We are celebrating 25 years of the Arizona Trail Association! Come out and learn more about the Arizona National Scenic Trail – an 800 mile non-motorized recreation trail from Mexico to Utah. We’ll have a map of the trail as well as coloring activities for kids, an Arizona Trail Trivia game for bigger kids and […]
The Coalition will showcase the model of the wildlife bridge on Oracle Rd. Folks will be invited to learn about the crossing and to make tracks in kinetic sand.
We will be encouraging people to write haikus about their favorite vegetable, as well as doing fermentation demonstrations.
The Living with Urban Wildlife mobile exhibit offers interactive exhibits and face-to-face interactions to engage all ages. Friendly and knowledgeable educators demonstrate methods to exclude wildlife from your home; offer pet safety tips, and ways to protect your landscape from foraging wildlife. Get hands-on with animal tracks and skull replicas to better understand the habits […]
The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre seeks to create a space in which local artists and audience of all ages can explore deep and provocative questions regarding self, tribe, life, death and what it ultimately means to be human. We seek to accomplish this by Offering our community an annual season of high quality, challenging theatrical […]
The “Flute Loops”, a group of 5-7 flute players have performed along Cyclovia’s route in past years. We would like to do so again this year! We are members of the Tucson Flute Club, which was the recipient of a grant from the Tucson Arts Foundation.
Wheat Design Group (WDG) will be staging a traffic “calming” circle at the corner of University Blvd and 5th Ave. Step inside the traffic circle and immediately be relaxed with a zen garden, yoga, and healing plants. There will also be a tent near the sidewalk with fun music, a kid-friendly activity, and information on […]
We have four different house teams who perform improv comedy – can perform sets as short as 15 minutes up to an hour or longer.
This purpose of this activity is to hear directly from event attendees on what improvements they would like to see in their own neighborhoods and throughout the city, that ultimately make Tucson a more bicycle and pedestrian friendly city.
Learn about ways to help protect National Parks in Arizona. Help stop uranium mining near Grand Canyon. Use your civic voice to oppose an ill-advised freeway proposed near the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. And more.
Leaps for Lives is local 501(c)3 dance company that raises money for local animal rescues and childhood cancer research. We would love to host an information table where we also host a participation zumba style dance. We have led the warm up at the Liver Life Walk for the past few years with this number, […]
Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department (RWRD) is proud to participate in 2019 Cyclovia Tucson. Visit us to learn about our contribution to the water reclamation process and the enhancement of the aquatic habitats in the Santa Cruz River. Learn how your actions can make a difference in our water resources and the ecosystem for […]
Come write the “tiny things” you like about living in Tucson and whack the Poetry Piñata filled with candy and poems at 11:45 AM. Share your “tiny things” as part of an Arts Foundation project called Piñata Moon.
In conjunction with both themes of poetry and motion, the Fox plans to have percussive instruments and musicians at the ready to bring visitor favorites or original poetry to life. People will have the opportunity to create and better understand the musical momentum behind combining poetry and instrumentation.
Beyond promotes Health and Wellness through four core pillars: Physical Movement, Being Outdoors, Eating Healthier Foods, and getting Connected with others. We will have a warm-up bag on site for folks to participate in some stretches and light exercises and will be handing out our Beyond challenge card for folks to get connected with other […]
Tank’s Green Stuff wants to let you “Be The Tree!” and “Plant a seed!” Cyclovia adventurers have the (photo) opportunity to instantly become a 6-foot-tall tree-person! Then, roll along in green-style after planting some heritage basil seeds: sproutin’ as you go!
Climb the rock wall in the middle of University Blvd.!!
Flag down a Cyclovia Census taker and get counted! Data we collect is used to report on the impact of Cyclovia on health outcomes, perceptions of the event, economic impact, and attendees demographics. Thanks for keeping Cyclovia sustainable by taking this short survey!
Calling all art bikes! Come decorate your bike and show off your creation at the Arts Foundation art hub. Get a professional photo taken of you and your bicycle to share with friends and family. Prizes awarded to best bikes in different categories.