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Bike to Work Week Thursday update, Wednesday’s raffle winners!

Be sure to log your commutes! If you’ve missed a day or two, that’s OK, there’s still time to log in for those days, just change the calendar date at the bottom of the form! Click here and take one minute to help demonstrate that Flagstaff needs great bike infrastructure! Jack & Martin’s Excellent Adventure Cruiser Ride TONIGHT! 5:30pm Meet at the downtown Flagstaff Public Library parking lot for a

Bike to Work Week Wednesday Update, Tuesday raffle winners

Vote for your favorite Breakfast Stop! Thanks so much to all of the local businesses who provided free breakfasts for cyclists this morning! Please take a second to vote for your favorite stop here. Jack & Martin’s Excellent Adventure Cruiser Ride, Thursday, starting at 5:30pm Meet at the downtown Flagstaff Public Library parking lot for a leisurely loop on the Flagstaff Urban Trail System. Bring your friends, and your helmet!

Bike to Work Week Tuesday Update! (Monday’s raffle prize winners too!)

Tonight! Savvy Cyclist Training at Flagstaff Medical Center- Flagstaff Medical Center — Tuesday, May 19th, McGee Auditorium. 6:30 – 7:30pm Taught by League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors, Martin Ince and FBO Board Member Dave Needham. Do you feel timid in traffic? Are you not sure where you should be when riding in the street? Do you want to feel safer and better equipped for your commute to work or

Bike to Work 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 $1000 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. If your Worksite has the highest percentage of bike riders for the whole week, y’all

Bike to Work Week kicks off Sunday with the Bike Bazaar, Monday morning with free hot breakfast!

WooHoo! Flagstaff Bike to Work Week is here! Bike Bazaar- Sunday morning, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon! This event combines a bike swap, Human Powered Parade, fun iron-on projects and games for kids and adults, discount helmet sales, info from local governments and cycling groups and more into a morning of fun and deals! Bring a fun costume for the parade, and some cash to scoop up some treasures, (and

Flagstaff Bike To Work Week Starts May 17-22!

If you are as excited for Bike to Work Week as we are, here are some things you can do to start getting ready! Register your work place in the Worksite Challenge! Every year we count on folks who are enthusiastic bike riders and bike commuters to help gt everyone else in town to try out riding their bicycles instead of driving. Everyone who rides and logs their commute (a very

2015 Bike Bazaar and Bike Swap! -Flagstaff Bike to Work Week!

May  17th- Sunday Bike Bazaar – Heritage Square Downtown Flagstaff 8am – noon 13th Annual Human-Powered Parade (20 CASH Prizes will be awarded). Bike & Gear Swap Reserve your table. Tables are available for a $20 donation to set up your bike wares for sale. (You can split tables with friends.) Table are 6 feet in length. $10 Helmets for kids and adults Mountain Lion – Bike / Bus Demonstration “Fender

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

Please participate in this walking and biking survey for the City of Flagstaff!

The City of Flagstaff, in partnership with North Country Health Care’s Hermosa Vida project, is conducting a short survey on walking and biking to help us identify places in Flagstaff where it’s good to walk or bike, and places where walking and biking need improvement.  Information from the survey will be used to develop pedestrian and bicycle master plans, and to identify future projects to improve walking and biking in