United States Greg LeMond, foreground, negotiates a curve with the pack down Champs Elysees Avenue for the last stage of the Tour of France classic, Sunday, July 22, 1990, Paris, France. LeMond won the Tour. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
United States Greg LeMond, center background, follows Mexican Raul Alcala, left, and Belgiums Claudy Criquelion during the 10th stage of the Tour de France classic, Tuesday, July 10, 1990, St. Gervais, French Alps, France. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
Spains Pedro Delgado, left, battles with United States Greg LeMond, center, during the 16th stage of the Tour de France classic in the Pyrenees Mountains, Tuesday, July 17, 1990, St. Sauveur, France. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
17 greenway - Flowers bloom outside the historic Manning House, in Tucson, Arizona, Friday evening, Oct. 17, 2003. Neighborhood activist Daphne Madison (DAPHNE MADISON, not in photo) is hoping to get the city to turn the railroad tracks right-of-way between 22nd street and St. Mary's Rd., in…
Flowers bloom outside the historic Manning House, in Tucson, Arizona, Friday evening, Oct. 17, 2003. Neighborhood activist Daphne Madison (DAPHNE MADISON, not in photo) is hoping to get the city to turn the railroad tracks right-of-way between 22nd street and St. Mary's Rd., into a greenway …
We've all heard the adages: "Never give up." "Keep trying until you succeed." "Practice makes perfect."
Mike Wilkinson, co-owner of Tucson's Loop Bicycle Shop, stands at the fence outside his shop, which is housed in a former shipping container and stands along a section of Pima County's "The Loop" bike path, just north of El Camino Del Cerro.
Mike Wilkinson inside the shop. There are plans to double the shop's size and triple its inventory by next fall. Meanwhile, says one cyclist, "it's a wonderful destination" along the bike path where "you can sit and rest."
Earrings by Casa Kira are among the items made by local vendors that are sold in Tucson's Loop Bicycle Shop.
Dove Mountain retiree Jim Stewart wasn't looking for a bike shop as he rode along "The Loop" bicycle path on the west side. But he was glad he found one.
Hands-down winner: Robbie Ventura of Wildwood, Ill., crosses the finish line of the 108-mile race in first place in 2002 for the second straight year of El Tour.
Molly Cunningham: "I just like bicycling with my dad and I like talking with him about stuff I might not otherwise think of. Sometimes we don't talk. We just enjoy the ride."
Molly and her father, Patrick Cunningham, bike around in a cul-de-sac in a neighborhood near their home.
Molly Cunningham is a girl who has no plans to stop. What started April 1 as a challenge to ride her bike for five minutes each day has unfolded into many miles and many hours.
The nonprofit Jr. El Tour Youth Cycling Program in Tucson is looking for girls and boys, ages 10 to 13, who are interested in cycling and improving their health.
The Greater Arizona Bicycle Association's Bike Swap Meet is tomorrow from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. at a new location - on 7th Street between 4th Avenue and 6th Avenue.
The University of Arizona is holding an auction at 8 a.m.
Tuesday and you can pick up a computer or a bicycle for cheap.
Moral of the story: Don't try to steal a college student's bike
to give as a Christmas present.