Pima County Recreation

Molly Came, 8, rides her bike with Mother Katie Banister running with Pippin Came 4, in jogger, behind left, and Alfred Almazan, behind right, along The Loop near Speedway Blvd along the Santa Cruz River on August 1, 2012. The Loop is 55 miles of car-free paths being developed around metropolitan Tucson. The Loop runs along the Rillito River Park, Santa Cruz River Park, the Julian Wash Greenway, the Harrison Greenway and the Pantano River Park.

courtesy of Pima County

Celebrate National Trails Day with a free bike ride or walk during the Town’s Cruise the Cruz event June 7 at 6:30 p.m.

The route along the Santa Cruz River Shared-Use Path is 6 miles round-trip. The group meets at Ramada No. 5 at Crossroads at Silverbell District Park (7548 N. Silverbell Road) and navigates the path to El Rio Park and back.

Bring your cruiser, a flashlight and enjoy a sunset ride. Registration is encouraged but not required at www.marana.com/registration.

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