Bike Commuter Advocacy
Even if you have already signed the FLG Bike Party petition to the Flagstaff City Council, you should write the Council and Mayor and reiterate your concerns. You can email your comments all of the Council members and Mayor at email@example.com . Your emailed comments become part of the public record. The Council seems to respond to an issue if they receive a significant number of letters on the issue.
FLG Bike Party has put together a petition asking the Flagstaff City Council to prioritize funding cycling infrastructure. Although there is some groundwork in place that should greatly benefit cycling, walking and transit, (Proposition 419, and the Flagstaff Active Transportation Master Plan), FLG Bike Party, and Flagstaff Biking Organization, feel that these plans come up short and are a little too little, a little too late. The unfortunate tragedy of
This year’s Flagstaff Bike Month has come to a much more bitter than sweet end. On Friday, May 28th, a tow-truck driver ran the red light west-bound on Butler at Beaver and hit six cyclists who were participating in the FLG Bike Party ride, a fun gathering of some cycling friends. One rider, Joanna Wheaton, was killed, and the five others suffered injuries. Four are still hospitalized. We are enraged,
Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2021, will be less event-intensive and more virtual than previous year’s Bike to Work and School Weeks has been in order to help our community continue to climb out of the COVID-19 pandemic. 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
Flagstaff Bike Month, throughout May of 2021, will be less event-intensive and more virtual than previous year’s Bike to Work and School Week has been in order to help our community continue to climb out of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are finalizing details and will post full details early next week.
The Board of Flagstaff Biking Organization regret that we will not be able to promote the 2020 Flagstaff Bike to Work and School Week this May. In light of the uncertainties presented by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are not comfortable proceeding with the event. Most Bike to Work and School Week Events depend upon close contact with others: The Bike Bazaar and Swap, Ice Cream Social, Bike
Thanks to all those who showed up to ride in the unpredictable weather. Oh! Flagstaff. We still love ya. Now warm up. Tough conditions but even tougher riders! Thank you to Flagstaff Police Department, Flagstaff Urban Trails System, Flagstaff Vice Mayor Adam Shimoni, Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans, Council Member Jamie Whelan, Council Member Charlie Odegaard and the entire City of Flagstaff Government for the City’s ongoing support of cycling in Flagstaff. Congratulations to former Flagstaff Biking
Join us for our 18th year promoting Flagstaff Bike to Work & School Week! We have tons of fun events and activities throughout the week! Log your rides each day and you could win fabulous prizes. Ride all of our 5 Days of Biking Challenge or participate in the Worksite Challenge and you could win even fabulouser prizes! 5 Days of Biking Challenge. Win prizes for every day you commute or
Thank you! Flagstaff & Sponsors We truly cannot put on this week’s events without the generosity of our sponsors and our community! — Associate Sponsors — — Sustaining Sponsor — — Bike Raffle Sponsor — Winner of the New Belgium Bike! Congrats to Joni Bailey and her dog Edward. Shout out to Absolute Bikes for assembling the New Belgium bike. 2018 Weekly Stats! 1472 — Commutes logged 590 — Unique riders
FREE! 5 Days of Biking Challenge. Win prizes for every day you commute or ride. Ride all five days to be eligible for BIG prizes! We have a long list of prizes, valued at $20 or more, donated by local businesses to provide a little extra incentive for you to try our riding to and from work or school throughout Flagstaff Bike to Work and School Week! Each day that you