24 Hours in the Old Pueblo with Todd Sadow
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
3M ago
In this episode of Pedaling the Pueblo we are joined by Todd Sadow, founder of Epic rides, to chat about the upcoming 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo Event coming up from Feb. 16 to Feb. 18. This year it is celebrating its 24th anniversary and it's bound to be a good one! For more information on this year's event, visit the Epic Rides website at this link: https://epicrides.com/events/24-hours-in-the-old-pueblo/event-guide ..read more
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New Year, New Bike - One Tucsonan's hopes for a New Year on two wheels
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
5M ago
Happy New Year Tucson! I can't think of a better way to start off 2024 than with a new bike, especially after having yours stolen! Valeria Moraga talks a bit about her Christmas present and her hopes for a year on wheels exploring the streets of Tucson on her electric blue, vintage Schwinn with a unicorn squeaky bell and blue paniers ..read more
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Art & Aid, with BICAS & Splinter Collective
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
6M ago
Sof speaks with Tony from BICAS and Bernice from Splinter Collective about the upcoming BICAS Art Auction. The Annual Art Auction showcases the work of Tucson’s artists, while supporting the BICAS mission. It will be held for the first time in the courtyard at the Splinter Collective Warehouse, a community space for safe, accessible, and equitable liberatory art practices and social justice organizing. The 2023 Art Auction will be December 8th-9th from 5 PM to 9 PM. Bids close at 8 PM on December 8th. Learn more about the amazing work of BICAS and Splinter Collective  by visiting their we ..read more
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Mountain Biking in Palestine with Khaled Jarrar
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
6M ago
Khaled Jarrar is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Jenin, Palestine who lived in Tucson during the time this interview was recorded in 2018. In this episode, Khaled and host Kylie have a conversation about the first time Khaled ever saw someone ride a mountain bike down a mountain, and how it changed his life. Khaled and his friends in Palestine ride bikes as an act of resistance, to feel free, and to laugh. But there is always uncertainty and a certain amount of risk in doing the activity, something Khaled talks about in his interview. Khaled has won numerous awards for his works, wh ..read more
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Cranksgiving 2023!
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
7M ago
Sof speaks with Jenna of Transit Cycles about a very special event coming up on Sunday, November 19th. Join the Cranksgiving ride for a fun scavenger hunt/food drive to support Tucson Food Not Bombs & their mutual aid work benefitting our local neighbors. Meet at 1pm at Transit at the MSA Annex for a family-friendly ride; bring money for groceries and get ready to test your navigation skills for a good cause. You might even win a prize ..read more
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Rides with Friends, featuring Aliz
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
7M ago
Sof and Aliz chat about the joy and meaning of organizing community rides, open to all ..read more
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Bike Infrastructure Updates (& feedback needed!)
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
8M ago
Sof talks with Ben Elias of the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility about brand new bike-friendly infrastructure designed to make our streets safer for folks on wheels. Some projects are in design and need your feedback, while some have just been completed and are ready to enjoy. Tune in to learn more about both, as well as how city planners go about designing improvements to our streets ..read more
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Ride to BICAS Art Mart
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
8M ago
Sof talks with Joselyn, a shop mechanic and co-op member at BICAS, about their upcoming nighttime Art Market. BICAS is leading a group ride under the full moon to the event and celebrating the organization's birthday with a BBQ! There will be bicycle metal art, as well as local Tucson artists from jewelry, pottery, prints, and everything in between — plus free upcycled bike art activities for kids and families.   ..read more
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How Bikes Build Community with Colby Henley
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
10M ago
In this episode, host Sofia sits down with Colby Henley, former Bicycle Programs Coordinator for Living Streets Alliance, to explore the transformative power of bikes in fostering vibrant communities. From late night rides to mobile bike repairs, we explore how bicycles can bridge gaps, spark connections, and build a stronger sense of belonging, helping to make Tucson a more connected and bicycle-friendly city ..read more
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Bike Trivia with Nicole
Pedaling The Pueblo
by KXCI
10M ago
On another episode of the PtP Bike Trivia Game Show, Nicole tries to answer host Sofia's cycle-related questions, after their group #Coffee Outside Tucson ride. This time, the show is being recorded from Sweetwater Preserve—an amazing place to ride your bike (via The Loop multiuse path ..read more
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