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Last Day of Bike to Everything Week

It’s the LAST DAY of Bike to Work Week! Log in now. See about our Amnesty for if you missed log-ins earlier this week. ENDS AT MIDNIGHT!! Winners of the Worksites Challenge will be announced on The EAGLE on Monday May 18th at 9:10 am. Coming up…TONIGHT! Cyclo-bration at Uptown Billiards, 5-7pm. Friday night we draw the winner for the New Belgium Brewery Red Cruiser Bike. Get your tickets while

Bike to School, Kids & Family's Thursday

Northern Arizona rocks! 1100 people logged 17,500 miles as of Wednesday. Another BeaUUTimous Day! It’s excuse-free! Go HERE to see current Challenge results. School Representatives! Report your Bike to School Day numbers HERE! Coming up….TONIGHT! Family & Fun at Thorpe Park! Bike to Potluck at the Thorpe Park Ramada, 5:30 – 7pm. Bring a Side-dish to share (yum!-salads-n-sides!), via bike if possible, and join us for the 2nd Annual Bike

Bike to Breakfast Wednesday was YUMMY!

We hope to show some preliminary BTWW results on the Worksite Challenge page later today! Log your Miles HERE or click on the green button on top! Coordinators log their daily totals in HERE! In our biker’s choice challenge, mt bikers miles are beating roadie miles almost 2:1. We’ve logged over 10,000 miles in 2 days! Go HERE to see current Challenge results. Coming up…. TONIGHT! The Flagstaff Community Bicycle

Bike to Work Week Log ins begin! Bike Bazaar went Big!

The Bike to Work Week Challenge is ON! Go here to Log your Miles for BTWW or click on the green button on top! Coordinators can log their daily totals in HERE. If you have any problems, close the window and try again a little later. If that doesn’t work, please contact BTWW. See who has logged their miles HERE, and totals/busser/walker report HERE. Bike to Work Week kicked off

Bike to Work Challenge Packages at Uptown Billiards Tuesday, Cinco de Mayo!!

Time is running out! Sign up your worksite for the Bike to Work Week Challenge occurring May 11th to 15th. Become the heroic Worksite Coordinator for your worksite and lead your worksite to victory. Registering is quick and easy, and your worksite could be the winners! PHOTOGRAPHERS! Don’t miss this chance! Submit an entry to “The Favorite part of my Bike Commute” Photo Contest! Winner gets a fantastic $300 Burley

Traffic Skills 101 Bicycle Course on offer May 2nd

Traffic Skills 101 Bicycle Course on offer May 2nd The City of Flagstaff, in collaboration with Flagstaff Biking, is offering a Traffic Skills 101 course. This class is the first step in becoming a League Cycling Instructor (LCI) through the League of American Bicyclists. LCI certified people can teach bicycle education courses, like Traffic Skills 101, and is a great way to help cyclists ride safer as well as to

Call to Bike to Work Week Participants!

Flagstaff Biking Organization would like to THANK YOU for participating in Bike to Work Week in the past. We are gearing up for BTWW 2009 on May 10th-15th, and we will need your help and participation again to make this year even more successful. Each year this event grows and becomes more successful, thanks to folks like you! And have you noticed the results? Each year we get more bike

Join the first Loop Trail day for the season this Saturday, April 25th!

We are kicking off Loop Trail season where we left off last fall… at Skunk Canyon off Lake Mary Road between the water plant and Skunk Cyn trail head.  Saturday’s FORECAST = “Partly cloudy, High 63”. Nice. Meet us at 8:00-8:15 AM on forest road 720. This is just off Lake Mary Road past Powell Blvd, the first left after the water treatment plant; follow the signs to the staging

Winners of the FBO Bicycle Raffle!

And the Winners are…. 1st Place: Pat Johnson 2nd Place: Dave Needham 3rd Place: Jack Williams We are currently working with the winners in order chosen to determine who gets which of the prizes: Kona Blast Mountain Bike from AZ Bikes: Wright Cycles Custom Singlespeed Mountain Bike from AZ Bikes: Giant Twist Freedom Hybrid Electric Commuter from Absolute Bikes: Congratulations to our winners and Thanks to all of those folks

Help FBO pass a Bike Helmet law for Minors

Flagstaff Biking needs the support of Flagstaff residents to pass this ordinance that would require minors younger than 18 years of age to wear a bike helmet when biking. The specifics of the law are not ironed out, you can help us by giving your comments and we ask you to provide us with a letter of support that we can present to the city of Flagstaff council. Many communities