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Please write the Flagstaff City Council and let them know that you support expediting cycling infrastructure improvements

Even if you have already signed the FLG Bike Party petition to the Flagstaff City Council, you should write the Council and Mayor and reiterate your concerns. You can email your comments all of the Council members and Mayor at council@flagstaffaz.gov . Your emailed comments become part of the public record. The Council seems to respond to an issue if they receive a significant number of letters on the issue.

Please comment before July 1st on the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project!

The Environmental Assessment for the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project has been released. From our initial review, we are pretty happy with what the Flagstaff Ranger District has chosen to include in this plan. It is apparent that the Forest Service is taking its role to proactively manage recreation in the MEDL area very seriously, and that they have heard the input from us and the scores

URGENT! Please sign FLG Bike Party’s Petition ASAP! Deadline TOMORROW June 9th, noon

FLG Bike Party has put together a petition asking the Flagstaff City Council to prioritize funding cycling infrastructure. Although there is some groundwork in place that should greatly benefit cycling, walking and transit, (Proposition 419, and the Flagstaff Active Transportation Master Plan), FLG Bike Party, and Flagstaff Biking Organization, feel that these plans come up short and are a little too little, a little too late. The unfortunate tragedy of

Trail Day! June 19th,Rocky Ridge Trail maintenance

We’ll be cleaning drains and reestablishing tread on Rocky Ridge Trail. Meet at Elden Lookout Road where the pavement ends. Google Map PLEASE RSVP: 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. What to

In solidarity with FLG Bike Party, and every cyclist

This year’s Flagstaff Bike Month has come to a much more bitter than sweet end. On Friday, May 28th, a tow-truck driver ran the red light west-bound on Butler at Beaver and hit six cyclists who were participating in the FLG Bike Party ride, a fun gathering of some cycling friends. One rider, Joanna Wheaton, was killed, and the five others suffered injuries. Four are still hospitalized. We are enraged,

Sean Murphy – 2021 Heritage Square Brick Honoree for Contribution to Bicycling in Flagstaff

We have been working with Sean Murphy since our first volunteer event in 2002. We had arranged for an IMBA Trail Care Crew to come out and teach their take on sustainable trail building and the steps and considerations that go into developing and maintaining trails. Sean was there, part of the Flagstaff Ranger District Trail Crew, and he asked if some of the things that we had helped to

Trail Day! June 5th, Orion Springs area reroute on Arizona National Scenic Trail, new trail construction

We’ll be realigning the AZT off of the newly reestablished logging road just west of Schultz Pass Road. Meet near Schultz Pass on Schultz Pass Road. Google Map PLEASE RSVP: 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

Trail Day! May 22nd, Arizona National Scenic Trail tread repair below Aspen Corner

Join us in doing some much needed maintenance on this iconic piece of trail! Meet at Aspen Corner on Snowbowl Road. Google Map PLEASE RSVP: 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. What

May 2021 is Flagstaff Bike Month!

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

Virtual Bike Safety Classes, May 4th and 12th

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