What Is The Tucson Loop?

 

Voted USA’ Today’s number one shared use/bike path in the United States of America, The Loop as gained international attention and popularity with both locals and tourists. Our 131 mile CAR-FREE bike path is Tucson’s number one attraction.

Also known as The Rillito River bike path, “The Loop” is a great Tucson Rride along the river beds of Tucson, Arizona. There is a total of 131 miles of paths linking Tucson to its communities, including Tucson, South Tucson, Marana and beautiful Oro Valley. Oro Valley and Marana are considered the most scenic sides of The Tucson Loop. These areas are also the least congested.

Discover the 131 mile CAR-FREE Tucson Loop shared use bike path with Heather Jackson

Circle Tucson, Discover Scenic Marana and Oro Valley

 

You can get from one end of town east to west or west to east with no traffic or lights. For the most part, both sides of the normally dry river have a bike path so it does not matter what side of the river you are on.

The river path system is a great way to get to the various rides within Tucson without having to deal with traffic and lights. It is the safest way on a bike to travel across town. We recommend using The Tucson Loop as a starting point, then going off The Loop to discover safe, great roads in Oro Valley, Marana and many other places.

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

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