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Old 07-29-14, 02:11 PM   #1
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Hey there, fellow Tucsonans. We just moved back to AZ from Portland, OR, and I just wanted to announce our presence. I have zero experience riding the roads of Tucson as I didn't discover biking till we got to Oregon. So if anyone has any tips on good family-friendly ride locations I'd appreciate it. We're parked squarely in the middle of town (Grant/Swan).
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Old 07-29-14, 09:09 PM   #2
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Welcome back to the desert.

Have you found "The Loop" yet? Not sure how long you've been away, but there has been a genuine effort to develop a system of multi-use paths around town, some with access quite close to you. It's terrific.

The Loop - Pima County
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Old 07-30-14, 12:15 AM   #3
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Welcome back to the desert.

Have you found "The Loop" yet? Not sure how long you've been away, but there has been a genuine effort to develop a system of multi-use paths around town, some with access quite close to you. It's terrific.

The Loop - Pima County
Been away for about 18 months, but like I said, I didn't start riding till I got up there. This is exactly the sort of thing I was hoping to hear about. Big thanks!
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Look for the cyclovia event in November.

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Portland to Southern AZ in July? Brave and hearty soul you are!
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