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Bike to School, Bike to FREE Breakfast & Raffle Winners!

Wednesday: Bike to School, Kidical Mass Ride & Ice Cream Social 6:30 – 9am Ride with your school and classmates. Individual students can log in every day to win prizes – all week long! Join us for an evening of Family fun! Kidical Mass Bike Ride at 4pm, Ride leaves at 4:15pm – starting at the parking lot of Sechrist Elementary School – 2230 N Fort Valley Rd. All kids under 18 must wear a helmet. All

Bike to Work & School Week is off to a great start!

Be sure to log your commutes each day!  Log every day between now and Friday. Each day we’ll choose some winners for over $3500 in raffle prizes from those who logged their commutes! The first prizes of the week will be announced tomorrow…if you’ve logged already, stay tuned to see if you’ve won for today. Join us for… Tuesday! Savvy Cyclist Bike Safety Class – 6:00 – 7:00pm at Jan Romero

Wednesday: Bike to Breakfast! Free breakfast stops all over Flagstaff for cyclists.

It’s simple. Ride your bike to work or school along a route with one of the many Breakfast Stops. Have some free food courtesy of one of the awesome local businesses who are helping out! 2017 Sponsored Breakfast Stations VOTE for your favorite Breakfast Stop! Avenza Breakfast Stop map, The map is powered by Avenza’s PDF-maps app, a free download. Absolute Bikes – Route 66 at San Francisco St. (on the bike

The Savvy Cyclist Presentation- Ride safely with more confidence! Tuesday, May 23rd, 6:00-7:00 PM

Join League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor, and the Multi-Modal Planner for the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization, Martin Ince for this free, informative and empowering class! Tuesday, May 23rd at the Flagstaff Public Library Jan Romero Steven Community Room, 300 West Aspen. Learn to ride safely and legally. Bike with confidence in any traffic situation. Understand the basic principles on on-street cycling. Pick up tips for comfortable bicycle commuting. Take

Bike Bazaar, Swap, Parade and More! Sunday, May 21st, 2017.

Join Flagstaff Biking Organization for the kickoff to the 16th annual Bike to Work Week! on Sunday, May 21st at Heritage Square! The Bike Bazaar is a Bike and Gear Swap featuring vendors with used and new goods. Do you have stuff in your garage you’d like to sell? If you’d like to sell your own goods, please sign up for a table here: https://gnome.wufoo.com/forms/ma9ecoj171i1pr/ We’ll also have free bicycle

Bike to School 2017 Info!

Promote Bike to School Day!  2017 Bike to School Week poster 11 x 17 (.pdf) May 24th – Wednesday – Schools & Kids Day! Bike to School Day! Ride with your school and classmates. 6:30 – 9am Classroom Challenge Competition This year, individual classrooms, rather than entire schools, are encouraged to participate. Prizes for the top 3 classes. Classes need to be pre-registered by Friday, May 19th. Individual student can log

2017 Bike to Work and School Week! All the info you need…

View this year’s Schedule! Log your commutes between Monday, May 22 – Friday, May 26. The forms will open on Monday, May 22.   Sponsors 5 Days of Biking Challenge How does the Worksite Challenge work? Register your Worksite Sunday: Bike Bazaar, Bike Swap, Parade and More… Monday: Kick-off Commuter Ride with FREE Breakfast Tuesday: Savvy Cyclist Bike Safety Class Wednesday: Bike to School, Kidical Mass Ride & Ice Cream Social Wednesday: FREE

First Trail Day of 2017! Rogers Lake Connector Trail

May 20th, Rogers Lake Connector Trail Construction Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, head west on Route 66. Turn left on Woody Mountain Road. Drive to the Arboretum at Flagstaff, but turn left to a Forest Service Road instead of turning into the Arboretum. Follow signs approximately 1/2 mile to meeting location. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/tqFc3iVCqcq What to bring and other details: All Trail events start at 8:30 am and conclude with lunch

Letter from Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan regarding the Fort Tuthill State Trust Land Auction

Here is the full text of the letter we received from Supervisor Ryan today regarding the misunderstanding about the Fort Tuthill State Land Auction: Click here to see the letter in PDF format. October 7, 2016 Flagstaff Biking Organization Attention: Anthony Quintile PO BOX 23851 Flagstaff, AZ 86002 Dear Anthony Is the State Trust Land next to Fort Tuthill County Park threatened with loss? Yesterday I put out an alert

UPDATED! Part of Soldiers Trail and Flagstaff Loop Trail PROBABLY NOT at Risk of Private Purchase!

UPDATE!! When we posted this initially, we were responding to a personal plea from Coconino County Supervisor, Matt Ryan, who has been shepherding this land purchase for several years. He was responding to County staff’s understanding from the State Land Department that this land would be available to anyone at public auction, which is technically true. One of our members read the entire Auction Notice closely, (something which apparently County