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The Ten55 Tucson Gran Fondo (Not a GABA Ride)
Sunday, March 7th , 2020
Distances: Longo - 75 Mile, Metric-Century 64 Mile, Corto - 30 Mile, Piccolo (Fun Ride) 12 Mile.
Start/Finish: Ten55 Brewing and Sausage House, 110 E. Congress, Tucson, AZ  





Please plan on joining us for the second annual Tucson Gran Fondo on Saturday, March 7, 2020.    This event will feature route improvements focusing on rider safety and satisfaction, including new metric century and fun ride routes, and a post-ride block party showcasing more fun, games, music and even more savory food and tasty craft beer options!  More details will be forthcoming in the months ahead but in the meantime, please mark your calendars accordingly!


Cheers and safe riding!! 


Your Friends at Ten55 Brewing Co. and GABA

Ten55 Brewing and Sausage House, will be hosting the second annual Tucson Gran Fondo on March 7, 2020.

Similar to the first Gran Fondo, or “Big Ride”, originating in Italy back in 1970 and now hosted worldwide, the Tucson Gran Fondo will be held with the intent of bringing cyclists of all skill levels and the local community together to celebrate the sport of cycling and to showcase the re-birth of downtown Tucson. 

Riders in this non-timed/non-competitive event will enjoy the beautiful scenery of Tucson rolling along one of three different courses, Routes Coming.

Afterward friends and family are invited to join the riders at the Start/Finish line after-party on Scott, between Congress and Broadway, which will feature live music, delicious craft sausages and beers provided by Ten55 Brewing and Sausage House, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the American Diabetes Association.

Course Overview and Maps                                                                           

 We will provide three support and gear (SAG) stations (shown as A, B, C on the maps below) where you can refuel with fruit, water, sports drink, snacks and sandwiches. 

Watch for GABA signs indicating all the turns of the course and turnaround points. If you want paper map & cue sheets, please follow the links below and print at home to bring along.

New route maps coming soon.


Link to Ten55 Registration page coming soon.

Ride Specific Details, After Party, and Happy Hour                               

Volunteer Opportunity                                                                            

To have successful rides, we need members to volunteer to help with Sweep Drivers to help support the cyclists on the routes. Learn more on the GABA Volunteering page and send questions to our Volunteer Coordinator, Susan Reed via


Thanks and hope to see you on the ride!