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Help build the new Roger’s Lake Connector Trail! Saturday, October 25th, near Woody Mountain Road

October 25th, Roger’s Lake connector Once completed, this trail will connect the Roger’s Lake Trail System to the Flagstaff Loop Trail and Ft. Tuthill Trail System. What a great addition to the Flagstaff area trail network! Directions: To get to the meeting location, travel on West Route 66 to Woody Mountain Road. Turn left and travel approximately 3 miles on Woody Mountain Road. Turn left at the signs to the event

Guest post from Flagstaff City Manager Kevin Burke on City Prop 406- Road Repair and Street Safety

Flagstaff has over 660 lane miles of roads — many of them in declining condition with potholes and other problems. Safe streets connect people to work, doctors’ offices, grocery stores; places that are vital to everyone’s well being. Safe roads help everyone – including transit riders, bicyclists and pedestrians. The Flagstaff City Council is asking voters to decide on a city sales tax dedicated for road repair and street safety.

Guest post from Supervisor Matt Ryan on Prop 403, County Initiative for Road Maintenance Sales Tax

“All Modes Use Roads!” Prop 403 is the County Initiative for Road Maintenance Sales Tax. I say “All Modes Use Roads!!!” and they provide great cycling opportunities with the ability to shift in the city from bike to bus, road to trail; and outside the city from vehicle to trail, and/or longer rides such as from your home to Mormon Lake, or perhaps Clints Well on Lake Mary Road or

CANCELED! September 27th, Little Bear Trail Restoration

Because of numerous and widely disseminated warnings from both the National Weather Service and Coconino County about the potential for violent storms, including a possibility of flash floods and tornadoes, we are cancelling this event! Please be sure to thank our sponsors for their support next time you frequent their businesses: Flagstaff Bicycle Revolution, Biff’s Bagels and Kickstand Kafe! September 27th, Little Bear restoration Help us to repair the Little

Valet parking at the Coconino County Fair to Benefit the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park!

Ride your bike to the County Fair! Avoid traffic, reduce your carbon footprint, have a fun ride AND help to build the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park! FBO is hosting  a free valet service for all cyclists who ride to the fair. Leave your bike lock at home and your bike with us. We will be taking donations which will go directly to the construction of the Bike Park. Hours: Saturday, August

September 20th, Pedals v. Pistons v. Horseshoes v. Hiking Boots, Kelly Multi-use Trail Project

September 20th, Pedals v. Pistons v. Horseshoes v. Hiking Boots, Kelly Multi-use Trail Project JOIN THE CHALLENGE! Let’s see which trail user group can show up in the greatest numbers for this great trail! A lovely trophy is on the line for the winning group… they will hold that trophy until next year’s challenge. Join this fun event… we ALL WIN when we work together to build good trail and

FBO’s comments on the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project DEIS

Below is Flagstaff Biking Organization’s comments on the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project. Please feel free to use this letter to help formulate your own! We are strongly in favor of the need for fuels management in the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills area, but we want to make sure that mountain bike trails are protected as best as possible throughout the process. Your letter backing up this need will help

August 16th, Rocky Ridge trail maintenance – west side

August 16th, Rocky Ridge maintenance – west side Help us reestablish some drainage and fix some tread on this popular trail that is part of the Arizona National Scenic Trail! Directions:  We will be meeting at Schultz Creek Trail Head, turn right on Schultz Pass Road from Highway 180 (Ft. Valley Road), bear left on Schultz Pass Road, turn right into the trail head just after the cattle guard where

Please attend the Flagstaff City Council meeting to support protecting the Walnut Canyon Study area from potential development

Join us in urging the Flagstaff City Council to support a land designation for the Walnut Canyon Study Area that will prohibit land trades that could jeopardize trails and other access in the Walnut Canyon Study Area. Tuesday, July 8th, 6:00 pm, Flagstaff City Hall. The map shows trails and the boundaries of the area. (Click the map for a bigger image.) FBO supports Congressional designation of a National Conservation

Help build the Roger’s Lake Connector Trail! Saturday, July 12th.

July 12th, Roger’s Lake connector Join FBO and the Flagstaff Ranger District to continue construction of this vital connector between the Flagstaff Loop Trail on the west side of Flagstaff to the new Roger’s Lake County Natural Area trail system. We also want to welcome Mountain Sports Flagstaff, a long-time FBO supporter, as our newest Trail Program Sponsor! Mountain Sports and Patagonia Footwear will supply small gifts for all participants