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Bike to Work Week, Day 2!

Jack & Martin’s Excellent Adventure Cruiser Ride The ride stages at Altitudes Bar & Grill. A relaxed cruise-about-town with two of Flagstaff’s leading cycling and walking experts! Join us after the ride at Bigfoot BBQ, 10% of all sales benefit FBO. Bring your friends, and your helmet! All riders are welcome! Lowell Observatory “Mars Hill Challenge Ride” Mars Hill Road …. yeah, you probably know it, the paved ½-mile winding climb from

It's Bike to Work Week!!

It’s Bike to Work Week! Click here for complete details. Log your bike commutes! Make sure your Worksite is registered! After you ride in to work today, be sure to log your ride here. If your workplace is not registered in the Worksite Challenge, and you want to be eligible to win one of the bikes or the trailer, register your workplace here. (Your Worksite does not need to be registered to

Bike to Work Week Starts this Sunday!!

Register your Worksites in the Challenge now!! Go here to register your workplace in the Worksite Challenge. Entered Worksites are eligible to win either a Voodoo Nakisi from Flagstaff Bicycle Revolution, a Specialized Globe Haul 1 from Absolute Bikes or a Wandertec BONGO Bike Cargo Trailer from Bike Shop Hub. Also, throughout the week very time a bicycle commuter logs his or her bike commute, he or she is eligible

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

Worksite Challenge Winners Announced!!

The winners of the Worksite Challenge are… The winners of this year’s Worksite Challenge and the proud owners of new Breezer Bikes Citizen commuter bikes are: Large Worksite: LOWELL OBSERVATORY- average number of total workers per day was 53.2 and 37.6% of those people rode their bikes to work. Medium Worksite: ARIZONA RAFT ADVENTURES-average number of total workers per day was 12 and 59.94% of those people rode their bikes.

Today is the first ride of the rest of your Bike to Work year!

We don’t like to think of it as the end of “Bike to Work”, but the beginning! If this week got you riding, don’t stop because today is the last day of the event! Bicycling is all about momentum, so use the momentum we gathered this week, and keep on riding Flagstaff! Come on over to the Green Room tonight! Our closing event for the week promises to be awesome!

Thank you to our financial sponsors for Bike to Work Week!

Thank you to our financial sponsors for Bike to Work Week! Believe it or not, Bike to Work Week costs a bit of cash to promote and organize. Insurance and permits alone are pretty expensive. Without the financial support of the below mentioned sponsors, we could not afford to put on this event. Title Sponsor Associate Sponsors Please consider their considerable donation to bicycling in Flagstaff the next time you

Bike to School Day Rocks!

Check out this photo of the bike rack at Marshall Elementary! 619 kids rode their bikes to school today throughout Flagstaff!!! Final Golden Sprocket tallies are still pending: stay tuned. Bike-to-Potluck and Student Film Showing tonight! Bike to Potluck at Thorpe Park’s Ramada starting around 5pm And immediately to follow… Student Film Fest and Awards! 7pm We will move to the Adult Center at Thorpe Park for dessert and to

Wouldn't it be great if every day was Bike to Breakfast Day?

Hey all you bike commuters! Thanks for riding today and thanks to all of our Breakfast Stop sponsors! AZ Bikes Absolute Bikes Biff’s Bagels Flagstaff Parks and Recreation at Aquaplex Flagstaff Medical Center Flagstaff Police, Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, and CASA (Citizens Against Substance Abuse) Kickstand Cafe Killip Elementary Late for the Train NAU Enrollment Management and Student Affairs (EMSA) New Frontiers North Country Health Care Floor Coverings International Hope

Please Take the Commuter Survey!

The City of Flagstaff needs to know about how you use your bike! This information will give Martin Ince, the multi-modal planner over at the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO), some ammo to use when he is working on all of our behalfs for bike and pedestrian facilities. Click here, it won’t hurt a bit and only takes a couple of minutes! Only submit results once…Thanks!