Our friends from Sim Works USA are in Tuscon this weekend with Jenna and the Transit Cycles team. Josh and Spencer were there yesterday and documented the shop and some of the fun in the gallery below.
Sim Works will be at Transit again Sunday from 11-4, so if you’re in the area be sure to stop by and say hello!
Transit has been a hub of amazing bikes, products, and services for many years. Originally opened in 2014 by Duncan and sold to Jenna a few years back. The shop has moved a few times, never very far, to its current spot at the Mercado San Augustine Annex. Since Jenna purchased the shop it has become the only woman-owned and operated bike shop in all of Arizona.
Transit currently stocks all QBP brands, Esker Cycles, State, Omnium Cargo Bikes, and Revel Bikes. They also have a healthy dose of bags from Oveja Negra, Bags By Bird, Stay Rippie, Road Runner Bags, Outer Shell, North Street, Revelate Designs, and solar-powered Nittany Mountain Works. Tranist will also be hosting the Bell Breaker on January 27th, A 24-hour endurance event meant to break your bell.
After hanging around the MSA Annex all day oogling all the shiny and cute bike parts Daniel took us on a cruise around Downtown Tucson. We visited a bunch of local murals and finished the night off with tacos and Sonoran Hot dogs of course.
If you can’t make it out to see the Simworks folks this weekend make sure to put Transit Cycles and the MSA Annex on your list for your next visit to Tucson. It’s just off the Santa Cruz section of The Loop west of downtown Tucson.