Explore Tucson… On Your Bike

Photo by Pascal Maramis

Attention Tucson: Bike Fest 2012 is back through April 22 and many local groups are hosting bicycle events to inspire riders of all ages and skill levels.

Bike Fest serves as an umbrella network for nearly 20 bike-friendly events such as Bike to Work Week, Tucson’s Inaugural Kidical Mass, The Old Pueblo Grand Prix, Bike to the Zoo Day and more. Bike Fest 2012 is expected to attract more than 50,000 participants across all scheduled events.

Bike Fest showcases bicycling as a safe and convenient alternative means of navigating through the community, while educating and encouraging riders to participate in community bike activities.

So, mount your saddle, brrriing that bike bell and pedal down to celebrate healthy living, open streets, fresh air and Tucson sunshine this spring! Keep up with all the events by following the “Bike Fest 2012” Facebook page.

What’s happening this week?

Bike to Work Week – Bike to work and your efforts will be well rewarded! All week long, businesses throughout Greater Tucson will be hosting Bike to Work Stations with freebies, discounts, bike tune-ups and more – from breakfast giveaways to happy hour. Support your local bike-friendly businesses and discover some new ones.


Who: Everyone!
What: Bike Fest 2012
When: Through April 22
Where: Throughout the greater Tucson region
Why: To have fun, be healthy, and celebrate bicycling

1 Comment

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One response to “Explore Tucson… On Your Bike

  1. Marilyn Walsh

    Will have to share with my brother…he is a biker and would love this maybe next year on his way to visit us from Kansas…he always brings his bikes…!
    Do you normally give more notice of upcoming rides…?

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