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Tail Winds

Lastest Issue: Sept/Oct 2016  READ ONLINE


SepOctCover200Swoosh Brian Grasky – A Man on Many Worlds

Grasky is a military man who loves to cycle, run and coach. He does it all for his company Tucson Endurance Performance Center. He will be part of El Tour’s US Armed Services Program where we expect to have a few hundred military types participating in the program.
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Swoosh Pokemon Go
It’s all the rage all over the world. Tucson is no different when it comes to Pokemon Go. Writer Damion Alexander has noticed a good trend – people are outdoors and enjoying the scenery. That’s something he hadn’t seen much in the summer. Maybe, just maybe more people will enjoy the outdoors because of the game.
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Last Issue:Summer 2016  READ ONLINE

Swoosh What a Ride in the Valley
Perimeter Bicycling has been going to the Phoenix area for nearly 30 years to put on a ride. This year it may have outdone itself with what many thought was a great ride on a clear, cool day. The annual Holualoa Companies 26th El Tour de Mesa saw nearly 1,600 riders have a great day on the road. We had participants from all over, including from Canada.
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Swoosh Denise Mueller is a Speed Freak
Cyclist-runner-athlete Denise Mueller is a whirlwind in a 43-year-old woman’s body. Call her crazy. Call her hyper. Call her an exceptional athlete. Denise Mueller is all that and, of course, more. Come September – weather and conditions permitting – Mueller will attempt to break the paced bicycle land speed record of more than 167 miles per hour. At least she’ll become the first woman to attempt the feat as she attempts “to be the fastest.”
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Perimeter Bicycling produces two publications. Tail Winds (see above) 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 …

  • The Richard J. DeBernardis Poster Collection features official posters from all our events. Many are still available for sale. Enjoy it for the art itself or to honor your achievement – bring your wall alive with these amazing prints.

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Lastest Issue:Summer 2016
READ ONLINE
Swoosh What a Ride in the Valley
Perimeter Bicycling has been going to the Phoenix area for nearly 30 years to put on a ride. This year it may have outdone itself with what many thought was a great ride on a clear, cool day. The annual Holualoa Companies 26th El Tour de Mesa saw nearly 1,600 riders have a great day on the road. We had participants from all over, including from Canada.
Page 17
Swoosh Denise Mueller is a Speed Freak
Cyclist-runner-athlete Denise Mueller is a whirlwind in a 43-year-old woman’s body. Call her crazy. Call her hyper. Call her an exceptional athlete. Denise Mueller is all that and, of course, more. Come September – weather and conditions permitting – Mueller will attempt to break the paced bicycle land speed record of more than 167 miles per hour. At least she’ll become the first woman to attempt the feat as she attempts “to be the fastest.”
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Swoosh Carney is a Big Name in Tucson Cycling
Cyclist Jonas Carney, a past first-place finisher in El Tour, plans on bringing some Rally Cycling teammates to participate in the Tucson event in November. The team carries some clout behind Carney’s direction..  Page 11
Swoosh Have Legs Will Travel – to Ireland to Run
When in Ireland why not take a nice run through the woods and hills, right? Well, writer/runner Tracey Rowley found out it’s not always easy. The Arizonan and her daughter participated in a grueling run and found out Dublin’s rain and Tucson’s rain aren’t the same. Page 25

 

Publications

Perimeter Bicycling produces two publications. Tail Winds (see above) 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 …

  • The Richard J. DeBernardis Poster Collection features official posters from all our events. Many are still available for sale. Enjoy it for the art itself or to honor your achievement – bring your wall alive with these amazing prints.
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