Richard DeBernardis has spent the last year looking for a title sponsor for El Tour de Tucson.
Photos from past years of the El Tour de Tucson bicycle race in Tucson. The El Tour de Tucson committee announced Special Olympics as its new …
El Tour de Tucson has a new sponsor: Special Olympics.
El Tour de Tucson will soon have a title sponsor and charitable beneficiary.
With all three stages of the 28th annual Tucson Bicycle Classic completed, San Diego native Janel Holcomb sported the yellow jersey and champi…
A record 112 women, and 587 total racers, will converge at the starting line just beyond the Gilbert Ray Campground today, from as far north …
When Paul Thomas and Noreen Cary Thomas finished their second-ever mixed-tandem race in the 2010 El Tour de Tucson, the couple was just happy …
A 78-year-old driver crashed into an El Tour de Tucson bicyclist from behind in a designated bike lane late Saturday afternoon, killing him, a…
Juan Magallanes felt like he was riding in Tuscany, Italy, on Saturday morning — not Tucson.
Search the multi-year database for results from El Tour de Tucson. Updated to include 2013 results.
The 31st El Tour de Tucson was the first in the rain. Star photographers documented the riders sloshing their way to the finish during the 2013 race.
Riders braved rain, hail and flooded riverbeds in Saturday's 31st El Tour de Tucson presented by Casino del Sol Resort.
Patience rather than speed will be the word to remember in today’s El Tour de Tucson.
Today may be the first time cyclists ride through a rainstorm in El Tour de Tucson presented by Casino del Sol Resort.
Michael Ferlan cannot wait to feel the pain he’s going to feel Saturday.
There will be a point during Saturday’s El Tour de Tucson when Marcia Roberts and her friends will first be visible in the distance to the tir…
Finishing the 107-mile El Tour de Tucson is a rite of passage for local and visiting cyclists. The route around the perimeter of Tucson can be…
Before she lost 100 pounds and the love of her life, Lisa Mach bought a bike.
The Tucson Padres: gone. Spring training baseball: long gone.
Every school dreams of hallways and classrooms full of students excited to show up early and begging to stay late.
During a span of 41 days this fall, Paul Solon rode his bicycle from Mexico City to Washington, D.C., and then Ottawa, Ontario.
About 9,000 cyclists will flock to Tucson next week for El Tour de Tucson presented by Casino del Sol Resort.
As her family held the donated mountain bike seat, 37-year-old Melinda Leyva put her feet on the pedals, gripped the handlebars and wobbled.
Lauren King, a senior at Cienega High School, wanted to make a difference. As it turns out, she might be doing much more.