Community Ride list Oct 3-9

This week I spent over 10 hours updating the ride list. I hope you like it.   I tracked down all the races across the State of Arizona as well as events that looked fun for those who love bicycles.

If you want to ensure you get this list, send an email with your name to and put Ride List in the subject.

On a very sad note, this week, ANOTHER cyclist was killed while riding his bike in Tucson.  Daniel Wilson (30) was hit by a car from behind on September 29th. He leaves behind 2 young daughters Libbie (6) and Clementine (4).

On January 19th 2016, I’ve started to organize a ride on the Arizona Capital.  We will be introducing legislation, AGAIN, for vulnerable users- those who legally use the road but are not in a motor vehicle.  For years we have been trying to raise awareness for every ones safety with common sense bills like a No texting and driving ban.  Arizona was the first state to introduce this bill, BUT one of only 3 states without it.  It’s time we speak up with a uniform voice on behalf of our community and make sure that the State enacts these protections for all of us.  If you want to get involved with this ride, email and put Ride on the Capital in the subject.

If you would like to make a donation to Daniel’s family this link is below.


I DID NOT CONFIRM EVERY TIME, but did get in touch with most of the ride leaders and shops.  You should always verify times before you head out.


What Where When Distance/Time Speed Contact
U of A Cycling Monday Mosey Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Monday6:30AM 1-1.5 hours Max 20 miles 
Ben’s Bike MTB Meet at shop Monday6:00 PM 1-2 hours Easy, fun, social Ben’s Bikes
Hills, Hills Hills Bashas Kolb/Sunrise Tuesday5:30AM 20 milesAbout an hour 12-14HILLS Damion Alexander977-5664
Velo Vets  VA Blind Rehab Center at the VA Hospital  Tuesday 4:45PM Two rides.  One on VA campus. Other on The Loop easy, fun, social and service ride Giuliana DonnellyPhone:520-465-5186

Tuesday “Shootout” University/Euclid Tuesday6:30AM 2.5 hours40 miles Fast
RBAR Energy MTB Ride& Rbar Samples Fantasy Island North Side Tuesday5:30PM Easy ride
Tuesday Night Fast Fixed Ride Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Tuesday6:30PM Few Hours Varies Fast
Tuesday Night Ride Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Tuesday8:30PM 12-18 miles Slow FacebookTuesday Night Bike Ride
UA Cycling  Wed.Worlds Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Wed6:30AM 40-60 miles
Mt. Lemmon University/Euclid Wed6:30AM 55-60 Miles
JKG DnA Easy Udall Parking Lot Wed5:30AM Udall-Mile post 3 on Lemmon CasualNoDrop
Heavy Pedal Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Wed7:00PM Different route each week
Wednesday Shredzday Sierra Vista 31.501495, -110.274078 Wed7:00PM 10 miles Sun & Spokes. 520.458.0685
Bike Polo UofA Mall Wed8:00PM
Up OracleThursday Shootout University and Euclid Thurs6:30AM Fast
Hills, hills, hills Bashas Kolb/Sunrise Thurs5:30AM 20 miles 12-14(but Hills) Damion Alexander977-5664
Tim Carolan Ride AJ’sSunrise/Campbell Thursday7:00AM 45 miles 18 plus timcarolan@mac.com548-3624
U of A Cycling Thursday Thrill Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Thurs6:30AM 1-1.5 hours Max 20 miles Easy Ride
Ordinary Bike Shop Ride Ordinary Bike Shop Thursday7AM 10-20 Miles Conversational Pace Nate Woiwode
The JKG Flagship ride Le Buzz Thurs5:30AM Le Buzz to Molina Basin Hammer fest JKG Strava on Facebook
Tasty Chipolte Night Ride Sierra VistaChipotle  6 or circle K at 6:30 Thursday6:00PM-  Chipotle 6:30 PM

Circle K on BST

20-25 miles No drop Sun & Spokes. 520.458.0685
U OF A Cycling  Friday Freewheelin Flagpole  – West Side of  Old Main Friday6:30AM 2 hours30-40 miles Team Time Trial Practice
Bicycle Ranch Tucson Group Bicycle Ranch at Oracle and Ina  Saturday 6:30AM 48 (shorter option of 35 as well) miles 17-20MPH Free Breakfast after rideSteve 520-219-4311
TheOld  Man Shootout University andEuclid Saturday 6:15AMNext week new ride time 60 Mile (can be extended to 100) Fast20 MPH+
The Big Boy Shootout University andEuclid Saturday 6:30AM AMNext week new ride time 60 Miles(can be extended to 100) Faster
Performance Speedway Shop Ride 3302 E. Speedway Blvd Saturday 7:00AM 15-20 miles 12-15No drop 327-3232‎
Performance Broadway Shop Ride 7204 e Broadway Saturday 7:00AM 10-15 miles beginner 12-15No drop pbs054@performanceinc.com520-296-4715
Broadway Bicycles Shop Ride Various RoutesCall Scott Saturday 7:00AM Scott 296-7819
Miles Ahead Shop Ride I’m sad to say that Miles Ahead has closed and one of the best shop rides in Tucson is no more.  If you are interested in starting a Pistol Hill Ride Every week, please let me know so I can put it here.  I know there is an interest, we just need someone to step up.  Thanks Geoff for having such a great ride.  You and Miles Ahead will be missed.
Ben’s Bike Ride At Ben’s bike7431 Houghton Saturday8:00AM 6-10 miles Easy www.bensbikestucson.com520-574-2453
Sabino Cycle Shop Ride Varies- email Steve  to be on the list Saturday 6:30AM No Drop 
Tucson Endurance Performance Center Ride Mountain Bike Ride Contact shop for details.  Different route weekly. Saturday 7:30AM 
Performance Speedway Shop Ride 3302 E. Speedway Blvd Sunday6:30AM 30-35 miles 12-15 327-3232‎
Tucson Endurance Performance Center Ride 6448 N Oracle  Sunday7:30AM
Ben’s Bikes At Ben’s bike7431 Houghton Sunday 8AM 35-40 17-20 www.bensbikestucson.com520-574-2453



PLEASE NOTE- Category below just for Mountain Bikes

What Location Date/Time Distance Speed Contact- More Info
Zona CyclingFirst of the Month Mt Lemmon Ride Le BuzzTanque Verde & Catalina Hwy Saturday10.03.15


25 miles ??? Do you know?? Email me
Tucson Recumbent Cyclists UofA, in the parking lot on Palm Dr. Saturday10.03.15


20.3 miles Mach 3 or slower
SONOITA, NOGALES AND BACK Southwest corner of Hwy 83 and the intersection with Hwy 82 in Sonoita Saturday,10.03.15

7:00 AM

56 miles 14-16NOT a “no rider left behind” ride               
Ride On Cycling Group Training Ride :  Time Market – 444 E. University Blvd. Sunday10.04.15


40-45 16-19 mph  Dean Drawbaugh
Riders for the Cure Starbuck at River and Campbell Sunday10.04.15


46.59 miles different levels splits up into 2-3 groups Charlotte Dobson
Tu Nidito Ride For a Child Training Ride Tu Nidito3922 N. Mountain Ave Sunday10.04.15



Ride leaves at 6:30 sharp.“A” Ride – Longer Ride, Moderate Pace – Average Speed is 18 mph and up. This ride will be approximately 50+ miles.


“B” Ride – Shorter Ride – Slower Pace – Average Speed is 15 mph. This ride will be approximately 40+ miles


“C” Ride – Beginner Ride – Slower Pace – no drop. This ride will head out with the “B” cyclists at a slower pace. The ride will be approximately 25-30 miles.


Join us for bagels and conversation after the ride!

Back to Back Lemmon Headed friends Ride part 2 – The sequel Mt LemmonMile Post 0 Sunday10.04.15


To the top Observatory Friendly group.  Stay together    
        El Tour Training WestSide Long Wk:4 72 Miles Fry’s Marketplace12100 N Thornydale Rd, Sunday10.04.15


72 This is NOT a no-drop ride.
El Tour Training EastSide Long Wk 4: 70 miles Morris Udall Park7290 E. Tanque Verde Sunday10.04.15


70nmiles Fast and Slow. Self supportd
El Tour Training Ride WS Short Week 4 – 40 Miles Fry’s Marketplace12100 N Thornydale Rd, Sunday10.04.15


40 miles This is NOT a no-drop ride.
DOWNTOWN El Tour Training Ride – Wk 4- hills 54 miles Armory Park221 S. 6th Ave, Sunday10.04.15


54 miles 12-14 mph
El Tour Training Ride – East Side Short 35 miles Basha’s parking lot, Camp Lowell and Swan Sunday10.04.15


35 miles
The Bicycle Loop Ride Udall Park Monday10.05.15


58 miles 14-15 MPH
Tuesday rides are back! Jerry Bob’s on Speedway just east of Grady Ave Tuesday10.06.15


28 miles 12-14mph
Gates Pass Starbucks 5970 W Arizona Pavillons Tuesday10.06.15


44 miles 18 plus
Hohokam Park Village Bakehouse, SE corner of Oracle and McGee Wednesday10.07.15


26-35 Miles 3 groups (speed/distance)
Pistol Hill – Kino Stadium Ride Udall Park Wednesday10.07.15


55 miles 15-16MPH
Saguaro Park East Loop Ride Udall Park Friday10.09.15


30-39 MILES 15-16mph
Saguaro Nat Monument Le Buzz Friday10.09.15


30-35 MILES 16-18mph

THIS WEEKS MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDES  ^^^^Road rides are above^^^^

What Location DateTime Time  Distance Speed Contact- More Info
Lets do a lap at the 24 hr and go have lunch 24 Hour Course at Willow Springs-Meeting at the Arch Saturday, 10.03.157AM This is going to be 16.5 miles of pretty easy riding.  no riders left behind.
Old Pueblo MTB: 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo from the Arch 24 Hour Course at Willow Springs-Meeting at the Arch Sunday10.04.15


This Sunday we are going to do a 17 miles loop at 24 HOP.
Monday Night @ Gabe Zimmerman Gabe Zimmerman TrailheadMarsh Station Monday, 10.05.156:30PM We ride from sahuarita rd to lakes rd and back. No rider left behind.
Wednesday Night Ride at 50 Year Trail 50 Year/Golder Ranch TH4798 E Golder Ranch Drive Wednes, 10.07.15 6:00pm Original plan will be to do The Chutes and back 



What Location Date Contact
On October 05 a group representing you from CASA, SAMBA, SDMB, and TORCA will be meeting with the Marana Parks and Recs and other Admin to discuss the access to the trails in the Tortilita mountains.  Private property owners have requested that Bikes not use Cougar Canyon road and Como to access the trails.  Last week, I was very upset about this and the ride list had some bitter commentary towards the cycling community that resulted in the road being closed.  I do try to keep a level head as it is the best way to accomplish any task.  I apologize if I upset anyone.

Boys & Girls Club bike repair

Boys and Girls Club1935 S. Columbus, Tucson

Friday, October 2, 2015

3:00 PM



When New Belgium puts on a ride you know it is going to be a good time.

Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


REILLY Craft Pizza & Drink101 E Pennington St

Tuesday, October 6at 5:00pm – 10:00pm

How will the Pima County Bonds Benefit cycling in the old Pueblo.

Presented by me, Damion Alexander.

November 3, 2015 Pima county residence will have an opportunity to vote on 7 bonds. These bonds will have a huge impact on our community. Come out to the Bicycle Ranch and find out specifically how they will improve our roads, build a Velodrome, BMX parks, and help fund the completion of the Urban Loop.

Thursday, October 8at 6:00am – 7:00am

AZ Endurance series

Coconino Stage Bikepack

Friday, October 9, 2015 at 7:00am

The Damion Alexander Team is proud to sponsor

Habitat for Humanity Bike to Build Day

3 ride options, road and MTB, all finishing with a build day for habitat for humanity.  Volunteers are needed. Riders are needed. You are neededJ



6:30am Ride starts with brief welcome, then staggered start Lucas


Halloween Ride With Mountain Bike Legend Gary Fisher

There are going to be multiple rides.  Starting with a family costume contest ride on the AZ trail and a night ride to a bar TBD.


10. 31. 2015

Damion Alexander

Cyclovia Tucson

Midtown Route

Sunday 11.01.2015 10am – 3pm

El Grupo Fall Fondo

Tucson’s best Fondo.  A great time in the saddle supporting youth cycling. Sunday11.01.2015

PIMA COUNTY BOND ELECTION.  If the bond passes it will have a huge impact on the cycling community.  The projects that will benefit the cyclist include the Velodrome, 2 BMX parks, The Loop (and other non-mechanized trails), repaving roads, open space for MTB trails, and new trailheads.  The cost for the average home owner will be less than 18.00 a year.  Have questions.  Please call me, Damion, at 977-5664.  I’ve spent hundreds of hours working on this and have facts.  If you have a concern, I’m here to answer them.
RIDE ON THE CAPITAL. January 19th 2016.For years we have been attempting to pass legislation in Arizona for the safety of all cyclist. The time has come for all riders to unite and pay our elected officials a visit. The vision is for all bikes: Road, Mountain Bikes, Commuters, recumbent, Trikes, Unicycles and anything else you can pedal or ride to attend.

Bike shops and cycle supportive businesses from around the state will participate and have prizes for those who ride the farthest to get to the capital, those who bring the largest groups, and just random prizes for participating.

TORCA Mountain Bike Pachanga featuring the 3rd Annual Poker Ride

Gordon Hirabayashi Campground



Silverbell Century

Two Weeks Before El Tour!

Options for 97, 66, and 30 miles Registration and Start 7 – 9 AM



The Sandbox Showdown

Perhaps the greatest collections of misfits, deviants, dissenters, oddballs, outsiders, and eccentric riders all in one sandy place, riding Fatbikes in a wash to be named. Saturday11.14.15

2015 Step Out: Tucson, AZ

Walk to stop Diabetes

Rillito Downs | Event Details Sunday, November 15th 9:00 AM Sunday11.15.15

GABA Fall Bike Swap

Parts, Bikes, accessories, friends, the swap meet has it all.  It also has a new day.  Same as The Urban Assault.  My recommendation, sign up for the UAR as it will have a stop near the Bike Swap.  Stop, shop, enjoy, let the other guy win the UA, they beer will still be there when you finish at the bike swap.


Urban Assault Ride

Beer, Bikes and Big Wheels.  It’s hard to have as much fun on a bike as this ride.  It’s been away for a few years and it’s time for the Old Pueblo to welcome them back


El Tour De Tucson

Ride 104, 75,55 40 Mile Events or 11 mile, 5 mile and ¼ mile Fun Rides.

Want a free registration, a cycling jersey, training rides?  Sign up for Tu Nidito’s Ride for a child (




Name Description Date Location Contact Info
Tour of the White Mountains Mountain bikes, beer & BBQ.  Epic knows how to throw a party + the riding is pretty good to boot 10.3.157Am Pinetop 
Mt. Graham, Hill Climb A slightly uphill Road Race.  Very slightly!  10 and 20 mile options. 10/04/2015 Mt. Graham, Hill Climb
AZ Endurance seriesCoconino Stage Bikepack The 250-mile route has about 40-50% singletrack, some of which is pretty darn technical, and about 33k of climbing. Friday, 10.09.15 7:00am Flaggstaff
Prescott 6’er Riders will have a 9.4 mile loop with single track, hills and switchbacks for 6 hours, oh my. 10.10.159:00AM 1200 Commerce Drvie Prescott, AZThe Brownlow Trail System. 
Edward Jones “Tour de Ted – Tempe” 10 miles and 32 miles 10.10.15 Scottsdale, AZ AOA Parking Lot,16447 N 91st St
Cochise County Cycling Classic 27,47,95 and 165 miles of rural roads in Southern Arizona. 10.10.156:30AM 3677 N Leslie Canyon Rd Douglas, AZ
Tour de Tonopah 100Km, 65Km and a 20Km bike ride, all of which traverse the picturesque Sonoran Desert. 10.10.157:00AM 38201 W Indian School Rd, Tonopah, AZ Vince


Tour De Scottsdale 30 and 70 mile ride benefiting  is the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, 10.11.15  Market Street in DC RanchScottsdale 
The Ride430 Challenge 2014 The Ride 430 Challenge is a non-profit cycling event that helps give America’s injured military service people and their families hope and assistance as they travel the road to recovery. 10.14-17.15   Mesa, Wickenburg, Prescott, Payson, Scot, AZ
Tour De Bosa A 53 mile tour around the valley stopping at 7 Bosa Donut locations along the way! 10.18.156:30AM 7113 E 1st Ave Scottsdale, AZ
7th Annual 100: A Ride for Jim Stenholm The 100 celebrates Jim Stenholm and the everyday heroes that do it all The 100 gives back to the children and families of fallen first responders through the 100 Club of Arizona. 10.24.157:00AM Desert Horizon Park16002 N 56th St, Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Flat Tire Cross – at the Cranky Cross Cyclocross.  Need I say more? Saturday10.24.15     Globe, AZ
Vanderkitten Woman’s Day Ride by Performance Bike 25,38, an 50 miles. This ride is open to both men and women of all abilities 10.25.156:30AM 8402 West Thunderbird Lane Peoria, AZ Chris


Cycle Crit Showdown See below Sunday10.25.15 TUCSON
    Northern AZ CX p/b Absolute Bikes See above. Saturday10.31.15 Flagstaff
Kentucky Camp (Arizona Endurance Series) 29 and 46 mile options 11.07.159:00Am AZ Trail. 
Cave Creek Cactus Classic 23 miles of beautiful mountain and Sonoran desert trails. Sunday11.14.15


6033 E Cave Creek Rd Cave Creek, AZ
Triple C Cyclocross November 14/15 Tucson
El Tour De Tucson Ride 104, 75,55 40 Mile Events or 11 mile, 5 mile and ¼ mile Fun Rides.Want a free registration, a cycling jersey, training rides?  Sign up for Tu Nidito’s Ride for a child ( Sunday11.21.15


Picketpost Punisher 36,55,76 miles.  This is serious off road mayhem Saturday11.21.15 PicketPost
Horse Lovers p/b Bicycles of Phoenix- Cranky Cross It has beer handoffs.  It has mud and jumping on and off bikes over obstacles Saturday11.28.15 Phoenix
AZ endurance series 31 miles ride around the McDowell range. 61 miles will utilize the new Gooseneck trail to add in the Brown’s Ranch area. Saturday12.05.15 7:30am Scottsdale, Arizona.
Race around the Farm – Cranky Cross You guessed.  It’s not a road race.  It’s not a mtn bike race.  It’s nobby tires with drop bars.  Hopefully it will be muddy. Sat/Sunday12. 5-6.15 Gilbert
Dawn to Dusk From sun-up until the big light in the sky goes out.15.5 mile laps. 12.12.157:23AM McDowell Mountain Regional Park, Pemberton Trail
AZ CROSS Series Finals /TREK CX State Championships C                    OSSSSSSSSSSY                R

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December 19 Gilbert 


ADVOCACY OPPORTUNITIES – WANT BETTER BIKE INFRASTRUCTURE? GET INVOLVED.  Feel free to e-mail if you want to get involved in the Velodrome Committee, CASA- Cycling Advocates of Southern Arizona, GABA – Greater Arizona Bicycle Association, Sonoran Desert Mountain Bike SDMB, Tucson Off Road Cyclist & Activists TORCA, El Grupo Youth Cycling, Tu Nidito Ride For A Child.  Added bonus, I’ll be there and the pictures are free;-)


These rides are not mine.  I am only sharing the data.  The Damion Alexander Team  cannot guarantee anybody’s safety.  There are unknown and unforeseen potential hazards in every ride so you should  pay attention and take reasonable precautions.  I always use a helmet.  I think that Helmets are required when riding.  If you choose to listen to music during rides you should only use the headset in the right ear and keep the headset out of the left ear. Better yet, buy a FarEnd Gear earbud.  Communication is essential during all rides and having the ability to hear is a part of your responsibility to others.  Please also ride within your limitations. You are  not racing the Tour de France.  If you see someone  that is  not riding within their limitations or are becoming a hazard to others we should politely bring this to their your attention  Dothis for your and everybody’s safety.

Also, it is everybody’s responsibility to follow all traffic laws.  We are not lemmings.  Just because somebody does something foolish does not mean you need to follow.  Use your head and enjoy your ride.




WHERE DO ALL THE RIDES COME FROM?  These links and shops and clubs and teams and facebook and YOU.  See a ride that is missing.  Please let me know  Thanks


*Vistoso Cyclist

Cactus Cycling

Greater Arizona Bicycle Association GABA-

*Tucson Tri Girls

Zona Cyclist

JKG Strava –

U of A Cycling

Velo Vets  Phone 520-465-5186

Tuesday Night Ride

Bicycle Commuters of Tucson

Mountain Bike

Tucson Offroad Cyclists and Activists TORCA

Southern Arizona Mountain Bike Association (SAMBA)

Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists

Tucson Mountain Bike Addicts \

Our MTB Rides – Dave Slagle

Old Pueblo Mountain Bike – Todd Rasmussen 520-256-1340

RBAR – Jesus Friaa 520-271-3776


Shop Rides

Performance Bicycles Speedway Tucson –

(520) 327-3232‎

Performance Bicycles Broadway – 520-296-4715

Fairwheel Bikes  (520) 884-9018

Grasky Endurance Coaching

Broadway Bicycles

Bicycle Ranch Tucson – (  520-219-4311

Ben’s Bikes  520-574-2453


Tucson Recumbent Cyclists


This list is a major time commitment and it is my pleasure to put it together.  All I ask in return for the list is that you remember I’m A REALTOR.  If you have a relationship with another REALTOR, I love loyalty and respect those relationships.  However, if not, or if you need a second opinion, Please keep me in mind.  Many agents spend money advertising for new business, others sit open houses or cold call.  My business is based on referrals from past clients and friends.  The less time I have to do traditional prospecting the more I can do for the cycling community.  For example: this list.





TBC Circuit Race Part one.

Lets get this party started.  The early start.  There are nearly 2000 images to get through from the circuit race.  Today I need to prospect for new business for my real estate team.  However, I’d rather save the time and focus on the photos, for you.  So, send me a referral today and I can justify rocking through all the images.  Otherwise, I’m going to need to focus on my real job and leave the hobby for next week.

These photos are a major time commitment and it is my pleasure to take the photos and share them with you. All I ask in return for the photos is that you remember I’m A REALTOR. If you have a relationship with another REALTOR, I love loyalty and respect those relationships. However, if not, or if you need a second opinion, Please keep me in mind. Many agents spend money advertising for new business, others sit open houses or cold call. My business is based on referrals from past clients and friends. The less time I have to do traditional prospecting the more I can do for the cycling community. For example: these photo albums. THANKS!!!



Dave Slagle

Todd Rasmussen 520-256-1340

Tucson Mountain Bike Addicts :



Southern Arizona Mountain Bike Association (SAMBA) has lots of rides organized and posted on or


There is also the Zona bike rides.  See facebook page for details.

BAC second Wednesdays at himmel






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I’d like to nominate Jim Davis for Bike Commuter of the year.  Jim works for Tucson Fire Dept.  A few years back, the fire chief told all the firemen that they were going to need to put in some time of the work day into being physically fit.  I think this was directed at more of the desk jockeys/admin and others.  Jim took up cycling at that time.  What started as a mandate from work has turned into a full blown bike obsession.  Not only is Jim communing every day, but he is also racing his bike, and has become a known and welcomed face in that community.   I think that is what makes his story so special(even if it is common).  One discipline, like commuting, can lead to a bike obsessed life.  Last year Jim logged over 12,000 miles.

In addition to riding, Jim is one of the friendliest and outgoing people I’ve ever met while riding.  Every day I come across Jim on the Bike he has a huge smile, endless encouragement for everyone he sees, and my day is simply better.

I’d also like to mention that Jim is African American.  This is important as minorities are way under represented in the cycling community and we need to recognize those that are riding.  This will encourage others to get on their bikes and ride.


I go to a few hundred bike rides and events every year.  At all of these events, there is one person I see more than any other.  This is Alisa Payne Neave.  Many people might not notice her, but she is always doing something to help.  She is often the first there and the one of the last to leave.  She has been active in getting her own kids on bikes, riding with her husband, Arnold.  She rides on the road, she rides on the MTB.  She has helped with Look Save a Life, On the news for Silverbell Road about the cars driving in the bike lanes,  Camped out for the youth ride on the AZ Trail.




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