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Ride the Divide movie showing at the Orpheum Theater, Wednesday October 6th, 7:30 pm

Watch the trailer here! Ride The Divide is an inspiring journey about the world’s toughest mountain bike race, which traverses over 2700 miles along the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains. The film weaves the story of three characters’ experiences with immense mountain beauty and small-town culture as they attempt to pedal from Banff, Canada to a small, dusty crossing on the Mexican border. Mike, a 40-year old family man

World Carfree Day – September 22, 2010

On Wednesday, September 22, 2010, Flagstaff will join the World CarFree Network to promote alternatives to car dependence and automobile-based planning.  Help make Flagstaff a healthier, happier, and more sustainable community by taking the car-free pledge at http://www.carfreeflag.com/ and leaving your car at home for the day. Everyone who pledges will receive a 20% off coupon from participating sponsors and will have a chance to win new commuter trailer donated

Clips of Faith-August 13th!

ROLL IT! The Clips of Faith season is upon us and Flagstaff gets to view HANDMADE FILMS while enjoying HANDMADE BEERS under the stars. Join FBO and New Belgium Brewing Company this Friday night for a FUNdraiser for FBO at Thorpe Park from 6pm – 9pm! Check out the trailer for the films here! Some tips for beer and fun lovers attending: 1. Your derriere is your chair. Should you

Flagstaff Hullabaloo this Saturday!

Come on down for an afternoon of cold beverages, good times, and old friends. Carouse with bike lovers on the hallowed grounds of Wheeler Park. Jubilate with wild costumes and kick up your heels for the best time all summer. Please join us as we revel in the sheer goodness that is a summer afternoon in Flagstaff. Come Hullabaloo! Proceeds from this event will benefit Flagstaff Biking Organization!! Have a

Clips of Faith Beer and Film Tour-Send in your film!

New Belgium Brewing Co. plans to take to the road this summer and fall for its inaugural Clips of Faith Beer & Film Tour and will be coming to Flagstaff on August 13th! The Fort Collins brewer put out a call for short digital, film and video submissions to be screened as part of a fourteen-city tour. The festivities are slated to kick off in Madison, Wis., on June 17

Bicycle Maintenance Class on April 24th

Gear up for Bike to Work Week by attending a bicycle maintenance class on April 24th! SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN: Basic bicycle maintenance and repairs on-the-go. Hubs, gears, brakes, wheels, pedals, steering . . . all will be revealed. Single speeders welcome too. The workshop focus is on spring and summer cycling. INSTRUCTORS Cosmic Ray is the author of Fat Tire Tales & Trails: Arizona Mountain Bike Trail Guide, Favorite

Bicycle Safety Class

Would you like to attend a Bicycle Safety Class taught by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB)?  The LAB is considering teaching a class in May in Flagstaff and would like to know if you’d like to come!  This is a great way to gear up for Bike to Work Week!  The cost is $15/per person. Please contact Connie Rosenkranz at crosenk1@aol.com for more information.

Flagstaff's Pedestrian Awareness Week: Sept 30-Oct 7th

Now it is the Pedestrians Turn! For all the pedestrians that wanted recognition during Bike to Work Week… we present Flagstaff’s annual Pedestrian Awareness Week. Be sure to share this post with your Ped-friends, co-workers and kids! Festivities begin Wednesday, September 30 and run through next Wednesday, October 7. Please join the many organizers for this fun series of events, which are intended to celebrate Flagstaff’s walkable character and to

Supporters for Flagstaff's Helmet law needed at the City Council TONIGHT!

The final vote on a Helmet Law for minors (kids under 18 years) will get it’s last reading and vote tonight. The vote on the initial reading was close: 4:3. We would like to see Flag’s dedicated cyclists show up (with helmets in hand) in the Council Chambers at City Hall (211 W. Aspen) tonight at 5:30 pm– the council can’t ignore the need to protect kids, and kids in

Valet Parking attracted nearly 300 cyclists on Labor Day!

Valet bike parking was an outstanding success Labor Day when 270 cyclists pedaled to the Coconino County Fair with a free entrance for cycle-commuters. Our fair commuting cyclists then enjoyed decorative prize-winning chickens, deep-fat fried everything, and wild inverting rides; in addition to their refreshing and scenic commute along one of Flagstaff’s beautiful FUTS out to the Fair Grounds at Ft Tuthill. The 4 day fair saw nearly 400 folks