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Explore Our Community By Bike

Tucson is a great place to ride a bike!  If you're new, be sure to get out and explore.  

Bike Rides & Events

The Tucson Loop

The Chuck Huckelberry Loop is a system of paved, shared-use paths and short segments of buffered bike lanes connecting the Cañada del Oro, Rillito, Santa Cruz, and Pantano River Parks with the Julian Wash and Harrison Road Greenway. More than 136 miles of paved pathways and bike lanes have already been completed with additional trails to come.

Tucson Loop Information.  Click Here!

Tuesday Night Ride Social Ride

We consistently meet at the flagpole in front of Old Main on the University of Arizona Campus. The meeting time and place are always the same, but the route is different every week. NOTE: This is generally true, however the meeting place is subject to change at any time.
 If things get weird with the world and you don't see a post or the internet no longer exists, assume the meeting is at the Flag Pole, if the flag pole is not accessible, Himmel.

Best Bicycle Ride in Tucson.  Click Here.

24 Hours in the Old Pueblo Mountain Bike Race

Is this a race or a party?  We've been hanging out at 24 hour town for many years.  Whether you're looking for fast lap times or a physical challenge, 24 HOP will provide.  Take your family, your grandma, the kitchen sink.  You'll have a blast.  Some say aliens will snatch you up during the 2 a.m. night lap.

Best Mountain Bike Race.  Click Here.

Local Bike Clubs

Tucson Spokes (Spokes Fighting Strokes)

Learn More -Tucson Spokes


The Greater Arizona Bicycling Association (GABA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to:

  • Promote and encourage bicycle riding for recreation, fitness, and transportation by offering local day rides and multi-day rides in Arizona and New Mexico.
  • Partner with local organizations serving school-age children teaching bike and road safety skills and bike maintenance and repair.
  • Advocate for the rights of cyclists to be able to share the Arizona roadways with motorists with safety, equity, and respect.
  • Advocate for the development of an infrastructure in Tucson and Pima County that will support a Bike Friendly Culture and Community.

Bike rides and people to ride with - click here

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