Join proud hosts Film Fest Tucson and community partners Technicians For Sustainability, Brad Lancaster – Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, Exo Roast Co., Transit Cycles, Roadrunner Bicycles, Living Streets Alliance and This Is Tucson for the Arizona premiere of the crowd-sourced cargo bike documentary, Motherload.
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Click on any of the images below to see a larger popup version. You can order them individually for $40, or else get all four for $120!
Where would you like to see the second Cyclovia route developed? Take a look at the map below — you can click it to make it larger — and then use the form below to let us know. (You can also vote on our facebook page)
The Cyclovia Tucson team has prepared a report on the 2011 Event that provides a great summary of the event and its goals. Download it now! Cyclovia Tucson 2011 Report
Pima County Board of Supervisors Proclaim the week of March 21 – March 27, 2011 to be Cyclovia Tucson Week. The Board encourages all Pima County residents to join the fun and participate to promote cycling, walking, and to engage in other healthy street activities. Cyclovia is on Sunday, March 27th. See the map at […]
PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, cyclovias throughout the world have proven to be popular and fun events that temporarily close city streets to motorized traffic and encourage people to walk, bicycle, run, rollerblade and have fun safely in streets free of cars and trucks; and WHEREAS, a committee with representatives of local governments, local businesses, non-profit agencies and […]