Photos from throughout Pima County during the 111-mile El Tour de Tucson.
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It's a simple question with infinite answers. Why is El Tour de Tucson so popular? "Where do I start?" event registration director Barbara Franklin asked.
Scottsdale resident Eric Marcotte held off Carlos Hernandez on the final stretch of the 29th…
Eric Marcotte stood next to his bike on Sixth Avenue about 20 yards past the finish line of the 29th annual El Tour de Tucson. The Scottsdale resident and Carlos Hernandez of the P&S Specialized team out of Hermosillo, Sonora, were inches apart coming down the final straightaway.
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