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The Scottsdale Sea & Ski Club is the premier activities club in The Valley and the surrounding areas of central Arizona. SSSC is a non-profit social club run by its members and for its members. The Club is oriented towards active adults 21 years or older. SSSC provides year-round activities including snow skiing and snowboarding for all levels, hiking, biking, roller blading, tubing, volleyball, theme parties, camping, road trips, day and weekend outings, out of town trips, art walks, wine tasting, boating, water and jet skiing, scuba diving, as well as weekly happy hours and monthly dinners at local restaurants.


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Ride "The Loop" - Rillito River bike path TUSCON

Saturday, February 13, 2021, 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Tucson, AZ  
Additional Info:
Deborah L Haling
602-909-9485 (p)
Local Events
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
No Fee

Meet in North Tucson at:

Circle K, at the corner of Ina and Silverbell  
(parking is right behind the Circle K and its car wash).
Exact address is: 5725 W Ina Rd  Tucson

at 10:45am
Be ready to pedal at 11am

We will be stopping half way (after 10 miles) for lunch, then pedaling back. 
Bring your bike, helmet, water, bike tunes, mask.
Should be done around 3 - 3:30.

Pima County and The City of Tucson have been hard at work putting in miles and miles of paths along Tucson river beds. The city has done an amazing job and we are so lucky to have these paths to ride bikes on, walk or run. THANKS TUCSON! 

The Rillito River bike path also known as “The Loop” is a great ride along the river beds of Tucson, AZ.
There is a total of 131 miles of paths linking Tucson to its communities. 
The Loop Tucson is has been featured in Bicycle magazine and various Biking Blogs as one of the newest up-and-coming GREAT bike paths in the West!
The city of Tucson did a fabulous job - It is Awesome!

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 see the area.

Click here for a map of all bike routes in Tucson and The Loop: CLICK HERE

To follow The Loop on Facebook: CLICK HERE

Hosted by:
Deborah Haling
Jill Brooker

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