GABA Fall Bike Swap at Cyclovia Tucson -
Tucson, AZ, Friday May 15, , schizofrenia.info?page_id .. Parts, Bikes, accessories, friends, the swap meet has it all. Spring GABA Bicycle Swap Meet, Fourth Avenue Merchants Association, N 4th Avenue- Next to Bison Witches, Tucson, United States. The GABA Swap meet helps us generate much needed revenue for El Grupo programs AND importantly it's a wonderful opportunity to wheel.
Enjoy live music, free food, and more. Walking and biking to school promotes safety, health, concern for the environment, a sense of community and physical activity among children.
Participating schools receive posters and flyers to help advertise their event, and a prize for each student. The first 40 schools to register will also receive a scooter to raffle off as part of their event. To participate, have your school call BIKE to sign up. You are invited to join in the largest participatory event in Southern Arizona! With your help, vital breast health resources can be provided to members of our community.
Limited parking at the site, so ride your bike! Free Valet Bike Parking will be provided. GABA will have rides starting from various locations around Tucson, in varying distances and speeds. You decide which level and distance you want to pedal, and start with the group that most closely matches your cycling preference.
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All rides will converge at the zoo between 9 AM and 12 PM. Bike parking offered 9 AM to 3: Participate in hands-on activities at booths and view an alternative fuel vehicle show and a solar competition.Fall 2010 GABA Bike Swap
Ride your bike to reduce parking congestion and enjoy free Valet Bicycle Parking. The mile event is a perimeter ride around — not over — the beautiful Tucson Mountains. For more information and to register visit Perimeter Bicycling Association at www.
Free Valet Bike Parking while you shop. Races start at Tucson accommodates a range of riders every day with bicycle boulevards. Tucson has also proposed a city code with bicycle parking requirements. Tucson was recently announced the 1 City for Everyday Biking. The perfect town for those who enjoy living life on two wheels.
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Come to Tucson, AZ and get consumed in the center of civilian cycling. Free Relocation Package Please leave this field empty. We were not that familiar with the city and relied on Tony and Darren to orient us to the new location and to help us determine the home that would meet and exceed our expectations.
The entry fee includes sag stops with lots of munchies and insurance.
The first riders will also receive ABC logo insulated Polar water bottles. Check-in and late registration open onsite at 6: The century ride leaves at 7: Cautious riders will sneak off a bit early and avoid the dangerous mass starts. The event is free for all.
If you need more information, E-mail Greg Yares at bikeswap bikegaba. Otherwise, just show up. As part of the festival, there will be road and mountain bike rides, music, free food for registrants, a beer garden, and a vendor fair. Anyone who is interested in participating can download a registration form or register online for an additional processing fee. The event organizers are also looking for volunteers.
For more information, click here. El Tour de Tucson November 21 The Tour de Tucson, often simply referred to as "The Tour," is an annual happening that attracts thousands of cyclists and whose fame has grown to almost mythical proportions. The ride is famous for its competitive nature and infamous for its frequent crashes and subsequent lawsuits. Just because you sign a waver saying that you ride at your own risk does not necessarily mean that you can't sue someone if you crash.
This ride is not cheap.
In other words, if you haven't yet registered, be ready to pony up bucks in order to ride. For that fee, riders receive an event T-shirt, SAG stops, police support for the ride, first aid support for those riders who suffer accidents, and the right to brag all year long about completing "The Tour". To visit the Tour's Web site, click here.
On Silent Sunday, the park is closed to motor traffic, leaving the roads open to hikers, skaters, and, of course, cyclists. The Wheezers and Geezers is for cyclists who are able to rider at a moderate to fast pace and who are comfortable riding in a peloton and pace line.
The group meets at 7: The group also rides from the same location every Saturday morning at the same time with an optional start at the Camelback Inn at 7: This is a pick-up ride.
There is no ride leader, no registration, and no fee. No one is in charge, so you ride on your own initiative and at your own risk.