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Clips of Faith movies this Thursday and Free Traffic Skills 101 Class this Friday and Saturday!

HANDCRAFTED BEER + HANDCRAFTED FILMS IN YOUR LOCAL PARK Thursday, July 12, 2012 In its third fabulous year, Clips of Faith is a beer-toting, film-traveling, nonprofit-benefiting show that’s coming to Flagstaff. We took our love for beer and fans and put them together in this one-of-a-New-Belgium-kind event. You’ll get to try our most esoteric beer offerings – up to 16 varieties on tap! – and pair them with inspiring short

ACT NOW TO HELP SAVE FUNDING FOR CYCLING!

It is imperative that everyone go here and use the form to contact his or her Representative in the House to urge him or her to oppose this legislation! Basically this bill would do much harm to programs that benefit cycling like: -Make Transportation Enhancement optional (much of the Flagstaff Urban Trail System has been built with this funding). -Repeal the Safe Routes to School program (our partnership with Coconino

City Council set to review and decide on new bicycle ordinances. Please attend!!

PLEASE MAKE AN EFFORT TO ATTEND THIS MEETING AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR THESE CHANGES TO THE LOCAL BICYCLE ORDINANCES!! The City Council will be reviewing these new bicycle ordinances at their meeting scheduled for December 6th at City Hall. The proposed revisions have been discussed and reviewed extensively by the Bicycle Advisory Committee for the past several years. On June 3, 2010, the Bicycle Advi…sory Committee unanimously approved a motion

Doney Park Multi-Modal Plan Open House

Coconino County and the Arizona Department of Transportation are hosting a public open house on Thursday, April 28, 2011 for review and comment on the multimodal transportation plan for Doney Park.  The open house will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at Summit Fire District Station 31 at 6425 North Cosnino Road. The plan will consider pedestrian, bicycle, automobile, and public transit needs, with an emphasis on pedestrian and

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

Doney Park Multi Modal Transportation Study Open House- September 30th

Hey Doney Park, Timberline and other north-east Flagstaff neighborhood cyclists! Please attend the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Multi-Modal Study Open House to be held September 30th, 5:30-7:00 pm at Cromer Elementary School 7150 E. Silver Saddle Road. A consultant for ADOT will be seeking feedback on what you would like to see for trails, paths, bike lanes, etc. in the greater Doney Park area. More feedback is better in these

Sedona "Ride the Red Road" SR179 Completion Celebration

* ATTENTION ALL BICYCLISTS *  After nearly 3 years of road construction in Sedona AZ, the road work is going to be finished and the town is having a party!  As part of the festivities that will be happening throughout Sedona (Friday-Saturday, August 20 & 21), the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition is sponsoring a SATURDAY MORNING BIKE RIDE.  We are inviting the entire cycling community in the Southwest and beyond

Help ADOT Create Bicycle Safety Plan!!

Click here, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link to take a survey on your concerns and observations about riding on State Highways in Arizona. Press Release: PHOENIX—As more people use two wheels instead of four to get around, the Arizona Department of Transportation is developing a Bicycle Safety Action Plan to help keep cyclists safe on Arizona’s highways. The goal—to reduce the number of bicycle

FBO Membership Drive almost there!

We have almost reached our Bike to Work Month membership drive goals but we need your help! Bike to Work Week 2009 was a spectacular success.. With 1250 folks pedalling over 28,000 miles, we kept 15.4 metric tons of carbon from the air and burned over 260 pounds of human kibble. And we felt great! But Flagstaff Biking’s Bike to Work Week, youth & adult education and riding programs, and trail work need an active