Perimeter Bicycling produces two publications. Tail Winds (see below) is a bi-monthly publication published by Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc. and features articles reflecting outdoor activities and events around the Southwest. Tail Winds is directed to amateur athletes and outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy the natural world. Also our  Perimeter Bicycling Journal is an annual magazine that celebrates our year as an organization and our member lives and achievements in and around cycling.  And …




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Swoosh El Tour’s Global Reach
Writer’s Lorry Levine, Javier Morales and Michael Murphy take a look at El Tour participants who came from well beyond the 520 area code. El Tour’s reach goes well beyond southern Arizona as they point out. Riders from England, Canada, and Australia were all in Tucson for what was a great ride.   Page 14
Swoosh El Tour – A Family Affair
The Burgos-DeStephanis family rides together in helping the Bike Patrol. “We helped keep things under control,” said Shana. “We saw to it that
our daughter crossed the finished line.” The family of four did it together.”
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ALSO Pullouts For:
Special Olympics
32nd El Tour de Tucson presented by Casino Del Sol Resort
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Arizona Health Indoor El Tour
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Swoosh CEO’s of EL Tour
Writer Michael Murphy takes a look at some of the top executives riding in El Tour and why they participate. All are involved to help raise funds for their organizations or non-profits, but they also ride to stay fit and stay close with their employees, enjoying the day with people who like to ride. Page 14
Swoosh VThe Podium Specialists!
Writer Francisco Romero caught up with P&S Specialized Cycling Team member Manuel Sanchez, who is part of a top-notch cycling team from Mexico. .
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ALSO 2nd Pullout For:
Special Olympics
El Tour de Tucson
presented by Casino Del Sol Resort

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