University Ave bike lane
You have the green light to bike Tucson at night.
You won't need a sundial or telescope to know the sun is setting.
After the sun sets, Tucson lights up!
University of Arizona mall
You'll cross the campus, where it's full of energy at any hour it seems.
But it's also a very relaxing place.
Sparkle Cleaners on Drachman
The U of A Wildcats are a skweeky clean sports juggernaut.
It's a rush to pedal past places full of activity..
Pima County Courthouse
But it's also fun to explore areas that are peaceful after hours.
Classic neon sign
There's just enough time to see all the best stuff.
All Souls Procession
Don't be scared to ride at night. Your guide is serious about safety.
Historic Miracle Mile
Chill. We'll get to everything because bikes are fun and efficient.
God drives a crappy car, but only for hauling stuff. He clearly loves bikes.
Bike parking outside Tap and Bottle
You'll be equipped with bright lights. Plus, Tucson is a bike town.
Vintage sign at Pima Community College
Other than a flying carpet, bikes are clearly the best mode of transportation.
Something else abundantly clear: Vietnamese food is divine.
Sorry, no swimming for an hour after you eat.
Thankfully, no such restrictions exist for pinball.
Just a quick game because the bright lights of downtown are calling.
El Tiradito Shrine
In Barrio Libre, a different type of light calls.
Mosque on Speedway Blvd
Appreciation of cultural differences is what makes this town great.
Hotdog stand at Santa Cruz church
Prepare to witness the higher power of Sonoran street food.
Our neighbor, Public Brewhouse
Your night doesn't need to end after we park the bikes for good.
Go ahead. Grab a beer. Wyatt Earp will watch your bike.
Wildcat Liquor mural
Wildcats know how to play!