2020 Flagstaff Trail Days Program have been cancelled


The 2019 Trail Days:

We are always actively seeking out individuals who want to be involved in the trails program at a higher level. Anyone interested in helping run a trail day or having more involvement in this program should contact us at trails@flagstaffbiking.org .

We make an effort to have projects for folks of all ages and physical abilities. Our volunteers and partner agencies will scout out projects like pulling invasive species, or shuttling the food and beverages to the event that don’t necessarily require a healthy back and massive upper body strength. Our new scheduled work hours will be from 8:30 am until 12:30 or 1:00 pm, so volunteers will have the afternoon to go ride, (or hike, or run, or otherwise enjoy the trails). Everyone is welcome at these events!

Our partners:

US Forest Service logo Coconino Country Parks & Recreation logo City of Flagstaff logo

Flagstaff Biking is continuing its commitment to the maintenance and construction of bicycle-friendly trails in Northern Arizona again for 2019. Once again, we are teaming up with several agencies and other trail groups in the region to help keep the area’s trails fun and sustainable.
FBO has 10 events scheduled for the 2019 season, please come out and join us in an effort to give back to the great multi-use trails here in Northern Arizona.

What to bring and other details:

All Trail events start at 8:30 am and conclude with lunch at 1:00 pm unless otherwise noted. Coffee will be served between 8:00 am and 8:30 am, and snacks, beverages, tasty lunch and FUN are all provided.

Sturdy closed-toe shoes, long pants, sunscreen, water, and head protection are required. Hardhats, gloves, tools, and trail work instructions will be provided. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.


May 11th, Little Elden reroutes 
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/2 mile past Silver Saddle Road. Turn left on Elden Springs Road, FR556. Follow signs for a couple of miles to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2VSEJYQGRx

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Trail Day Sponsor
Fratelli_Pizza_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


June 1st, National Trails Day, Little Elden reroutes between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring

Join the entire Flagstaff area trails community in the annual celebration of trails!

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/2 mile past Silver Saddle Road. Turn left on Elden Springs Road, FR556. Follow signs for a couple of miles to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2VSEJYQGRx

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Partners

Coco_Trail_Riders_logo

 

US Forest Service logoACE_logo ArizonaConservationCorps

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


June 22nd, Little Elden reroutes
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/2 mile past Silver Saddle Road. Turn left on Elden Springs Road, FR556. Follow signs for a couple of miles to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2VSEJYQGRx

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Flagstaff_Bike_Revolution_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


July 13th, Little Elden reroutes
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/2 mile past Silver Saddle Road. Turn left on Elden Springs Road, FR556. Follow signs for a couple of miles to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2VSEJYQGRx

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information

Sponsored by:

Trail Day Sponsor
Fratelli_Pizza_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


July 27th, Arizona Trail maintenance from Aspen Corner down

Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, take Humphreys St. north to Fort Valley Road, turn left. Take right on Snow Bowl Rd. Aspen Corner is approx. 5 miles up on the left. Follow signs for meeting location.

Google Map:  https://goo.gl/maps/Pm4mMZdt4RJFZuL77

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information

Sponsored by:

Trail Day Sponsor
Fratelli_Pizza_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


August 17th, Little Elden reroutes
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/2 mile past Silver Saddle Road. Turn left on Elden Springs Road, FR556. Follow signs for a couple of miles to the meeting location.

Google Map: 

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2VSEJYQGRx

Trail Day Sponsor

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


September 14th, Pedals v. Pistons v. Horseshoes v. Hiking Boots, Kelly Trail System

JOIN THE CHALLENGE! Let’s see which trail user group can show up in the greatest numbers for this great trail! A lovely trophy is on the line for the winning group… they will hold that trophy until next year’s challenge. Join this fun event… we ALL WIN when we work together to build good trail and strong trail-user relationships!

We’ll be working on the Kelly Trail System, and new trail system open to all users, including motorcyclists and some quad-trails. We will be focusing on the Ward Trail, which is new single track. Click here for a map of the project.

Directions: Drive south on I-17, past Mountainaire and Kachina, to the Kelly Canyon Road Exit. Cross on the over pass to the east. Follow signs to the trail head and parking.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/pbaMMwbSFZB2

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Fratelli_Pizza_logo

Partners:

Coco_Trail_Riders_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


September 21st, Little Elden reroutes
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Springs

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/4 mile past Townsend-Winona Road. Turn left at Sandy Seep Trailhead. Follow signs at the trailhead to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/BDzmanKn2nQv6GBo9

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Fratelli_Pizza_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


October 12th, Rocky Ridge, maintenance and reroutes following FWPP thinning

We’ll be helping to improve drainage and repair some of the impacts caused by the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project fuels reductions. Help us maintain this classic Flagstaff trail!

Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, take Humphreys St. north to Fort Valley Road, turn left. Take Fort Valley Rd. for 4.2 miles, turn right onto N. Schultz Pass Rd. At the Y take a left. Look for signs at Trailhead.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/JAyLpA9zasgZiN9R7

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Trail Day Sponsor
Fratelli_Pizza_logo

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


October 26th, Little Elden reroutes
between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Springs

Join us for the last trail day of the season!

Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/4 mile past Townsend-Winona Road. Turn left at Sandy Seep Trailhead. Follow signs at the trailhead to the meeting location.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/BDzmanKn2nQv6GBo9

Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information.

Sponsored by:

Trail Day Sponsor

For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org


For more information:
Anthony Quintile @ 928-526-7704 or email
Or
Joe Hazel @ 928-600-5729 or email