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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

First Trail Day of 2014! Roger’s Lake Connector Trail, May 10th

May 10th, Roger’s Lake connector Join FBO and the Flagstaff Ranger District to continue construction of this vital connector between the Flagstaff Loop Trail on the west side of Flagstaff to the new Roger’s Lake County Park trail system. Meeting location: Click here for a map to the approximate meeting location. To get to the meeting location, travel on West Route 66 to Woody Mountain Road. Turn left and travel

First Trail Day of 2014! Roger's Lake Connector Trail, May 10th

May 10th, Roger’s Lake connector Join FBO and the Flagstaff Ranger District to continue construction of this vital connector between the Flagstaff Loop Trail on the west side of Flagstaff to the new Roger’s Lake County Park trail system. Meeting location: Click here for a map to the approximate meeting location. To get to the meeting location, travel on West Route 66 to Woody Mountain Road. Turn left and travel

Flagstaff Gravity Riders Elden Look Out Road Clean Up Day! (Rescheduled!)

Join the Flagstaff Gravity Riders and the US Forest Service Flagstaff Ranger District for some trash clean up along Elden LO Road! Meet this Saturday, MAY 3rd at 10:00 am at the gate on Elden LO Road just after it turns to a dirt road. We will be picking up trash and debris along the road. Help keep one of our favorite riding areas clean! For more info, contact Josh

Bike to Work Week Packet Pick Up tonight at Altitutes!

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!

Bicycle Safety Class

Would you like to attend a Bicycle Safety Class taught by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB)?  The LAB is considering teaching a class in May in Flagstaff and would like to know if you’d like to come!  This is a great way to gear up for Bike to Work Week!  The cost is $15/per person. Please contact Connie Rosenkranz at crosenk1@aol.com for more information.

Flagstaff Biking Organization is beginning to organize Flagstaff Bike to Work Week 2010!

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

Help Save Arizona State Parks Funding!

Because of State budget woes, there is legislation being considered that would take away millions of dollars of funding for the Arizona State Parks department. Not only would this potentially close many of our State Parks, including Deadhorse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, location of some great nearby winter mountain biking opportunities, it could severely impact monies spent on trails and trails planning within the State. Although you may not