Editor’s note: Be sure to check the site this afternoon to see photos from the Tucson Velo / Chris Hinkle photo booth at Cyclovia. Also, check back tomorrow for a post about the streets in Tucson that are most like the Cyclovia route — with low traffic and safe crossings. Thousands of cyclists, walkers and […]
The 2011 24 hours in the Old Pueblo is in the books. Check out the photos, video and — if you aren’t easily offended — the best, or worst, of the team names. Check out the video to see who was being cheered and who was being jeered: The race was a lot of fun […]
Lots of great images from the 2011 Valley of the Sun Stage race. Check out the images by Mason Ibas. Clicking on an image will open a larger version. Stage 2 road race: 2011 Valley of the Sun – Stage 2 Road Race – Images by Mason Ibas Stage 3 crit: 2011 Valley of the […]
Check out Mason Ibas’ photos from the 2011 McDowell Circuit Race. Clicking on a photo in the slide show will take you to a larger version, which is available for purchase. 2011 McDowell Circuit Race – Images by Mason Ibas
Check out the images and video from the bike vigil held Tuesday to honor the victims of Saturday’s shooting. More than 150 cyclists attended the vigil. If you haven’t read it, check out the post with Gabrielle Giffords talking about cycling.
For the tenth year in a row, the GABA Toys for Tots bike ride will donate dozens of new toys to children in Tucson. The ride, which is organized by the Greater Arizona Bicycling Association, aims to bring out families for a fun bike ride and help less fortunate children in Tucson. Ride organizer, Pam […]
Scott, a Tucson Velo reader, sent me a few photos of bikes “locked” up at the University of Arizona and suggested a feature about how not to lock up your bike. Here are the two photos Scott sent as well as one I took myself and another from a different Tucson Velo reader. Tucson examples […]
Check out the images and video from the Fall 2010 GABA Bike Swap YouTube version here.
Several local artists are creating art by incorporating bicycles into their projects. Monique Laraway • Why: Laraway says when she sold her car in 2003, bikes became an important part of her life. “It has been a way of life for me,” Laraway said. “Everywhere I go and with everything I do, I have my […]
El Grupo’s 7th annual Alley Cat Bicycle Scavenger Hunt: 150: Participants 55: Teams 1 hour: Winning time 10: Prizes raffled 2: Women with skull face paint 1: Dog on a trike Check out the images and video below. Submit your own photos to add to the galley, by clicking on “Contact” at the top of […]
There is an inverse relationship between the temperature and the number of trips and miles I’ve ridden with my daughter Lucilia. Mix in a mother who is getting slightly more comfortable with the prospect after joining us on several rides and you’ve got the most miles and trips Luci and I have been on. Last […]
I received and email from a reader about Mountain Lion activity in Sabino Canyon. Here is his note: Hello, I’m a local Tucson cyclist that rides often in Sabino Canyon and I thought that the cycling community should be aware of some very recent–within the past week–mountain lion activity. The US Forest Service put out […]