Tucson's first cycling eco-resort that  supports National Park Service initiatives promoting alternative transportation.

A 21st Century Tucson Guest Ranch for Cyclists



The combination of fine lodging and amenities with a world class training facility is an exciting and original concept. Bike Ranch will bring sport and eco-tourists  from all over the world to enjoy Tucson.



Bike Ranch is inspired by the iconic Tucson guest ranches of the 1940s. Our design combines natural building materials with 21st century innovations in alternative energy sources and water conservation.



A rare combination of perfect weather and topography, along with visionary leadership that invests in infrastructure, has made Tucson one of the pre-eminent cycling cities. Bike Ranch is a natural extension of Tucson's commitment to safe cycling. 

The League of American Bicyclists Supports Bike Ranch

Support from the League of American Bicyclists

Tucson Is Currently a Gold Rated Bicycle Friendly City

The 5 E's for a Bicycle Friendly America 

  1. Engineering: Creating safe and convenient places to ride and park. 
  2. Education: Giving people of all ages and abilities the skills and confidence to ride.
  3. Encouragement: Creating a strong bike culture that welcomes and celebrates bicycling. 
  4. Enforcement: Ensuring safe roads for all users.
  5. Evaluation & Planning: Planning for bicycling as a safe and viable transportation option.

Bike Ranch is an innovative new cycling business that brings further recognition for Tucson.


Bike Ranch is committed to sustainability in all aspects of its design and function. Our goal is to be a model for resource conservation in the desert, and we are striving to be one of only a handful of Platinum LEED designated hotels in the United States.

Cycling represents a new ethos in  fitness that also embraces a greater awareness of the natural world.  As the most energy efficient means of transportation, cycling is not only good for our health, it's good for the health of our environment.  Every mile traveled by bicycle instead of an automobile saves the atmosphere a pound of carbon dioxide, and thanks to more than 900 miles of bike lanes, including the 131-mile urban Loop, Bike Ranch guests will be able to experience Tucson from their bikes instead of cars.

Our desert campus across from Saguaro National Park will have abundant open space and natural habitat with biological connectivity for wildlife. Like the historic lodges that co-exist with many of the great parks, the Bike Ranch will be a supportive and a beneficial neighbor to Saguaro Park.

Download our E-Flyer: Arguments Answered

We were voted a use permit by the Pima County Board of Supervisors on July 2nd despite the arguments made by opposition neighbors. 




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