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February Productive Hike – AZT Bellota

We’ll be giving the middle of AZT Bellota a winter season tune up. Meeting location is TBD.
What to bring:
-Long work pants or jeans (no shorts or strechy pants), again long pants
-Closed toe shoes/work boots
-Long sleeve shirts (recommended)
-Eye protection(Sunglasses are fine)
-Pack with at least 100oz of H20 and snacks and water(yes it’s important)
-Work gloves(we have gloves if needed)
We’ll provide tools, training, and post-hike snacks and drinks.
Never come out for a “productive hike” before? No problem! We’ll give you the training and continued guidance on appropriate tool usage.

Don’t go down that road- It’s closed

On August 30, 2013 rolling reporter James McKenzie said
Tucson Bicyclists: Warning:  Julian Wash between Kolb and Rita Ranch is CLOSED due to construction.  There are baricades on the Rita Ranch side but not at the entryway on Kolb (well not blocking the bikeway).  There was a dump truck, Bobcat and other ‘stuff’ working to repair the washouts from earlier this year.  And I found out the hard way, I rode down it…