That time I recovered a Stolen Bike

I happy ending. If you follow me on Facebook or look at any of the things I share you can see that a lot of it is not happy news. For example, stolen bikes. I really would prefer to be sharing happy news, photos of people smiling while riding their bikes, the ride list, reviews and recommendations about great new restaurants  or activities going on in the community. Honestly, it weights very heavily on me all the negative things that Continue Reading ››

Community Ride List May 27 – June 2

Somewhere between the bike ride and the hot dogs, I hope you take a few minutes to reflect on why we have this three day weekend.  My heart felt condolences to all who have lost a loved one in the service of our country and my gratitude to all who have served. _________________________________________________________________________ Update on the appeal to the zoning interpretations the WAPA trail access to Honeybee. Both the HOA and My Appeal are at an agreed standstill through the Continue Reading ››

Ride List for May 20-26

The list is getting a little smaller as the heat of summer is coming and many people are heading for cooler climates. Hopefully, next week I’ll find time to beef up  list of some of the best rides in the SW and California if you are looking to get away for a race or some bike touring. One such ride I know is the GABA Luna Lake ride. I’ve done this a few times and if you are looking for Continue Reading ››

Ride list and Thoughts on Whats Happening in Bike Advocacy

It’s been a busy week on the bike front. The city of Tucson is holding public meetings about how to spend $200,000 in impact fees that are designated for Sentinel Peak “A Mountain”.  Your voice matters. Take the survey here. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2RBV6RF Personally, I said “trails”. In the additional comments I mentioned a trail from the Mercado to the top of “A” Mountain and to the South to access Starr Pass and Tucson Mountain Park. This could be so huge for Continue Reading ››

Ride List for April 15-21 2017

This weekend is one of my favorite events of the year. The El Grupo Scavenger Hunt is a super fun, challenging yet a family-friendly event. You bring your bike (and friends!). El Grupo will give you a map of the downtown area. On the back you will find 10 riddles to solve and 10 objects to find. You will race, ride or gallop (at your chosen pace!) within a 3 mile radius of downtown searching for the objects, tackling feats Continue Reading ››

No Joking – Ride list for April Fools day through April 8th

This weekend is the Tour De Mesa.  I hope everyone who is up there has a great ride and keeps the rubber side down.  Sunday Cyclovia will be the perfect recovery ride. Unfortunately, I can’t make it to Mesa, but will be out shooting photos at Cyclovia. It’s that time of the year.  Most of the morning rides start earlier. It seems like each week one of them is changing, so check to make sure the time before you head Continue Reading ››

Community Ride List 3.25.17 – 4.1.17 and beyond

I’m a little late on getting the ride list out.  Work keeps getting in the way of all the fun stuff, like sharing bike rides.    Speaking of work- Real Estate, if you care to see my newest listing, you can click the link below. http://www.flexmls.com/cgi-bin/mainmenu.cgi?cmd=url+other/run_public_link.html&public_link_tech_id=1al36kegdw7r&s=12&cid=1 A HUGE Thanks to everyone who donated last week to the kickstarter campaign to paint the bike Mural at 6th and Stone.  Joe Pagac was able to raise the funds he needed and has already Continue Reading ››

2017 Southern Arizona Omnium

Click The Links below for all the event photos. Mussleman Crit      Colossal Cave Road Race Part 1   Colossal Cave Road Race Part 2 The Southern Arizona Omnium is a three day race that includes the Mussleman Crit, the Flap Jack TT and the Colossal Cave Road Race. The Mussleman Criterium For 20017 the promoters added a Criterium to the Southern Arizona Omnium. The Crit was held  Friday afternoon and evening at the Musselman Honda Circuit Race Course. The First race Continue Reading ››

Community Ride List

Have I mentioned I like Bikes?  Not just to ride, but as public art installations as well. One of my favorite Tucson Artists, Joe Pagac, has a vision for a whimsical bike mural on the corner of Speedway and Stone on Epic Rides Galactic Headquarters.  It represents so much that is great about the Tucson art and cycling community and will be a constant reminder of how important cycling is in the region. Like so many great projects, it does Continue Reading ››

2017 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo

Every spring in the desert North of Tucson the best 24 hour mountain bike race is held. I could tell you about this wonderful extravaganza and the 4000 plus people who come to race, camp and support each other, but instead I’ll just share a few links to my photo albums.  On the weekend I shot over 6000 photos. I’m still in the process of sorting them, but here are a few albums to get a  feel for the festivities. Continue Reading ››