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Calling All Passionate Pedalers
Whether you're training for competition or looking to take on some serious mountain bike trails or simply seek to cruise along leisurely, Tucson is perfect for people who prefer to see the world on two wheels.
Everyone likes to get on The Loop, a 100-plus-mile, car-free multi-use path linking parks, communities and retail centers throughout the metro area and Pima County. Plus, our city's famously sunny and dry weather means just about any time is right for a ride. It's no wonder Tucson is consistently ranked as one of the top U.S. cycling cities.
Video: Tucson's Loop, 100 Miles and Growing
Tucson in the News for Cycling
- The Economist's online magazine, 1843 put's Tucson's Mt. Lemmon at the top of The Seven Best Rides in the World
- Tucson is listed as one of the Best U.S. Cycling Towns in USA Today's 10Best Readers' Choice travel awards pole
- Fox News Travel lists The Loop in Tucson as one of America's Best City Bike Paths
- USA Today named Tucson as one of the Top-10 mountain bike destinations in the country
- Walkscore.com ranks Tucson as the #8 Most Bikeable Large City in the U.S.
- Outside Magazine lists Tucson as the nation's Best Road-Biking City
- The Denver Post recognizes Tucson as a Top Winter Biking Destination
- USA Today Travel lists Tucson as One of Ten Great Places for City Cycling
Cycling Resources & Organizations
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