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Trail Day! Help work towards reopening Little Bear Trail! September 12th.

September 12th, Little Bear rehabilitation Help us in putting back one of the best trails in Flagstaff! Not only do we have two volunteer events scheduled this fall to work on Little Bear Trail, but we have hired American Conservation Experience (ACE) with $10,000 from a grant and events put on by the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA) to help realign one of the most problematic spots on the

Trail Day! Rogers Lake Connector Trail construction near Woody Mountain Road.

August 15th, 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:  From the intersection of West Route 66 and Woody Mountain Road, drive approximately 3.5 miles to a pull-out on the south/east side of Woody Mountain Rod. We will have signs up by 8:00

Trail Day! July 25th, Upper Little Elden (Schultz Tank working down hill)

July 25th, Upper Little Elden (Schultz Tank working down hill)  Come on out and help us tidy up this beautiful piece of trail! We will be making some drains and “de-berming”, maybe doing some minor realignments and narrowing some tread. As always, well have Kickstand coffee for everyone in the morning and delicious Biff’s Bagels sandwiches for lunch. Thanks to Aspen Sports for helping us get the word out about

Trail Day! June 27th, Campbell Mesa maintenance

June 27th, Campbell Mesa maintenance We will be doing some much needed maintenance on one of Flagstaff’s most popular trail systems. Work will consist mostly of establishing drainage and narrowing tread where it has widened because of erosion. If this trail is one of your favorites, please come out and help us keep it in good shape! Directions: From Down town Flagstaff, travel eastbound on Route 66. Turn right on

National Trails Day! Saturday, June 6th, Picture Canyon Preserve.

June 6th, National Trails Day, Picture Canyon Join the entire Flagstaff trails community in the annual celebration of trails! This year we will be working on building and maintaining trails in the recently established Picture Canyon Preserve. This is the first National Trails Day hosted by the City of Flagstaff Sustainability Program and we are really excited to be working with them! Please come join potentially hundreds of other Flagstaff

Friday Bike to Work Week Raffle winners and more!

Flagstaff Bike to Work Week draws to a close… But do not be dismayed! You can ride any time you want, year round! Every time you ride, you are saving yourself money, and maybe time. You are becoming healthier and contributing to a healthier environment! You are also having more fun! Keep it up Flagstaff! Thank for participating in this year’s event! We will have Worksite Challenge winners and the

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