Fiesta de los Vaqueros
Wheeling around Tucson is fun!
Riding past a Quinceanera
While cars are impressive machines, biking is actually the best way to see the sights.
Bikes have the best seat in the house.
The best way to really experience a place is to dive right in!
Getting ready to ride
So step away from the screen and hop on a bike with us!
Locked door in Barrio Viejo
Safety is our top priority.
Don't be nervous, the bridges don't bite.
In fact, Tucson is rated as very bike-friendly.
Although I'd steer clear of Wyatt Earp. He looks angry.
On the tour you'll visit beautiful places
Presidio San Agustin
and learn about the history of Tucson.
Sam Hughes House
You'll ride by the homes of Tucson's founding fathers
The Owl's Mansion
and check out where high society bachelors partied.
Dunbar Springs Mural
But Tucson is more than history. Its neighborhoods are vibrant and colorful.
El Tiradito Wishing Shrine
The Tucson community knows how to keep traditions alive
Hotel Congress, center of the downtown resurgence
and how to bring areas back to life.
A literal resident artist in Armory Park
People take pride in their neighborhoods
The Bike Church
and work together to build beautiful communities.
Santa Cruz river and Sentinel Peak
You'll bike past Tucson's precise birthplace from more than 2,000 years ago.
BICAS salvaged bike art
and see The Old Pueblo's newest creations.
There is so much to see, but you won't need a motor.
Gardens of Gethsemane
Everyone enjoys work breaks to stretch the old legs!
Cesar Chavez Park
Plus, Cesar Chavez's efforts in Tucson protected worker rights.
Anita Street Market
Heck, you will even have time for a refreshment.
Our neighbor, Public Brewhouse
And after the tour, there many places nearby to enjoy a different sort of beverage and a meal.
4th Avenue Bike & Light Rail
The tour begins and ends in the 4th Avenue District, home to Tucson's liveliest restaurant, bar, and shopping scene.
Tucson Bike Tours office
Our name is easy to remember. Come ride with us any time!