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Events for the whole family for Bike to Work Week! The best thing about being a kid is getting to ride your bike!

Flagstaff Bike to Work Week isn’t all business! We have plenty of fun events for the whole family and kids of all ages! Bike to School Day, Tuesday May 20th! Bike to School Challenge  6:30 – 9am Win the Golden Sprocket award for your school. The Golden Sprocket trophies will be awarded to the schools with the highest percentage of kids riding, (by size of school). Mega Rodeo at Ft.

Bike to Work Week: Worksite Challenge begins & Kick-Off Commuter Ride. Get on your bikes and ride!

Worksite Challenge began at 12:01 am earlier this morning (Monday morning)! Be sure to log your commutes! Each day that you ride and log in, (it only takes a few seconds), you’ll be eligible to win fabulous prizes! Here’s some other reasons to log those rides! Make sure to check out the Worksite Challenge rules if you want your work place to be eligible to win one of the KHS

Bike Bazaar Bike Swap, Parade and more at Heritage Square this Sunday!

Bike Bazaar – Heritage Square Downtown Flagstaff 8am – noon, this Sunday, May 18th Join us for our annual kick-off event for Flagstaff Bike to Work Week! 12th Annual Human-Powered Parade (CASH Prizes will be awarded). Bike & Gear Swap ~Reserve your table. Tables are available for a $20 donation to set up your bike wares for sale. (You can split tables with friends.) Table are 6 feet in length. $10

Bike to Work Week: why it is more important than you think to log your commutes.

We have been hosting Bike to Work Week for 13 years now and every year we have asked folks to spend a few seconds every day logging their rides through our web site. We have tried to create enthusiasm for this with the Worksite Challenge, where workplaces are eligible to win a free bike to use as office transportation, and by offering some really nice raffle prizes each day for

Flagstaff Bike to Work Week 2014, May 18-24!

It’s Bike to Work Week again! May 18-24! Join us for this annual celebration of Flagstaff’s bike culture and help us to get some new folks riding. Some things you can do to get ready! Sunday, May 18th, Bike Bazaar and Parade (Click here to reserve a bike swap table.) Get your workplace signed up for the Worksite Challenge! Download promotional materials! (Click here) Plan your Week! Full schedule of

Rising from the Ashes-Coming soon to Flagstaff!

Flagstaff Biking Organization is excited to help present, Rising From Ashes, the award-winning feature-length documentary about Team Rwanda.  This film will premiere in Flagstaff on Thursday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Orpheum Theatre.  Get your advance tickets here fpr $10, or at the Orpheum Theater for $15 the day of the show. A joyous and uplifting independent film about the development of a national cycling team in Rwanda, a

Help needed for Ft. Tuthill Bike Park fundraising and project management

We need help! We need people who are capable and willing to help with fundraising and eventually the implementation for the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park. Specifically, we need people who can help: Write grants. Develop a sponsorship package. Develop a Powerpoint presentation to deliver to potential sponsors. Plan and manage fundraising events. Set up and manage fundraising web campaigns. Work with the County and contractors on FBO’s behalf while implementing

Huge Flagstaff District Recreation and Trails Planning! Meeting attendance and comment letters needed!

The Flagstaff Ranger District has just released the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Proposed Action! (MEDL) This is a project that we have been pushing for for over a decade! The Proposed Action, which is the first fully public stage of the NEPA, (National Environmental Policy Act), planning includes: New trails Dedicated Class 4, (similar to Flagstaff Urban Trail), alignment of the Flagstaff Loop Trail from the Elden

Join Flagstaff Biking for First Friday Art Walk at Mountain Sports

Join Flagstaff Biking Organization this Friday night, October 4th, at Mountain Sports for First Friday Art Walk! Enjoy some fine New Belgium Brewing Company beer as you talk to our board about our programs and upcoming projects! Also, as part of Advocate Weeks, if you purchase a pair of Patagonia footwear between October 4th and 18th, Patagonia and Mountain Sports will donate $20 to Flagstaff Biking Organization for every pair

Trail Day! Flagstaff Loop Trail Construction, July 27th, Segments 26-28, near 301D Road/Campbell Mesa

July 27th, Flagstaff Loop Trail, Segments 26-28, near 301D Road/Campbell Mesa We will be continuing work on Segment 26, (.pdf map of the Flagstaff Loop Trail with segment numbers here), which we hope to complete thus making a continuous link between JWP Boulevard and the Arizona Trail Equestrian Bypass! Map here! Directions: From the intersection of Highway 89 and Country Club, continue east on Country Club to Old Walnut Canyon