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Kids on Bikes

Tuesday is Bike to School Day!!

Log your ride to school here! Win a FREE Kindle Fire just by riding your bike on Bike to School Day. Coconino High School and Flagstaff High Schools only! One winner per school. Don’t forget to log your commute to be eligible. Student Awards The Golden Sprocket trophies will be awarded to the winning schools. FBO encourages parents, teachers, and administrators to support and encourage (or accompany) students to bike

Bike to Work Week, Trail Days, Bike Rodeos and More!

It’s springtime and time to ride! Once again we at Flagstaff Biking Organization have been busy through the winter planning our schedule of advocacy events for the spring, summer and fall! Here’s an overview of some of what we have going on… Bike to Work Week has new dates! Flagstaff Bike to Work Week is scheduled for Sunday, June 3rd through Friday, June 8th! We had so many years of

IMPORTANT!!! Please help keep the Recreational Trails, Safe Route to School and Transportation Enhancement Programs funded!!

The Congress and Senate are drafting a transportation bill right now that would potentially cut the Recreational Trails, Safe Routes to School and Transportation Enhancement Programs. These programs fund things right here in Flagstaff like the Flagstaff Urban Trail System, the Safe Kids Bicycle Rodeo Program and various other recreational trails projects on the Coconino National Forest. Please click here and submit the form letter that is provided, courtesy of

Flagstaff Biking Organization's 2011 season preview!

We have been working hard all winter planning for this year’s bike advocacy calendar. Here is a summary so you can plan to participate with us! 10th Annual Flagstaff Bike to Work Week, May 15th-May 20th We are hoping to make this the best Bike to Work Week ever. Click here to check out the schedule. Click here to register your Worksite in the Worksite Challenge now. This event is

Flagstaff Biking Organization’s 2011 season preview!

We have been working hard all winter planning for this year’s bike advocacy calendar. Here is a summary so you can plan to participate with us! 10th Annual Flagstaff Bike to Work Week, May 15th-May 20th We are hoping to make this the best Bike to Work Week ever. Click here to check out the schedule. Click here to register your Worksite in the Worksite Challenge now. This event is

Bike to School Day Rocks!

Check out this photo of the bike rack at Marshall Elementary! 619 kids rode their bikes to school today throughout Flagstaff!!! Final Golden Sprocket tallies are still pending: stay tuned. Bike-to-Potluck and Student Film Showing tonight! Bike to Potluck at Thorpe Park’s Ramada starting around 5pm And immediately to follow… Student Film Fest and Awards! 7pm We will move to the Adult Center at Thorpe Park for dessert and to

Sechrist Rides! Cycle train

DATE: every Thursday, starting April 1st (yes April Fool’s Day!) through May 20th TIME: meet @ 7:30, leave 7:40am…return trip meet @ 3:15pm, leave 3:25pm WHERE: meet @ Cheshire Park am…meet @ Sechrist School pm DETAILS: Cycle train will leave from Cheshire Park and ride with kids to Sechrist School.  We will follow the FUTS trail behind the museum into Coconino Estates and cross Ft. Valley @ Sechrist crosswalk.  We

Helmet Ordinance passed 4 to 3 on Tuesday, Sept 15th.

On September 15th, the Flagstaff City Council passed the Helmet ordinance for minors 4:3, with Mayor Presler, Vice Mayor White, Councilmembers Brewster and Swanson supporting, and Councilmembers Haughey, Overton and Evans opposing. The ordinance will go into effect January 2010. There was a sizeable crowd of helmet-wearing public attending the final reading and vote on the law. FBO, in conjunction with SafeKids Coalition, will continue its efforts to educate grade

FBO-supported Helmet Ordinance passes 4-3

Aug 19th, 2010 UPDATE: the City Council meeting of Aug 18th passed the FBO/SafeKids-supported Helmet law for Minors 4 to 3. This law will go into effect January 10th, 2010, and will be preceded by FBO’s ongoing education campaign and the effort to provide low or no-cost helmets to kids will be sustained and enhanced with a possible grant supporting that effort. August 13th: Join FBO at the City Council

Check out Flagstaff's Proposed Helmet Law

The City of Flagstaff is considering a proposed ordinance that would require all children under the age of 18 to wear a protective helmet while riding a bicycle on any street, road, sidewalk, bikeway, or trail. The City wishes to promote public involvement and invite public comment. FBO supports this effort. There will be a series of public meetings to consider the ordinance, the first before the City’s Bicycle Advisory