One of my favorite pastimes is watching people ride their bikes. It’s fun to check out the different kinds of people and bikes being ridden. I don’t have very much time to pass these days, but I decided to spend a few minutes photographing cyclists at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and University Boulevard.

I love this intersection because you get a real cross section of Tucson cyclists. Check out the photos from this windy Tuesday morning.

Check out the rest of the images below.

6 thoughts on “People on bikes: Fourth and University”
  1. One thing about this intersection: If you’re heading north on 4th Avenue, be *very* careful crossing the tracks. They go this way and that, which means that if you’re going to keep your bike at a 90-degree angle to the tracks, you have to do a bit of weaving.

  2. What the? A sad girl on a bicycle? Is that even possible? I don’t think I’ve ever seen a sad person on a bicycle ever. Maybe she isn’t sad. Maybe I’m just reading it wrong. Maybe she’s lost in thought. That’s it.

    Love the guy in sandals. Open toed shoes on a sunny day sums up the freedom and joy of bicycle riding. Looking forward to looking through the rest of the photos. 🙂

  3. Love the guy on the Orbea and the Ksyrium wheels… that is some intense commuting. Who knows, he may have just ridden 100 miles for no reason on the way to work, or accidentally gone up Mt. Lemmon. 😀

  4. I can’t condone “mandals” in any context, no matter how enjoyable the user experience might be.

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