Ever wish you had major streets to yourself and thousands of other cycling friends? Well, that's Cyclovia Tucson, a celebration of human-powered, car-free fun!
3 imagesCyclovia Tucson is a annual car-free event that opens selected streets to people so that they can walk, skate, run, and bicycle. These photos are from the 2010 Cyclovia, which covered a five-mile course in central Tucson.
9 imagesCyclovia Tucson is an annual car-free event that opens selected streets to people so that they can walk, skate, run, bicycle, and socialize with their neighbors. It's a free event, open to the public and fun for people of all ages. The year 2011 featured the premier of Cyclovia Tucson's South Side route.
7 imagesAfter being rained out in 2012, Cyclovia Tucson came roaring back! The 2013 edition included not one, but two events. The first happened on Sunday, April 7, and covered neighborhoods south of Downtown.
2 galleriesNow in its fifth year, Cyclovia Tucson has come into its own. Officials report that the spring edition drew 15,000-20,000 people. A second Cyclovia will happen in the fall.