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The Tucsonan rode in the 5-mile fun ride event on his three-wheel trike
From free bicycle coffee, celebrity sightings and unicycle rides, this year's El Tour had a little something for everyone.
Philip Tinstman placed first in the 104-mile ride of the 32nd Special Olympics El Tour de Tucson presented by Casino del Sol this morning.
We're tweeting live all day and pulling in tweets and pics from spectators and riders who use #TourdeTucson as well as from the Star's team of photographers and reporters.
Today’s race is down about 1,100 riders; route cut to 104 miles.
If you ride on Saturday, you eat free on Sunday.
Special Olympics saved the bicycling event, which takes place Saturday.
They've ruled on stationary bikes; can Jaguar cyclists reign on Tucson streets?
The way a professional cyclist describes his sense of fear on the road is harrowing.
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 championship trophy in the pro women’s category.
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 as Winnipeg, Manitoba, to as far south as Hermosillo, Sonora, to compete in the largest Tucson Bicycle Classic in the past six years.