Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2021, will be less event-intensive and more virtual than previous year’s Bike to Work and School Weeks has been in order to help our community continue to climb out of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have assembled some fun opportunities to encourage you to get out to ride throughout May! Unlike previous Bike to Work and School Weeks, Flagstaff Bike Month is for all kinds
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Virtual Savvy Cyclist Bike Safety Classes FREE! Commuter safety presentation. Adult-focused. Martin Ince and Kim Austin, both League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors, will be teaching two free live online Savvy Cyclist classes on how to feel safer riding in traffic and be a better cyclist. These will be on Tuesday May 4th at noon, and Wednesday May 12th at 6:00 pm. Tuesday May 4th at noon Details coming soon
We are partnering with Coconino County Safe Kids Coalition and the Coconino County Public Health Services to offer helmets for kids at only $10 each.We are taking orders through April 30th, so don’t delay!Click here to place your order now!
Bookmark this link to check throughout the season! NOTE: We will are asking that participants RSVP at least a day before each event in order for us to be better able to plan. It’s easy and only takes a minute using the form we are providing. Thanks for helping us out by doing this. 2021 Trail Days: Sponsor this program and distinguish your business as a proud supporter of mountain
Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2021, will be less event-intensive and more virtual than previous year’s Bike to Work and School Week has been in order to help our community continue to climb out of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are finalizing details and will post full details early next week.
Flagstaff Biking Organizations Comments on the 2020 Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Proposed Action
For a PDF version of this letter, click here. For a detailed map that accompanies this letter, click here. Thank you for opportunity to comment on the Mount Elden / Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project Scoping Proposed Action (MEDL PA)! This is the most important non-motorized recreation planning project for Flagstaff ever and we are excited to be a part of it. This effort will require community support not
MOUNTAIN BIKERS! PLEASE COMMENT! DEADLINE Monday, September 28th, 2020! It’s time! The Flagstaff Ranger District is requesting public input on their Proposed Action for the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project. Speak now or forever hold your peace! Some key points you might want to highlight: First and foremost: BE POLITE AND OFFER CONSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL INPUT! Mountain biking is very important to you! An array of mountain biking trail
The cat is out of the bag! The Heart and Little Elden Realignment Project is completed! This was a huge effort with tons of players, and we are proud to announce the completion of one of the best trails projects with which we’ve had the honor of being involved! Here’s some of the nuts and bolts of how this project evolved. In 2016, in part because of our persistent prodding
The members of the Board of Flagstaff Biking Organization regret that we will not be able to promote the 2020 Flagstaff Biking Organization Trail Days trail work events. In light of the uncertainties presented by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are not comfortable proceeding with the program. Additionally, the U.S. Forest Service and Coconino County Parks and Recreation have current, and probably changing, restrictions on what activities they
The Board of Flagstaff Biking Organization regret that we will not be able to promote the 2020 Flagstaff Bike to Work and School Week this May. In light of the uncertainties presented by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are not comfortable proceeding with the event. Most Bike to Work and School Week Events depend upon close contact with others: The Bike Bazaar and Swap, Ice Cream Social, Bike