Inspired by the British Hill Climb Series, we wanted to give Tucson’s cycling community a similar experience. We are proud to announce that the registration to our Hill Climb up A Mountain is open.
Even though it is a USA Cycling event, it is open to anyone who would like to try their climbing legs on this one mile stretch of A Mountain. No USA Cycling license is required.
The A Mountain park will be closed to traffic and we hope to have some creative KOM and QOM awards. The race is up the hill, use caution when coming down.
I hope you can join us for our first Hill Climb up A Mountain.
Thank you Arizona LOOK! Save a Life for putting on this years Ride of Silence.
The Ride of Silence has taken place the 3rd Wednesday evening in May since 2003 to honor those cyclists who have been injured or killed while riding their bikes on public roadways.
We rode in silence as a procession with a police escort, fire engine, a lead and follow vehicles. We rode at about 7-10 mph. The 6 mile course will began and ended at Reid Park, going on Broadway to Craycroft to 22nd Street back to Reid Park.
It always is a somber moment. Thank you Arizona LOOK! Save a Life
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by Michael Hast
Praise the LORD for a fun and action packed weekend.
On Saturday we had our Halloween Scavenger Hunt Bike Ride benefitting Therapy Trykes Tucson. Therapy Trykes Tucson's mission is to provide, free of charge, custom-built and individually fitted medically adaptive therapy tricycles to wounded and disabled veterans who can no longer participate in the great outdoors or exercise in it without these personally adaptive cycles. The ride raised $302 towards that mission. We praise our Heavenly Father for the generosity of the riders.
We rode on the LOOP bicycle path along the Canada del Oro Wash on this beautiful late October morning looking for Halloween themed scavenger items. Some were easier to spot, others took a little looking around. It was great fun for the whole family. We hope to get more families involved in future events.
by Todd Huff
We had a wonderful time last Saturday as 23 of us gathered for the annual Lasagna Dinner. It was a great time to relax, enjoy friends and family and some great food. The weather was absolutely perfect and the patio setting was cool and comfortable. We played some Pictionary and other games as everyone got to know each other better in a setting other than a bike ride. It was nice to see Pat and Cindy... first timers, at the event and we had several returnees. If you missed it, we missed you too! We look forward to another opportunity to be hosts again in the future.