Tucson Leisure Routes

Tucson Leisure Routes

If you are looking for a hassle free experience of riding around Tucson you do not have to search much further than The Loop. From dedicated bike lanes to car free bike paths when visiting or living in the Tucson area you will find some great riding on the loop.

Need a bike? Rent one from Fairwheel!


Need to shake out the legs? Not Much for fast group rides? Looking to see some of the loop? Try this route that goes through the U of A, passes by downtown and the beautiful Mercado San Augustine with Presta Coffee, and La Estrella Bakery. This roue takes you around the northwest part of town on the loop. This route would be friendly for hybrid bikes and those not comfortable riding on mostly roads. Each road you will take is a dedicated cycling lane road. This is the perfect route if you are renting from us for a day and a good spin around the area. 


The Loop

A great resource for commuters and those who are looking for an experience mostly away from cars. On the loop you will get some great desert scenery and possibly even some wildlife all while not having to go too far out of town. 

Check out the interactive map!

The Loop Art Map

If you find yourself on the Chuck Huckleberry Loop check out the local art along the way. Pima County  refers to it as a 137 mile open air gallery! And lucky for us there is a map of where the Pima County installations are, but you will also see more art along the way than what the county has helped to secure. 

The Loop Art Map 

Staff Favorite

There is a pretty common winner when it comes to what section of the loop to ride, and that is the Cañada Del Oro. Parking is pretty easy to access around the area and the views while riding are incredible. Our suggestion is to park or start from Cañada Del Oro Park and ride up towards Catalina State Park. The road through Catalina State Park is absolutely worth the entrance fee. 



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