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1959-2023

Eduardo Aguirre 

Eduardo Aguirre lived life to the fullest. He loved riding his handcycle along the Loop, meeting new people, and introducing them to the joys of cycling. In his honor, the Eduardo Aguirre Adaptive Cycling Center provides access to a large collection of adaptive bikes including handcycles, recumbent trikes, and side-by-side tandem. The Center serves youth and adults with physical disabilities and visual impairments, as well as their family and friends.
 The Center is located near a quiet bike path in the Sam Lena Recreation Area which connects to the Chuck Huckleberry Loop, a 150-mile system of paved bike paths connecting the Cañada del Oro, Rillito, Santa Cruz, and Pantano River Parks with the Julian Wash and Harrison Road Greenway. 

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First time Visitors to the Eduardo Aguirre Adaptive Cycling Center must make an appointment. Our friendly staff and volunteers will help find the right bike and fit that works for you.
 

Returning riders can come without an appointment and ride any bike that is available or bring your own. If you want a particular bike, best to call ahead to reserve!

CALL/TEXT MIA 520-370-0588

Spring hours (through May 23) at the Eduardo Aguirre Adaptive Cycling Center:
8am to 12:00pm Thursday, Friday, Saturdays

3pm-6pm Tuesdays with VeloVets for veterans

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