Month of May stats450+ unique ridersWOW! 20,100 miles riddenOver 2200 total rides Bicycle modesCommuter bike: Over 1000Mountain bike: 820Road bike: Almost 300E-bike: 127Kids bike or strider: 71BMX bikes: 4Other bicycle type: 78 Big shout out to our local businesses that generously donated raffle prizes, participated in Take-out Tuesday and helped to support Flagstaff Bike Month! Thank you! Thank you Flagstaff for riding!Let’s keep Flagstaff a Silver Level Bicycle-Friendly Community!
Bike Commuter Advocacy
FREE! Join the Biking Challenge! Log all of your riding in the Biking Challenge and win amazing raffle prizes for FREE! Over $3500 in giveaways. View all of the fabulous raffle prizes donated by local businesses. Throughout May, log every day that you ride. Mountain bike rides, road rides, commutes, school trips, bike park shreds, it only takes a minute, and each time you enter you’ll gain an additional chance to win.
The City of Flagstaff wants your feedback on the separated bike lane pilot project on Beaver and Butler! Information collected in this survey will be included in a more comprehensive evaluation of the separated bike lane pilot, which will be presented to the City’s Bicycle Advisory Committee, Pedestrian Advisory Committee, and Transportation Commission in early June, and to the City Council in mid-June 2022. Please click this link and provide
For this year’s Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2022, we are happy to bring back some of our signature events since COVID has waned! We have assembled some fun opportunities to encourage you to get out to ride throughout May! Unlike previous Bike to Work and School Weeks, Flagstaff Bike Month is for all kinds of cycling. Whether you are riding to work or school, or mountain biking or
Click here to take this survey now! https://www.opentownhall.com/11757 MetroPlan Stride Forward has another survey up. Please spend a few minutes to add your input! We are expecting another 3 or 4 of these over the coming months. The City and County rely upon the results of these surveys in key projects, like the Lone Tree Overpass, to gauge community priorities. This is an important opportunity to help guide planning decisions
Please click this link and take this survey which will help guide the direction of future transportation decisions in Flagstaff! Flagstaff Metroplan Stride Forward Survey We know that the City and Regional Government has issued myriad similar surveys in the past, and still robust bike/ped infrastructure is slow to come, but this is how government works. Help us to help you by “keeping the pressure on”. Thanks…
Flagstaff Biking Organization’s Comments to City Staff and Council on the Draft Active Transportation Master Plan
Here are FBO’s comments submitted to the City of Flagstaff on the Draft Active Transportation Master Plan: https://flagstaffbiking.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/FBO-ATMP-Comments-1.pdf Nov 19, 2021 City Staff, Mayor, Vice Mayor, and Council- We are writing today to provide feedback on the city’s Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP). We commend the city on the installation of Flagstaff’s first protected bike lanes this fall. We have already heard positive feedback from the cycling community and have
The Active Transportation Master Plan is the most important bicycle infrastructure plan for Flagstaff ever! All of the links and info you need are below, but please make an effort to learn about it and stress to City representatives and staff that this is important to you! Upon initial review by Flagstaff Biking Organization, it is apparent that, although there is lots to love in the Draft, bicycling, (and pedestrian),
We have partnered with Mountain Line and NOAZ Signs to create and install signage on seven buses to spread messaging about distracted driving, bicyclists’ place in the road way, and the real consequences of dangerous driving. NOAZ Signs donated the printing for seven 44″ x 21″ signs at no charge. Mountain Line donated the space on the back of seven buses for free as well. Flagstaff Biking Organization volunteers created
URGENT-Please write and attend (online)! City Council Work Session to Discuss Accelerating Bike Infrastructure this Tuesday June, 22
Please call in on Tuesday and urge the Council to take bold action to implement bike infrastructure now! This coming Tuesday’s City Council Work Session will be actually discussing accelerating Bike/ped infrastructure in response to Scott Heinsius’ petition. This is a substantial action, and the Council needs to hear from you in support! This is the time for you to speak out! What you need to do: Read the info