Free breakfasts throughout Flagstaff this morning! See here for a map of breakfast stops. (Missing from the maps is Floor Coverings International at 1 South Milton Road…sorry James!)
Worksite Coordinators: We need you to cheer-lead a bit for us for tomorrow, Bike to Breakfast Day. We really want to get our number of riders up for this year’s event to continue to show the growth of the popularity of cycling in Flagstaff. This really does help to get better bike lanes, bike trails and other facilities built. Join Jack Welch and Martin Ince for this evening’s cruiser ride!
It’s finally here! Bike to Work Week! Go here to get your commutes logged. If your Worksite is not on the list, you can still register Worksites here! Flagstaff is counting on you! The more folks we get to actively participate in Bike to Work Week by registering their commutes, the easier it is to get support and funding for bike paths, lanes and other facilities in Flagstaff. It’s easy,
Meet at City Hall at 7:30 am. This group ride with some of our representatives at City Hall helps to demonstrate our numbers, but mostly it’s just a great time riding with a couple hundred other local cyclists for a few blocks to a free breakfast! Thanks to Peace Surplus for buying us all breakfast!
Come on down to Heritage Square! 8:00 am until 12:00 noon Shop the Bike Swap for deals or rent a table and sell your old stuff. Enter your float or wacky costume in the parade. Get a helmet for your kid for only $10. Talk to the City of Flagstaff and others about you ideas for improving bike access. Join FBO and buy raffle tickets to win a New Belgium
Come by Altitudes Bar and Grill tonight from 5pm to 7pm to pick up your Worksite Information Packet for Bike to Work Week! Altitudes is at 2 Beaver Street just south of the Railroad tracks. Also, we’ll have raffle tickets available for the sweet New Belgium Brewing Company Cruiser starting at just $5! Hope to see you tonight!
Bike to Work Week kicks-off on Sunday, May 16th and the Worksite Challenge begins on Monday, May 17th! If you are the “bike commuter guy or gal” where you work, or even the “mountain biker”, (in lieu of the office bike commuter), we need you to help convince your co-workers to try bicycle commuting at least for the week! Please go here to register your Worksite now! We will get
On Thursday, February 18th, 2010, from 2:00 pm until 3:30 pm, we will be hosting a meeting at 101 West Cherry, 2nd floor meeting room, to facilitate the organization of the “Worksite Challenge” contest details. There will be other meetings to help set up other aspects of Bike to Work Week, so if helping to run the Worksite Challenge is not your specific interest, stay tuned. We are looking for
So ends another triumphant Bike to Work, School and Errands Week! But does bike to work week really ever conclude…??? I don’t think so! It is a Spectacular and Never-Ending EVENT! Over 1250 pedalers logged in 3400 times last week for a distance of 28,000 miles! That’s more than 8000 miles and 850 more log-ins than 2008! What we accomplished… We pedaled away 260 pounds of fat… The equivalent of