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Living Streets Alliance Kidical Mass Ride, part of BEYOND Tucson

January 11, 2014

FREE

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Living Streets Alliance is partnering with BEYOND Tucson to get you and your family moving in 2014!

Let’s celebrate the beginning of the year by encouraging healthy, active lifestyles for the whole family and engage in a fun, safe activity that is good for the environment too! Though plenty of parking is available, plan ahead and leave the car at home – join us by bike for a car-free day of healthy activity.

Look for LSA Kidical Mass signs at the southwest corner of Armory Park near the intersection with South 6th Avenue at 12 pm and then tool around with us on a route that is safe, easy and shows how simple it is to get to all your favorite places by riding your bike.

You will be accompanied by trained ride leaders and families from across Tucson on all types of bikes – trailers, trail-a-bikes, Xtracycles, longtails, bakfiets, Long Johns, tandems, folders, trikes – whatever rolls is welcome to join the ride! Dress accordingly to be comfortable outside for at least an hour. We’ll have some tools, a tire pump, and first aid supplies on hand – just in case!

Free helmets for youth will be available for those who need them and will be fitted by trained volunteers in bicycle safety workshops.  There will also be a free Bike Valet so you can park your bike and join the BEYOND Tucson festivities at Armory Park and the Childrens’ Museum (FREE admission this Saturday!).

Helmets and the Bike Valet are provided by the Living Streets Alliance and Pima County Bicycle Ambassadors.

Be sure to RSVP with LSA so we can make sure to have enough FREE Isabella’s Ice Cream treats on hand for everyone. You won’t want to miss out on this rain or shine good time on two wheels!

 

Details

Date:
January 11, 2014
Cost:
FREE
Website:
http://www.livingstreetsalliance.org/?p=3557

Venue

Armory Park
220 S. 6th Ave.
Tucson, 85701
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Website:
http://www.livingstreetsalliance.org/?p=3557