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Ride Tucson

Find freedom to ride, on or off the road.




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Best Ride Ever... 

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.

Amazing opportunities for both mountain biking and road biking are around every corner and with hundreds of miles of trails and bike routes, riders of all levels can easily get their fix. And if you'd like a more customized cycling experience, check out our options for Cycling Day Trips.

Everyone likes to get on The Loop, a 131-mile car-free network of multi-use trails and paved paths that spans the metro Tucson area, allowing cyclists, pedestrians, joggers and equestrians an opportunity to exercise, commute, and enjoy our beautiful Sonoran Desert. Our TUGO bike share program makes it easier than ever for both visitors and locals to cruise around the city. 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.

...See for yourself

Here are some of our favorite rides in the Tucson area.





Feb 02

Santa Catalina Omnium (UA Campus Criterium and Oracle Road Race) February 2, 2019 - February 3, 2019

The University of Arizona Cycling Team and Sabino Cycles present the... Read More

Feb 15

24 Hours in the Old Pueblo February 15, 2019 - February 17, 2019

A lively celebration of mountain biking culture in Tucson's beautiful... Read More

Mountain Biking

Mountain Bike Mecca Tucson has been hard at work crafting its own unique cycling culture for decades, and when it comes to mountain biking there's... Read More

Road Biking

Hitting the Road Tucson and cycling go together like spokes and hubs, like press-fit bearings and bottom brackets, like LeMond and the color yellow -... Read More

WTC - Winter Training Capital

Space, Sun and Everything You Need Tucson is a top-ranked Winter Training Capital. Is that because the sun shines 350 days a year here? Or... Read More