Cycling around Tucson

There is a great book about road rides around Tucson, so I generally won’t bother describing the ones in the book.

One thing to note if you are doing any of the rides on the north side of Mount Lemmon is that dirt roads are occasionally paved. For example, between the first and last times I rode up the Control Road from Oracle, another 1.6 miles was paved. So be aware that my descriptions of where dirt roads end and paved roads start may be slightly off.

Road Riding

Mount Lemmon

Tucson Trifecta: Graham, Lemmon, Kitt

Salt River Canyon Century

Mining Country Loop

Winkelman to Globe and back

The Steepest Climb in Tucson

The Five Fingers of West Tucson

The Seven Snakes of Silverbell

Arivaca Road

Sonoita to Parker Canyon Lake

Fort Huachuca Loop

Dirt Roads

Redington Road – over and back

Mount Lemmon Loop

Mount Lemmon via Redington Road

Mount Lemmon via Oracle

Mount Lemmon Control Road

Mount Hopkins

Box Canyon

Patagonia Gravel Loop

Links and Other Clicks

Other Cycling Pages

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