Tucson Loop

After three days of camping and bicycling at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, I had one more free day before I needed to pick up my ace support crew at the airport in Phoenix. I decided to expend that day pedaling around Tucson.

The desert city has wonderful cycling infrastructure, with a great network of paved biked paths. Connecting some of those paths makes the Loop, a route of more than fifty miles circumnavigating Tucson and its suburbs.

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5 response to "Tucson Loop"

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: March 8, 2019

      I highly recommend a road trip to Organ Pipe, Tucson, and/or Scottsdale this time of year. Of course, when I finally returned home Wednesday evening, it was raining (still? again? forever?) in Santa Rosa.

      As to the Tucson bicycling network, they’ve done a spectacular job around there, including tons of artsy flourishes, way more than I stopped to photograph. I think you’d like it.

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: March 13, 2019

    Great tour and photos as always — really enjoyed following along. Thanks!

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: March 13, 2019

      Thanks! Glad to hear from you. Been awhile. I was afraid you’d headed east on a “Gone with the Wind” tour and were still sailing toward the Atlantic Ocean at 40 MPH, unable to stop. 😉

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