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Two more corrals were installed this week and three are in design! Businesses ar...

Thu, 07/10/2014 - 07:52
Two more corrals were installed this week and three are in design! Businesses are starting to understanding that bicyclists are really good customers!


Check out our July newsletter! Learn how to bring your bike onto the streetcar,...

Wed, 07/09/2014 - 09:19
Check out our July newsletter! Learn how to bring your bike onto the streetcar, read about our July "Rider" of the month, and more!


Bicycle & Pedestrian Program July Newsletter
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So we know Yoga Oasis, the Coronet and Tap & Bottle offer discounts for folks wh...

Thu, 07/03/2014 - 09:31
So we know Yoga Oasis, the Coronet and Tap & Bottle offer discounts for folks who bicycle to their business. Any others?? I am writing an article and would love to feature any businesses who offer discounts if you show up via cycling. Help!

Happy to be considered one of the top 10 best bike-friendly cities. But we can s...

Wed, 07/02/2014 - 08:45
Happy to be considered one of the top 10 best bike-friendly cities. But we can still do better! We are constantly working on improving accessibility and safety for those of us who choose to get around via bike or walking.



10Best: Bike-friendly cities
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Safe roads and fun rides make these cities perfect for cyclists of all skill levels.

More and more Tucson businesses are offering discounts if you show up via bicycl...

Tue, 06/17/2014 - 10:43
More and more Tucson businesses are offering discounts if you show up via bicycle. Yoga Oasis, Tap & Bottle and now The Coronet!! Any others? Who will be next?


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Today! Tuesday! Ride your bike for 10% off at @[527527923978997:274:The Coronet] and $1 off draft beer/wine at @[429737540377272:274:Tap & Bottle]! We think we make the perfect pair for your dinner/drink date.

Have you been on 36th Street between Campbell and Country Club lately? The stree...

Mon, 06/02/2014 - 15:20
Have you been on 36th Street between Campbell and Country Club lately? The street has been right-sized to better serve all roadway users! And it looks wonderful.


Today City of Tucson City Hall received a bicycle locker makeover! The previous...

Tue, 05/27/2014 - 17:01
Today City of Tucson City Hall received a bicycle locker makeover! The previous lockers were moved and will be used in a parking garage but these new lockers symbolize the commitment to being bike friendly. Now let's see who we can encourage to bike-to-work in city hall. I have a few people in mind! You???


The national Bike to Work day was last week (we celebrate ours early due to our...

Mon, 05/19/2014 - 09:54
The national Bike to Work day was last week (we celebrate ours early due to our climate) and the good news is that despite heavy rain in Washington D.C., our Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx rode his bike to work. You can read his comments about Bike to Work day and the future of biking in the U.S. in his blog...


Bike To Work Day celebrates transportation | Department of Transportation
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May16Bike To Work Day celebrates transportationPosted byAnthony FoxxOne of the first things in my email this morning was a flash-flood alert for the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. The alert was for very good reason--the rain had been coming down in torrents here in DC since before dawn. But I wa…

It's official folks - BikeLife Tucson's first edition is in electronic format an...

Thu, 05/15/2014 - 13:48
It's official folks - BikeLife Tucson's first edition is in electronic format and soon will be in print! The magazine's focus is to encourage more folks to get out and ride. Thanks to everyone who helped contribute. If you have questions on the content or magazine in general please contact Tucson's Bike/Ped Coordinator at ann.chanecka@tucsonaz.gov


BikeLife Cities
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BikeLife Tucson is part of the BikeLife Cities family of publications and is being put together in partnership with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation Bicycle & Pedestrian Program. The BikeLife Cities website is coming online later this month. You can view the first print edition of B…