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Bike Fest Coming to Your Neighborhood!

Mar 31, 2016 | Read More News
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Bike FestBike Fest Tucson begins tomorrow and runs the entire month of April with over 30 events and activities scheduled, and more to come. Living Streets Alliance, along with Pima County DEQ Clean Air Program, City of Tucson and many others, brings to the Tucson area this annual celebration of the most incredible form of human-powered transportation in the world!! The Bike Fest events are scattered throughout the Tucson area from east to west and north to south. See below for some great reasons to get rolling this month:
  • Free Bike Maintenance Course (April 1)
  • 2-Mile Commuter Challenge (April)
  • Bike to the Farmers Market (April 3)
  • Tuesday Night Bike Ride (April 5, 12, 19, 26 )
  • Coffee Outside with Saguaro Sippers (April 6)
  • Reggae Ride (April 6)
  • Bike-in Movies (April 7, 9, 15, 23, 29)
  • Will Cycle for Food (April 9, 16)
  • BICAS Basic Maintenance Class (April 9, 21)
  • Cyclovia Tucson: Lost Barrio to Himmel Park (April 10)
  • Sunrise Tour (April 11 & 17)
  • Pirates of Public Health (April 13) Dress like a pirate on your way to work or school!
  • Ride for Reading (April 15)
  • El Grupo Youth Cycling’s Bicycle Scavenger Hunt (April 16)
  • Tour de Cure - American Diabetes Association (April 17)
  • GABA (Greater Arizona Bicycling Association) Bike Swap Meet (April 17)
  • Natural Grocers Breakfast with a Nutritionist (April 17)
  • Eastside Loop Slide (April 19)
  • Sunset Ride to Dragoon Brewing Co. (April 20)
  • Bike * Swap * Sell (April 23)
  • Bike In Camp Out! ( April 23)
  • Roll with the Mayor – Free breakfast & ride (April 26)

“It is great to see our community organizing to promote bicycling, safety, reducing motor vehicle trips and improving air quality” said Beth Gorman, Pima County Department of Environmental Quality Clean Air Program Manager.  
Bike Fest is a program of Living Streets Alliance, in partnership with Pima County Department of Environmental Quality, the City of Tucson and numerous local businesses and community organizations. For more information and a complete list of Bike Fest events.

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