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Oro Valley is one of the best road and mountain biking destinations in Arizona, and with gorgeous desert and mountain views, there’s something for everyone to love. Whether you’re a novice or looking for more of a challenge, bicycle enthusiasts are always right at home in our community.
Oro Valley is committed to designing a community that encourages and accommodates alternate modes of transport, and with wide, new roads, interconnected bicycle routes, and zoning codes that require businesses to provide bicycle parking, cyclists will be right at home here. If you’re not sure where to start, join the Sunday Morning Road Group Ride leaving from Oro Valley Bicycle, and experience a 32-mile ride through our town that will inspire you.
From Honeybee Canyon Loop to Golder Ranch, mountain bikers love the rugged terrain and variety of our mountain biking trails in Oro Valley. Big Wash Trail is another popular choice and with over 90 miles of paved roads with shoulder and bike lanes, road biking is a safe and fun way to see our town and enjoy the gorgeous weather and postcard vistas.
The Chuck Huckelberry Loop, known locally as “The Loop”, is a system of paved, shared-use paths dedicated to cyclist, pedestrian, and equestrian use, that connects Oro Valley, Tucson, Marana, and unincorporated Pima County. Designed to connect businesses, restaurants, schools, workplaces, trailheads, bus routes, and more, The Loop was awarded “The Loop – Best Recreational Trail” by USA Today two years in a row. Park at Oro Valley Marketplace or Catalina State Park, to start The Loop in Oro Valley.
If you’re interested in purchasing a bike, Oro Valley Bicycle can help you find the best fit for your needs, as well as apparel and bike repairs. For those just starting out, Oro Valley Bike Rentals gives you the opportunity to try it before you buy it, and if you’re looking for an e-bike, Pedego offers a range of options, for road biking and mountain biking.
The upcoming 2023 Oro Valley Circuit Race, on March 5, is expected to attract over 600 professional riders as part of the 35th annual Tucson Bicycle Classic. Competitors will complete the four-mile course around Naranja Park up to seven times, testing their speed and skills and spectators will enjoy this action packed-race.
Whether you’re riding for recreation or racing for a prize, our community welcomes cyclists of all abilities. Let the adventure begin and start exploring Oro Valley on your bike today. Follow your heart and who knows where your two wheels will lead.