Author Archives: biketucsonaz
Amazing Grace … Bag pipes … A solemn and haunting start to the 2017 Tucson Ride of Silence. This annual event, hosted by Look Save a Life and GABA, met at Reid Park. Survivors and family were among those who spoke or rode in the police escorted 10 mile ride through the heart of Tucson. […]
Anyone who was born in the 60’s and coming of age in the seventies and college in the 80’s can relate to this Friday focus spotlight. For kids and teens that were raised in that era the outdoors was our playground. It was waaayyyy before the internet of things, smartphones, Fitbits and helicopter parents. It […]
Weather forecast: Red flag warning – high winds, fire danger, blowing dust, visibility expected to worsen for travel … especially by car. Is Climate Change real? Obviously, yes! Tucson has just experienced two days of record breaking temperatures topping out at over 100°F. It is only May and the roller coaster of weather hitting this […]
Local bike mom and TUSD employee explains what it means to get back on her bike after lengthy hiatus.
There are many things to be grateful for heading in to the Easter weekend. Blue sky, spring blooms, warm weather, the pink full moon, new friends, cracking the 100 mile mark on my latest Diamondback wheels. This month is Bike Fest month in Tucson. It also feels as if there is a feverish pace to […]
It’s refreshing to move to a new city and set about trying to connect with people. One thing is true about Tucson. Even though there are one million, give or take, residents in this large and diverse part of the country, in some ways there is still a small town feel. Being from another bike […]
Meet Dr. Telpriore Greg Tucker, Chemist. Greg is a new resident to Tucson moving from Phoenix six months ago. We were both out exploring the very south end of The Loop near the Pima Air & Space Museum when we stopped for water, tried to get a couple of aircraft photos, and watch the sun […]
Cyclovia was a ‘magical’ event with good food and lots of local arts and culture to explore. The blocked off streets made it easy and fun to ride around. I especially enjoyed the refreshing “Agua Refresca” booth near the MOCA. I would’ve gone on the zipline, but the line was too long. By: Burt Hall, […]
Highlights of the Arizona bicycling summit
In honor of #TBT and the upcoming Living Streets Alliance early April signature event, Cyclovia, I thought it appropriate to take a ride, down memory lane.
Meet my first bike