Arizona “FUNDO” Bike Tour
The perfect way to get in shape for the season.
Tucson, Arizona, is the perfect warm spot to get in shape for your cycling season. Whether you are out for training or just anxious to get out of the ice and cold, Tucson is a cycling Mecca with hundreds of bike paths and cyclist-friendly routes.
This is our second warm weather four-day tour for the 2023 season. Our four-day tours are designed for riders from Recreational to Advanced. The design of this tour keeps us in north Tucson for all four nights.
There will be one low cost of $695 per person for up to four days of riding. You will have all maps and GPS routing, van support at 5-10 mile intervals, mechanical support, energy drinks, riding snacks, Saguaro National Park entry and an occasional van ride for those who are tired.
Guests will pay for their own rooms, their own meals and will be responsible for their own transportation and bicycle shipment. A block of rooms is reserved at the Comfort Suites at Sabino and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis until January 15, 2023. Or, you and your group may opt to rent a VRBO or Airbnb in the local area. There will be one casual catered meal served poolside and a complimentary Wine and Brew social on our first evening. The group ride will be limited to the first 15 riders. Route maps will become available when you sign up.
We will ride the Tucson area bike loop, the Saguaro National Park with beautiful soaring cacti and tour the Sonoran Desert Museum. The urban bike routes in and about Oro Valley, the upscale neighborhoods in the Catalina foothills and Green Valley make for beautiful bonus views. As does a wonderful morning outing in Sabino Canyon where we can ride until 9:30 am then enjoy a beautiful hike.
- Fun, casual riding, air museum tour, Sonoran Desert Museum Tour
- Additional information for local attractions
- Available mechanic (tipping suggested)
- Every day will include shorter casual options and “advanced” options. Distances can vary from 18 miles of intown touring to a metric century ride.
- We have run this tour numerous times with local guides and well as our Snowbird guides from Colorado and Connecticut. We are hoping for a full tour in 2022. This tour qualifies for a 5% discount for returning guests. Or, 5% for groups of 4 or more.
Tailored for all levels
Up to 255 miles with daily ranges of 35 – 67 miles
Fly in and out of Tucson Airport. Arrive to the starting hotel for cocktails and dinner by 5 pm on the day before the tour starts. Riding will start on the first morning. Our final ride will complete on the last day by 3pm.
Riders are responsible for their own meals.
Riders are responsible for their own accommodations.
- Van Support
- Maps and GPS Routing
- Sonoran Desert Museum Tour
- One Group Dinner
- One Group Activity
- 12% gratuity for guides, mechanics, volunteers and tour staff is not included, but greatly appreciated
Suggested Travel Months
March 17 – 21, 2023
Six-day option: March 15-21, 2023
If interested in the six-day option, please contact the office for more details on price and accommodations.
- March 17 – 21, 2023
- RENTAL BIKES: Road Bike – available upon request.
- E-Bikes will not be available.
Orientation: Casual Dinner/Beer and Wine Social (included in your package) 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Short Ride: Saguaro National Park East (12 – 24 miles)
Long Ride: Sabino – Saguaro East – Air Museum – Sabino (56 miles; 2348′ elevation gain)
Short Ride: Shuttle to Saguaro Park West – Valley Loop (Sonoran Desert Museum Tour) – 16 miles
Long Ride: Tucson – Saguaro West; Tour museum loop ride back to Sabino Canyon on loop (up to 58.8 miles; 2390′ elevation gain)
Short Ride: Sabino – part way up Mt. Lemmon – Sabino (14 – 36 miles) down hill options available; this route is weather dependent
Long Ride: Sabino – Mt. Lemmon – Sabino (up to 67 miles; 7004′ of elevation gain); this route is weather dependent
Short Ride: Tucson Loop Trail – Rillito Park – Sabino Canyon – Tanque Verde (26.4 miles)
Long Ride: Sabino Canyon – Tuscon Loop – Oro Valley – Tanque Verde (51 miles; elevation gain approximately 2800′)