Links to Other Sites of Interest to Cyclists

Here are some links to other Web sites of interest to Arizona road cyclists. Click on the underlined words to be taken to the organization's Website.

The Geezers

Casual and racing cycling organizations

Other Cycling News Sites

Other Information of Interest to Arizona Road Cyclists

  • PDF Map of Bicycle Routes in Maricopa Count
    This is a very large PDF file showing bicycle paths and streets suitable for cycling in the Greater Phoenix area. The map can be downloaded to your computer for future reference, and a printed version can also be ordered at no cost.
  • ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program
    Lots of information about the Arizona Dept. of Transportation's bicycling program including maps of state highways with bike-able shoulders, shared-use routes throughout the state, tips for commuting, bicycle laws, and numerous other cycling resources too numerous to list here.
  • Tempe in Motion
    Information about the construction of multi-use paths in Tempe and occasionally information about bicycling events in Tempe.
  • Velo Asana
    Velo Asana is Bryan Flaming's cycling blog. Bryan rides with various cycling groups, mainly in the Phoenix area, and maps their rides. Are you looking for a new route? Bryan may have found one for you.
  • Jack Quinn's travel blog
    Admittedly, this blog has no relationship whatsoever to cycling. However, some readers asked me to blog my hike to Santiago de Compestela in Northern Spain in July and August of 2011, so I complied. If have trouble falling to sleep at night, reading this just before hitting the sack may do the trick.