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Mesa’s Consolidated Canal Shared Use Path Bike Tour


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Half Day - Tuesday April 16 - CANCELED


Mesa’s Consolidated Canal Shared Use Path Bike Tour
Date: Tuesday, April 16
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Mesa City Plaza, 200 E Main St., Mesa, AZ
Cost: $69

photo of bicycle on wide concrete trail

Consolidated Canal trail in Mesa, Arizona


The City of Mesa Bicycle Tour is the perfect tour for both the novice rider and the rider that enjoys tours of western frontier cities steeping in over a 130 years of history. This tour will offer a flat easy ride that will provide you a fantastic orientation of cycling in Arizona and give you the opportunity to see a lot of historic sites that have made Mesa one of the frontier Mormon settlements and settlement towns in the West.

The 10 mile ride will begin from Mesa City Plaza and will tour eclectic historic neighborhoods and will feature Mesa’s Main Street public art. After leaving Mesa’s town center the ride will continue along one of Mesa’s premier shared use pathways that travels along the Consolidated Canal to the Chicago Cubs current spring training home. This ride will offer you a look at the partnership efforts that have occurred between the City of Mesa, the Salt River Project (SRP) Public Utility Company, and Safe Routes to School.

Length and Difficulty Level

Easy flat ride - 10 miles

Bikes provided by

Arizona Outback Adventures


Jim Hash, Transportation Planner, and Mark Venti, Senior Traffic Engineer, City of Mesa


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