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Breakfast by Bike: Himmel Park to Highland Quad (Tree Ring Lab)

Join us for a mellow cruise from Himmel to Highland Quad (Tree Ring Laboratory) to enjoy some breakfast and great company!

We’ll bring our BOB Trailer loaded up with pancake making gear. Bring a plate, cup, fork if you are able to (If not, we’ve got you!) and an appetite for pancakes. You are also welcome to bring your own camp stove to brew yourself some coffee or tea if you prefer or want..

Meet us at Himmel Park at 7am. We’ll be meeting at the north parking lot near the library. Then we’ll mosey on over to the Highland Quad in the U of A arriving around a little after 7:30.

Breakfast by Bike: Himmel Park to Barrio BMX Jumps

Join us for a mellow cruise from Himmel to Plaza De La Mesilla downtown to enjoy some breakfast and great company!

We’ll bring our BOB Trailer loaded up with pancake making gear. Bring a plate, cup, fork if you are able to (If not, we’ve got you!) and an appetite for pancakes. You are also welcome to bring your own camp stove to brew yourself some coffee or tea if you prefer or want..

Meet us at Himmel Park at 7am. We’ll be meeting at the north parking lot near the library. Then we’ll mosey on downtown to Plaza De La Mesilla arriving around a little after 7:45.

Spring Cyclovia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=FA0EG7XAc7g

Cyclovia Tucson is an Open Streets event which temporarily re-purposes our public streets to be more inclusive of all people. Walk, bike, roll, scoot. During Cyclovia, the streets are yours!

If you think about it, streets occupy a lot of space. In fact, they usually make up the largest amount of public space that exists in urban areas. Cyclovia Tucson takes advantage of this by reimagining Tucson’s streets as places for people and maximizing them with engaging, all-ages activities that bring people together to socialize, support local business, explore the city, and move freely!

Cyclovia isn’t a race. There’s no start and no finish.

Think of Cyclovia as a really long block party;
a miles-long activation of street space to elevate and celebrate community.

While a lot of folks participate in Cyclovia by bike, you can absolutely walk or use people-powered mobility devices such as wheelchairs and handcycles to enjoy the route. Skating, blading, scootering, or simply pulling out a lawn chair to take it all in—participate in whatever way feels good for you, car-free and care-free.

2024 Tour de Cure®: Arizona 56

We’re Not Stopping Until There’s a Cure!

Join Us On: 03/17/2024

Tour de Cure is the premier cycling fundraising event of the American Diabetes Association® (ADA) that creates a sense of unity and shared purpose in the fight to end diabetes. Cycling routes are available for all ages and abilities.

Your ride begins at the Goodyear Ballpark, where MLB Spring Training will be in full swing. You will ride through the scenic Estrella Mountains, then to Phoenix Raceway, where riders will take a lap around the iconic NASCAR racetrack. Everyone will finish their Tour de Cure ride back at the ballpark, where there will be a finish line festival including a health fair, food, entertainment, beer garden, kids zone, and a special VIP section for Red Riders and our Champion fundraisers.