It’s time to vote on your favorite photos. Check out the large version of the photos below and then select your three favorite in the poll. You’ll notice the numbers in the caption correspond to the numbers in the poll. You can vote once per day, so be sure to come back often and invite your friends. Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo for the Bicycle Tucson Photo Contest.
Photo 58 “Fruit of our labor” This summer the pump at Palisades was broken. The entire community stepped up to hand out water until it was fixed. I was able to celebrate on my Birthday that the water was flowing once again.
Photo 57: Coyotes on The Loop
Photo 56: Hawk on The Loop
Photo 55: “Silent riding partner”
Photo 54: “The long road”
Photo 52: “Water in the Rillito”
Photo 51: Double Flat at Saguaro West”
Photo 50: “Riding up Lemmon”
Photo 49: “You did it!”
Photo 48: “What a Beaut”
Photo 47: Tucson’s Loop inspires all kinds of creativity. A creative and sharing person enhanced the look (and feel) of the path along the Rillito.
Photo 46: Geddes and Gamez showing Crested Butte how we do it Tucson-style.
Photo 45: Mike Geddes dropping into the Ribcage at Phil’s World.
Photo 41: Planning the ride. Arizona Trail at Camino Loma Alta
Photo 40: Looking into the Corner. Rincon Mountains, Arizona Trail at Camino Loma Alta
Photo 39: “Ando the Apparition” from this last weekend, shuttling runs on Aspen Draw with some buddies.
Photo 38: Taken in June’s Ride the Rockies. Steamboat Arrival was taken on a Grassy Knoll just before the main Steamboat RTR village. After riding 90 miles and climbing Rabbit Ears Pass, we riders had one last little hill to climb.
Photo 37: The old Grey Mare has given me great service and she deserved her portrait done in such a great location.
Photo 34: “Parkwise, Not!”
Photo 33: Monsoon rainbow and sunset, Rillito River Bike Path
Photo 32: New shoes, old bike
Photo 31: Sunrise on the Prison camp trail Mt Lemmon, AZ
Photo 30: Quick break on the River Trail
Photo 29: Solo ridin’ through Saguaro National Park east
Photo 28: Climb every mountain
Photo 27: But it’s a dry cold … Crater Lake, OR, June 13,2014
Photo 23: San Carlos, Mexico
Photo 22: “Rafael Climbing”
Photo 21: Is this a Garmin ad?
Photo 20: Should’ve brought a Fat Bike
Photo 19: Out at Chiva Falls
Photo 18: Out at Chiva Falls
Photo 17: Bike Mechanics class (in partnership with Pima County Bike and Ped) at Arizona Conservation Corps
Photo 16: Bike Mechanics class (in partnership with Pima County Bike and Ped) at Arizona Conservation Corps
Photo 15: “Rule 10: It never gets easier, you just go faster”
Photo 14: Final San Carlos ride- El Estero del Soldado trail.
Photo 13: Summer nights at Fantasy Island.
Photo 12: Tucson summer morning during monsoon! The desert smells like rain and sage.
Photo 11: Strong I stand. Strong I ride. Forever
Photo 10: Ride in peace. Then and always.
Photo 9: “Laugh Until Your Cheeks Hurt” Kris Lee Chambers 1976-2014 Ghost Bike Speedway/Main NWcorner
Photo 8: “To live in the hearts we leave behind is not too die.” ~Thomas Campbell Kris Lee Chambers 1976-2014
Photo 7: Cycling Roots
Photo 6: A Whale of a Ride
Photo 5: I took 5 fearless souls on a 6 mile up 6 mile down ride in Show Low. Farthest ride for some of them. All survived.
Photo 4: Seeing your kids progress as cyclists–priceless
Photo 3: Taken by Yelp for their summer of fun Arizona Party Bike ice cream crawl.
Photo 2: “On the Trail”
Photo 1: Bikes make friendships that will last a lifetime. El Grupo Summer bike Camp in Durango.