Tucson is one of the highest ranked bike friendly cities in the US. It has received numerous awards. Below are some of Tucson’s bike friendly accolades to date.
Tucson is one of the Top 10 Cycling Cities in US, Travel Channel declared. “This desert oasis has more bicycle infrastructure than any other city in the US, boasting more than 700m miles of designated bike ways.”
“Cycling is one of the easiest and lowest-cost ways to exercise and it’s a low-cost way to commute,” said BetterDoctor’s. They ranked Tucson #7 in the Most Bike Friendly Cities.
The League of American Bicyclists awarded the UofA a gold-level Bicycle Friendly University. The UofA has created an inviting urban transportation experience, especially across primary college pathways.
“THIS DESERT OASIS HAS MORE BICYCLE INFRASTRUCTURE THAN ANY OTHER CITY IN THE US, BOASTING MORE THAN 700M MILES OF DESIGNATED BIKEWAYS.”
– TRAVEL CHANNEL
Tucson accommodates a range of riders every day with bicycle boulevards. These roadways are comfortable, more functional route options for cyclists to travel safely through town. Tucson has also proposed a city code with bicycle parking requirements. It is to no surprise that Redfin ranked Tucson #2 among the Top 10 Most Bike-able Downtown’s.
Tucson was recently announced the #1 City for Everyday Biking. The perfect town for those who enjoy living life on two wheels. Come to Tucson, AZ and get consumed in the center of civilian cycling.
To stimulate and support biking in the Tucson community, investments are constantly made towards improving the cycling scene. Tucson’s local government sponsors free bike commuter and safety classes and educating the riders has encouraged 3% more commuters to bike.
With such great support, it’s easy to see why Tucson keeps ranking as one of the most bike friendly cities by so many.