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City’s upcoming budget retreat call to action, your advocacy and support needed!

The City Council has a Capital Budget Retreat this Friday and your engagement could help the Council and City Staff find the funding needed for a few key safety projects along with needed additional staffing. The projects include building Protected Intersections (a design style that significantly improves the safety and comfort for those walking and biking) at both Butler & Beaver and Butler & San Francisco st. These are two of the

2023 Trail Projects (for FBO and otherwise) Update.

Happy spring 2023!  As we start 2023, we are reflecting on how amazing 2022 was for the Flagstaff trail community.  Volunteer trail building events co-sponsored by Flagstaff Biking Organization (FBO) with the U.S. Forest Service tallied 720 volunteer hours and 14,526 feet of trail maintained or built!  The focus of those efforts was on the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project (MEDL).  A detailed wrap-up on the 2022 season

Announcing 2023 Flagstaff Bike Month! May 1-31

May 2023 is Flagstaff Bike Month! Celebrating 20 years* promoting bicycling in Flagstaff.*(2020 event canceled due to pandemic shut downs) For this year’s Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2023, we are happy to bring back all of our signature events, including Bike to Breakfast – a community favorite! Flagstaff Bike Month is for all kinds of cycling. Whether you are riding to work or school, or mountain biking or riding

Welcome new FBO board members

“It wasn’t until I got to NAU that I fell in love with biking. Commuting by bike in Flagstaff deepened my appreciation for this town and the quality of life daily cycling provided. Over the years I had numerous encounters with moving vehicles and although sharing the lane can be frightening, I never gave up my passion for the commuter lifestyle. While serving as Vice Mayor and Councilmember, I had

2022 Trail Program Wrap Up!

It’s that time of the year when we look back on the accomplishments of the trail program in 2022. We are thankful to our donors, volunteers, partners, and supporters for helping make our trails great and our community an awesome place to live. MEDL Project Signed! Because of the hectic fire season this spring, the signing of the Decision Memo for the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project (MEDL) was

Walnut Canyon Reroute is officially open!

The recently completed “Walnut Canyon Reroute” is officially open. This important initiative to take afew miles of the Arizona National Scenic Trail (AZT) off old forest roads south of Flagstaff, was asuccessful collaboration between the Arizona Trail Association (ATA), Coconino National Forest, ArizonaConservation Corps, Arizona State Parks & Trails, Flagstaff Biking Organization, Flagstaff Trail Faeries, volunteers, and FlaglineTrails. If you haven’t experienced this new ribbon of trail between Fisher Point

Trail Day! September 10th, Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots, Upper Moto Fire/Flood Rehab

Meet at Campsite 11 on Friedlein Prairie Road/ NF 522 We’ll be repair fire/flood damage caused by the Pipeline Fire on Upper Moto with all of our friends from Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horsemen‘s Alliance and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association. Google Map Note: Friedlein Prairie Road/NF 522 is a high clearance road. If you do not have a high clearance vehicle and cannot ride or otherwise access Campsite 11,

Trail Day! August 20th, New Lower Brookbank Construction

Meet at Oldham Basin Trail Head on Elden Lookout Road We’ll be building new single track to replace Lower Brookbank. 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

Trail Day! August 6th, New Lower Brookbank Construction

Meet at Oldham Basin Trail Head on Elden Lookout Road We’ll be building new single track to replace Lower Brookbank. 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

Trail Day! July 16th, New Lower Brookbank Construction

Meet at Oldham Basin Trail Head on Elden Lookout Road We’ll be building new single track to replace Lower Brookbank. 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