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Vote for FBO during the Voice your Choice at Mountain Sports!

We are honored to have been chosen as one of the three non-profits for the Voice your Choice at Mountain Sports!  From November 1st through the 15th we invite everyone to stop into Mountain Sports and “Voice Your Choice”.   Individuals will need to come into Mountain Sports to cast their ballot (One vote per customer, per day. No purchase is necessary). The organization with the most votes will receives

Be a part of the Future of mountain bike trails in Sedona!

From the Red Rock District of the Coconino National Forest-A call for community collaboration on future trails Sedona, AZ – The Red Rock Ranger District, in partnership with the City of Sedona and the Big Park Council, are seeking to create a non-motorized trail plan that reflects local values and recreation needs and promotes tourism for regional economic benefit while protecting the resources that draw people to this special area.

Last Trail day of the year! Saturday, October 13th, Flagstaff Loop Trail near Campbell Mesa!

We encourage everyone to attend and assist in the implementation of this amazing trail. For more information on the Flagstaff Loop Trail, see here. We are getting closer to seeing the full connection between John Wesley Powell Blvd. and Campbell Mesa completed! Your help will get us there sooner! Click here for a map to (near) the meeting location. Accessing the work site will require high-clearance 2 wheel drive at a minimum,

Help the Verde Valley Cyclists Stop Illegal Trail Building in Sedona

Pledge to halt illegal trail construction on the Coconino National Forest – Red Rock District! Illegal trail construction within the RRRD of the CNF has been a problem over the years. The cycling/mountain bike community stands to prevent and bring to a halt the construction of illegal trails. Please fill out your info below to show you will support putting an end to illegal trail construction. In the past there

City of Flagstaff needs input on bike racks

A field survey of bicycle parking in Flagstaff was conducted in the spring of 2012 by a student intern from Northern Arizona University – follow this link for more information and to see the inventory: http://flagstaff.az.gov/index.aspx?NID=2707 So far, 400 bike racks have been identified around the city, providing parking for almost 3,000 bicycles; and now we can use your help to complete the survey: First, we surveyed a lot of

Trail Day! September 29th, Flagstaff Loop Trail, near Campbell Mesa

We encourage everyone to attend and assist in the implementation of this amazing trail. For more information on the Flagstaff Loop Trail, see here. We are getting closer to seeing the full connection between John Wesley Powell Blvd. and Campbell Mesa completed! Your help will get us there sooner! Click here for a map to (near) the meeting location. Accessing the work site will require high-clearance 2 wheel drive at a minimum,

Pedals v. Pistons v. Horseshoes v. Hiking Boots Trail Day! September 15th, Lower Ft. Valley Trails

September 15th, Pedals v. Pistons v. Horseshoes v. Hiking Boots JOIN THE CHALLENGE! Let’s see which trail user group can show up in the greatest numbers for this great trail! A lovely trophy is on the line for the winning group… they will hold that trophy until next year’s challenge. Join this fun event… we ALL WIN when we work together to build good trail and strong trail-user relationships! What

Help us build the Flagstaff Loop Trail! August 25th, near Campbell Mesa

August 25th, Flagstaff Loop Trail, Segment 29, near Campbell Mesa We encourage everyone to attend and assist in the implementation of this amazing trail. For more information on the Flagstaff Loop Trail, see here. We are getting closer to seeing the full connection between John Wesley Powell Blvd. and Campbell Mesa completed! Your help will get us there sooner! Click here for a map to (near) the meeting location. Accessing the

Help construct some more of the Flagstaff Loop Trail! July 28th, Campbell Mesa Area

July 28th, Flagstaff Loop Trail, Segment 29, near Campbell Mesa We encourage everyone to attend and assist in the implementation of this amazing trail. For more information on the Flagstaff Loop Trail, see here. We are getting closer to seeing the full connection between John Wesley Powell Blvd. and Campbell Mesa completed! Your help will get us there sooner! Click here for a map to the turn-off to 301 Road. (Google

Submit your ideas for new trails or realignments in the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills area!

Very soon the US Forest Service Flagstaff District will be issuing a Proposed Action for recreation planning in the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills area. This planning will hopefully include a bunch of new trails! It will also be an opportunity to fix alignment issues with existing trails that may be causing erosion or other tread problems. This is where you come in… If you would like to suggest a