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  1. #1
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    Places to ride: Tucson area

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    What it says on the tin. I'm looking for quiet(er) roads to ride. Or paths are good too, provided they're not sketchy.

    I'm willing to drive, as I live on a major road, and there's construction all over the place right now. No thanks!
    At least I don't leave slime trails.
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  2. #2
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    Owlie, I have lots of suggestions for you. I'll pm you with my phone number. What cross streets are you near?
    Sharon
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  3. #3
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    Closest major intersection is Oracle and Ina.
    At least I don't leave slime trails.
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    2013 Charge Filter Apex| Specialized Jett 143
    1996(?) Giant Iguana 630|Specialized Riva


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  4. #4
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    Oracle & Ina - with the weird left turn - totally sucks.

    Go north up Oracle to Rancho Vistoso. Hang a left and go through the community. Go right on Tangerine, left on Canada del Oro & back to Ina (or left on Tangerine back to Oracle)

    If you go south on Oracle to River Road you'll find the bike path. You can go right (West) on the north part of the bike path and it will end at River Road/Thornydale. Or you can go to the south bank of the bike path and it will take you to the freeway. The path runs under the freeway. From there you can go right (north) all the way to Twin Peaks or left (south) quite a ways (I've only gone as far as Grant Rd but it does continue.)

    If you want a tour, PM me
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