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Cranksgiving – a Bicycle-Powered Holiday Tradition

November 26, 2019

Pedaling the Pueblo – Cranksgiving



Cranksgiving is a food drive on two wheels. Part bike ride, part madcap scavenger hunt. All you need is a bicycle, a lock and a bag!

This event is FREE, but you’ll need $15-$20 to purchase food. Donations will support the University of Arizona Campus Pantry.

Pedal the streets and trails of your town as you search for specific ingredients that make up a Thanksgiving dinner. Once you’ve collected all items and arrived at the finish, this feast will be donated to our town’s most needy.

Tucson Cranksgiving will start and end at the University of Arizona Community Garden, at 1400 Mabel Street. The event is December 7th at 11 am, and riding kicks off at 11:30. Prizes from local bike shops will be awarded to the best riders.

Wanna join but don’t feel like racing? There will be fun, family friendly events going on in the Community Garden while the ride happens.

Cranksgiving is a national event that occurs in nearly 100 cities across the United States. Visit for more locations.

Pedaling the Pueblo – Cranksgiving

Pedaling the Pueblo is a mini-program and podcast that connects people to news and information about Tucson’s bicycle culture. A collective of bicycle enthusiasts host and produce weekly programs covering a wide variety of topics. From community events to questions about how bicycle funding works; tips to start riding more to interviews with local bicycling legends, Pedaling the Pueblo explores life on two wheels from a “people first” approach, allowing us all to have an open dialogue about how people move through our shared built environment.

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