Bashas’ Thanks A Million Program Flagstaff Biking Organization is enrolled in the 2007-2008 Thanks A Million program that runs from Sept. 1, 2007 through March 31, 2008. You can support Flagstaff Biking Organization when you shop at Bashas’ by linking FBO to your Bashas’ Thank You Card and turning 1% of your shopping dollars into a donation. How it works: Flagstaff Biking Organization’s 5-digit group identification number is 24120. Take
Did you know that Tour de Fat makes up for about 50% of FBO’s income? Come out and help FBO raise money for all of our programs! Tour de Fat cruises into town this Saturday, October 6th! A Bicycle Parade will start at 11am from Wheeler Park so finish up those costumes now because there will be awards for the craziest one!New Belgium libations will begin to flow at Noon
On Labor Day Monday, cyclists from around Arizona will join the Verde Valley Cyclists in a ride to honor their close friend Pete Bennett and all fallen riders. The ride’s intention is to make a visual statement against the carnage taking place on our streets. It is a chance to mourn those who have been killed. The ride hopes to raise awareness of bicycle safety and “Share the Road”,
Do you remember when you were a kid and everyone rode a bike or walked to school? Times have changed but we want to give kids and parents the confidence and reassurance that it’s safe for their kid to get to school. Safe Kids of Coconino County is hosting a Walk to School Day at four elementary schools in Flagstaff. Children across the globe will be walking to school in
FBO’s biggest funraiser of the year, New Belgium Brewery’s Tour de Fat, is Saturday, October 6th. Anyone interested in volunteering please contact Kim at email@example.com. Because it’s quite possibly the coolest event of the year, the first shift of beer pouring has already been filled! Volunteers this year will receive a special edition Tour de Fat t-shirt! The parade will be back this year as well and will start at
Our next pancake ride of the season is July 15th! Meet FBO at the Shultz Creek Trailhead (off Shultz Pass Rd. about 1/4 mile past the Y with Elden Lookout Rd.) from 8:30am to 10am for pancakes! We’ll lead rides for various ages and levels after the feast.