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July 13 – Little Elden, Sunset, and Arizona National Scenic Trail realignments

Meet at Schultz Tank / Weatherford Trailhead – ACCESS FROM HIGHWAY 180 AND SCHULTZ PASS ROAD/FR 420. We’ll be realigning and maintaining several trails in the Schutz Tank area. 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

“Full Sail” Flow Trail and “Meteoride” Are Ready For Full Send!

After a small hiccup because of last year’s dry monsoon, (leading to inordinately dry soil conditions not conducive to trail construction), the new flow trail, “Full Sail”, is open to ride! The new “Meteoride” trail has been open for a while this spring as well. These two directional bike trails are an important part of the final result of years of advocacy and efforts by Flagstaff Biking Organization and scores

June 1, National Trails Day – Little Elden, Sunset, and Arizona National Scenic Trail realignments

Meet at Schultz Tank / Weatherford Trailhead – ACCESS FROM HIGHWAY 180 AND SCHULTZ PASS ROAD/FR 420. We’ll be realigning and maintaining several trails in the Schutz Tank area. Join the entire Flagstaff area trails community in the annual celebration of trails! 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

May 15 – Bike To Breakfast day!

Enjoy free breakfast and festivities — from 6:30 – 9 am at the locations listed below. Join bike-friendly businesses around town graciously hosting breakfast for all our fine bike riders! Visit stops throughout Flagstaff. Check to see which stop is along your route, hit one or hit them all! Coffee, juice, muffins, bagels, mini-burritos, DONUTS and other breakfast treats will fuel your commute. 2024 Sponsored Breakfast Stations

Bike to School Day! Kidical Mass Ride & Ice Cream Social

May 8 – Wednesday  Bike to School Day! Kidical Mass Ride & Ice Cream Social @ Sechrist Elementary School Bikes & Ice Cream! yum!Meet at Sechrist School. Arrive at 4pm, rides leaves at 4:15pm. The route will be escorted by Flagstaff Police Department, for a 3.5 mile ride on the FUTS. Ice cream treats to be served afterwards. Ride leaves at 4:15pm — All kids under 18 must wear a

May 18 – Little Elden, Sunset, and Arizona National Scenic Trail realignments

Meet at Schultz Tank / Weatherford Trailhead IF YOU ARE DRIVING TO THIS EVENT, ACCESS IS ONLY FROM THE ELDEN SPRINGS ROAD/FR 556, OFF OF HIGHWAY 89! We’ll be realigning and maintaining several trails in the Schutz Tank area. 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

May is Flagstaff Bike Month!

Flagstaff Bike Month is for all kinds of cycling. Whether you are riding to work or school, or mountain biking or riding at the bike park, you can participate. May 1-31 Get your bike(s) ready! The annual event is made possible by the generous support of our Flagstaff community. Join the Biking Challenge. Ride your bike! Log your ride! Win prizes from local businesses! Would your business be interested in donating a

***CANCELLED*** April 27 – Arizona National Scenic Trail, Fisher Point area maintenance

Event cancelled due to weather.Meet at Sandy’s Canyon Trail Head. We’ll be maintaining trail on the AZNST, Sandy’s Canyon Trail and Fisher Point area Google MapPLEASE 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

2024 Trail Projects & Schedule

Here are the 2024 dates for Trail Days! As you are probably aware, the past couple of years has been a renaissance of sorts for trails in the Mount Elden/Dry Lake Hills area (MEDL). This is, in large part, because of Flagstaff Biking Organization’s initial prodding and years (well over a decade!) of persistence in advocating for the MEDL Project. We have been continuing our work in advocacy for additional trail