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Updated Photos: El Tour de Tucson 2013

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2011 El Tour de Tucson on Cargo Bikes

Editor’s note: This is one of several posts about the 2011 El Tour de Tucson. Check out stories about how the celebrity cyclists fared, a map of where all 6,000 cyclist call home, a post about the Cargo Bike El Tour de Tucson, an editorial, a searchable database of results. Back when I ordered the […]

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2011 El Tour de Tucson: Searchable results database

Editor’s note: This is one of several posts about the 2011 El Tour de Tucson. Check out stories about how the celebrity cyclists fared, and look for a video, a post about the Cargo Bike El Tour de Tucson, an editorial, a searchable database of results. The searchable database below represents the most updated version […]

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By the numbers and photos: 2011 El Tour de Tucson

Editor’s note: This is the first post of several about the 2011 El Tour de Tucson. In the coming days look for stories about how the celebrity cyclists fared, a video, a post about the Cargo Bike El Tour de Tucson, an editorial, a searchable database of results and a map of cyclist’ hometowns. Here […]

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UPDATED: Photos: El Tour de Tucson 2011

Editor’s note: In the coming days look for a story about how the celebrity cyclists fared, a video, a post about the Cargo Bike El Tour de Tucson, an editorial, a searchable database of results and a map of where cyclists came from. In the meantime, here are 50 photos from Saturday’s ride.

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Friends of injured El Tour rider seeking donations for medical bills

Friends of a Denver cyclist who was injured during El Tour de Tucson in November are attempting to raise $10,000 to pay for an air ambulance flight from Tucson to Denver. Joe Neer went down early on the 109-mile route when his wheel got stuck in a crack in the travel lane on Mission Road. […]

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El Tour de Tucson roundup: Photos, map, links and more

The 28th El Tour de Tucson was the second biggest event in its history about 8,500 people riding. Check out the map below to see where all the riders came from. You can zoom in and click on the red dots to see how many cyclists came from each location. You can find the results […]

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2010 El Tour de Tucson photos and thread

How was you El Tour de Tucson? Leave a comment in below telling us how it went for you. In the meantime, here are a few pictures from the finish line. Check out the El Tour roundup, which includes links to photos around the web, ride reports, a searchable database and a map of all […]

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My story: From 300 pounds to El Tour finisher

The El Tour de Tucson bike ride is a big milestone for me each year. I participated in my first El Tour de Tucson in 2008. The 36-mile ride was my big goal after having started riding a bike five months earlier. While 36 miles seems easy now, at the time I weighed 275 pounds […]

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In time for El Tour, Pima County paving project close to completion

Two Pima County paving projects have been completed or are nearing completion. The first project — a section of Sunrise Drive between Craycroft and Kolb Roads — will be far enough along to provide a smooth ride for El Tour de Tucson participants. The final layer of asphalt was added last week, though as of […]

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Perimeter needs more El Tour riders to meet goal

The staff at Perimeter Bicycling Association of America is entering the final stretch in preparation for El Tour de Tucson. Sally Valenzuela, a Perimeter Bicycling staff member, said they set a goal of having more riders this year than last. Last year 8,228 cyclists participated in the event —  El Tour de Tucson’s third largest. […]

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This year’s El Tour dedicated to four-time Olympian

Four-time Olympian John Howard, 63, is being honored by El Tour de Tucson event organizers. In a news conference Thursday, Perimeter Bicycling Association of American’s president Richard DeBernardis announced the 28th El Tour de Tucson would be dedicated to Howard. Howard, a US National Road Race champion, set the bicycle land speed record by going […]

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