth and back to BICAS. Thivener stopped at several spots along the route to point [...]
BICAS and Tucson’s bike and pedestrian coordinator, Tom Thivener, are teaming up for a presentation and bike ride discussing bike boulevards in Tucson. Join them at BICAS at 6 p.m. tonight. BICAS will show a movie after the ride.
I’m trying out a new format for my link roundup today. Let me know if you prefer the new format or the old one with headline as link. Tucson gets a mention in this azcentral.com story about problems with laws that supposedly protect Arizona cyclists. A letter writer expresses his frustration over the UA’s decision [...]
The City of Tucson’s Department of Transportation handed out free bike lights to cyclists on Thursday night. City officials had to purchase the 250 front lights for approximately $6.50 each after a donation fell though. “We had to make this event happen no matter what,” City of Tucson bike and pedestrian planner Jennifer Donofrio said. [...]
Check out this blog at the TucsonCitizen.com. Here is an excerpt from the post: I used to bike daily. My bike’s only purpose of late has been getting in my way in the garage, where it slumps with deflated tires. In the three years I’ve lived in Tucson, I’ve hopped on my bicycle twice. Once [...]
I’ve still got some footage from the Urban Assault ride and Tucson Bike Beautiful that I will post soon, but in the meantime check these out:
Post any interesting links you find in the comment section. Bicycle Crochet Video: Little girl parks her bicycle Pushing Pedals, Not Budgets In Ex-Officer’s Trial, Defense Took a Big Detour, but the Video Didn’t Cyclist sentenced for road rage From Daily Wildcat: Finders keepers, losers weepers Pedaling Pregnant Indoor Bike Track Latest Greatest Hope For [...]
Coronado National Forest officials are preparing a land evaluation report that, if approved, would designate thousands of acres of land around the Santa Catalina mountains as wilderness land. That designation would prohibit mountain bikers from riding on trails in the area. Heidi Schewel the Coronado National Forest spokesperson said they try to balance the way [...]
More links to photos from Sunday’s bikey festivities. Cyclovia Tucson’s photos on Facebook Colby’s photos as an intersection volunteer Kathleen Dreier’s Cyclovia photos on FaceBook Cyclovia photos on AzStarNet TFS’s Cyclovia video Dan Majewski’s photos Pam’s Urban Assault photos Official Urban Assault photos You can also check out my photo galleries of all the events: [...]
With four cycling events held on Tucson streets Sunday, April 18, bikes ruled the day. Kylie Walzak from BICAS summed up their participation in the day’s events. “We are out here because it would be ridiculous not to be out here if you have anything at all to do with bicycles,” Walzak said. “There is [...]