How Long Does The Tucson Loop Span?


Just how long is The Tucson Loop? The Oro Valley/Tucson Loop shared use bike path offers 131 car free miles throughout unincorporated Pima County, Marana, Oro Valley, Tucson, and South Tucson. Add on more if you start at Catalina State Park – highly recommended.

The Tucson Loop shared use bike path spans 131 CAR-FREE miles

The Tucson Loop connects to many parks, trails, bus and bike routes, workplaces, schools, restaurants, hotels and motels, shopping areas, and sports and entertainment venues. The Tucson Loop is a vital transportation system helping locals and tourists access much of Tucson metro. So popular our shared use bike path, real estate can be up to 15 percent high depending on proximity to The Loop.

Over 48 public works of art grace the pathways. Signage is quite good all throughout The Loop. Just look for arrows painted on the pavement pointing the way.

Bike Rentals ON The Tucson Loop

You can rent Trek, Specialized, Giant road, electric (e-bike), hybrid , tandem and mountain bikes ON The Rillito River and Oro Valley sections of The Tucson Loop.

Tucson Bike Rentals

Tucson Loop Bike Rentals

Rent Trek Road, Hybrid, Electric Bikes ON The Rillito Loop!