Cyclovia Tucson Sets A New Record

Cyclovia Tucson returned over the weekend, closing roads and drawing out an estimated 40,000 cyclists, skateboarders, joggers and walkers! It was car-free and care-free as they describe.

Cyclovia with the Fam! @cycloviatucson great event! #fortheloveofbikes #cycloviatucson #familyonbikes

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Beautiful day for #cycloviatucson 🌵🌴😎#openstreets #tucson

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Enjoying a @tugobikeshare ride at #CycloviaTucson

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Many thanks to all who helped out and hung out with us @cycloviatucson today!! #missiontucson #cycloviatucson #cyclovia

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#cycloviatucson #cowcycle #cowbike

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It was a fun, family-focused day in great Tucson weather that spanned a couple city blocks with activities along the way.

The event first began in Tucson in 2010 along sections of 4th Avenue, University and high-density neighborhoods north of UofA. Pretty much each year, it has seen significant growth in participation to record breaking levels this year!

Read more on the history of Cyclovia Tucson here.

Silly Walk Crosswalk at 9th and Martin! #cycloviatucson #cycloviatucson2018 #cyclovia #tucson #openstreets #streetsforpeople

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Steve Farley enjoying #CycloviaTucson

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Gertie and the TO Boyz are kicking off the after party right now!

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On Sunday, April 8, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., #walk, #run, #bike, or #skate down city streets in safety during #CycloviaTucson. The streets will be closed to cars in a large section of Tucson. Enjoy activities, entertainment, and food trucks in a traffic-free environment.

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