Come on out and help be a part of the solution! We all know that budget cuts have slashed the Forest Service’s ability to do everything that’s needed to keep our trails in shape, so come out and help out! We’ll meet at the lower Shultz Creek Trail head off of Shultz Pass Road at 8:30am. Please bring your bike helmet (those shovels can hurt if they hit your head!
Mountain Bike Advocacy
As a celebration of the success of our Youth Mountain Biking Program and Trips for Kids, FBO and IMBA will celebrate the third annual Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day on Sunday, October 7, 2007. This is a great opportunity for you to pass your passion for pedaling on to kids! FBO has a limited amount of bicycles available for this event so RSVP to Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org if you
The Gunnison National Forest (GMUG) is proposing to manage mountain bikes as motorized vehicles as part of their implementation of the National Travel Management Rule. This decision is counter to an International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the USDA Forest Service that agrees that mountain bikes shoud be managed similarly to equestrians and hikers. This Proposed Action would also close several trails to mountain bike use.
This Saturday’s trail day is postponed until August 25th. Coconino Trails Riders motorcyclists would like to invite the members of Flagstaff Biking to join us during this summer’s CTR Trail Days. We will be working on the “Secret Trail” re-route. CTR will provide lunch, beverages and t-shirts (one t-shirt per person, per season). Join us for this fun event ! Contact Keith Greenwalt (928) 853-7093 for meeting locations and exact
Join us at Elden Lookout Trail from 9:30am – 3pm. Trail Maintenance Meet at: Mt. Elden trail head parking lot on 89A, just past the Peaks Ranger station. All trail events start at 9:30am and will end at 3pm. Lunch and refreshments provided at all events. Raffle prizes and trail T-shirts eligible to all volunteers. Please wear protective footwear and headgear (your bike helmet will work), long pants, and bring
When it comes to the longest trails in the country, mountain bikes haven’t been welcome. Congress banned bicycles from the Appalachian Trail before our sport evolved, and access to the Pacific Crest Trail was eliminated in 1988, before mountain bike advocacy had fully developed. With nearly 5,000 miles of iconic trail off-limits on either coast, mountain bikers have had to look to the Rocky Mountains for their taste of epic,
Biking, hiking and equestrian season is in full swing and the trails are getting more crowded, especially popular areas like Schultz Creek. Here in the Flagstaff area, we are very fortunate to have such an extensive network of trails open to bicycles. Along with that privilege comes the responsibility to behave appropriately and avoid hurting or offending others we meet on the trail. A bit of trail etiquette and good
WIN! a Fox Racing F100 RLT shox You can WIN a Fox F100 RLT Racing Shox along with other Fox swag ! You must be present to win at this trail day.
AZ TRAIL SEGMENT 31A (MARSHALL LAKE TO FISHER POINT) Meet at MARSHALL LAKE TRAILHEAD 8:30 AM Make Your Reservation Now! Meet other trail enthusiasts Improve a Flagstaff vicinity trail Win Prizes! WEAR BOOTS OR STURDY CLOSED-TOE SHOES; NO FLIP FLOPS, NO SANDALS! LONG TROUSERS, SUN GLASSES OR OTHER EYE PROTECTION TOOLS AND SATURDAY LUNCH PROVIDED BRING YOUR OWN DRINKING WATER To sign up contact: Gary Hohner, email@example.com 480 595-9303 Details
Join us on the Kaibab National Forest from 9:30am – 3pm. Trail Maintenance Meet at: Spring Valley Trail Head Directions from Flagstaff Take I-40 west to the Parks exit. Go north to Parks and take CR- 141/ Spring Valley Road 6 miles to the end of the pavement. Spring Valley Trail Head is on the left. —————————————— Flagstaff to Spring Valley Trail Head Map Close-up Map of turns in Parks