Mountain Bike Advocacy

The 2021 Trail Day schedule is live!

Bookmark this link to check throughout the season! NOTE: 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. 2021 Trail Days: Sponsor this program and distinguish your business as a proud supporter of mountain

Flagstaff Biking Organizations Comments on the 2020 Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Proposed Action

For a PDF version of this letter, click here. For a detailed map that accompanies this letter, click here. Thank you for opportunity to comment on the Mount Elden / Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project Scoping Proposed Action (MEDL PA)! This is the most important non-motorized recreation planning project for Flagstaff ever and we are excited to be a part of it. This effort will require community support not

URGENT! Please comment on the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project Proposed Action!

MOUNTAIN BIKERS! PLEASE COMMENT! DEADLINE Monday, September 28th, 2020! It’s time! The Flagstaff Ranger District is requesting public input on their Proposed Action for the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Project. Speak now or forever hold your peace! Some key points you might want to highlight: First and foremost: BE POLITE AND OFFER CONSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL INPUT! Mountain biking is very important to you! An array of mountain biking trail

Heart and Little Elden Realignment Projects Complete!

The cat is out of the bag! The Heart and Little Elden Realignment Project is completed! This was a huge effort with tons of players, and we are proud to announce the completion of one of the best trails projects with which we’ve had the honor of being involved! Here’s some of the nuts and bolts of how this project evolved. In 2016, in part because of our persistent prodding

2020 Flagstaff Trail Days Program – CANCELLED

The members of the Board of Flagstaff Biking Organization regret that we will not be able to promote the 2020 Flagstaff Biking Organization Trail Days trail work events. In light of the uncertainties presented by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are not comfortable proceeding with the program. Additionally, the U.S. Forest Service and Coconino County Parks and Recreation have current, and probably changing, restrictions on what activities they

Trail program wrap up 2019

The 2019 trail work season has wrapped up and the numbers show that, despite the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project helicopter thinning and the Museum Fire closures, Flagstaff Biking Organization and the Flagstaff Trail Faeries mobile trail crew got a lot done on Flagstaff area trails.  There were seven FBO volunteer Trail Days on Little Elden Trail and we were able to open 2 miles of new trail to the public

Flagstaff Trails Initiative Major Milestone: Draft Regional Trail Strategy

Flagstaff Biking Organization has been a key stakeholder as part of the core group that has initiated and developed this Draft Regional Trail Strategy.  Please read below, use the links to navigate to the documents, and give feedback! Collaborative Vision for Flagstaff’s Trail System Released Trail providers, users, conservation advocates and other partners have come together as the Flagstaff Trails Initiative (FTI) to prepare the draft Flagstaff Regional Trail Strategy, a plan for

Oct. 26 – Last Trail Day of the season! Little Elden reroutes

Join us for the last trail day of the season! Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/4 mile past Townsend-Winona Road. Turn left at Sandy Seep Trailhead. Follow signs at the trailhead to the meeting location. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/BDzmanKn2nQv6GBo9 Please click HERE to see what you’ll need to bring and other important information. Sponsored by: For more information on this trail day event, contact: trails@flagstaffbiking.org

Trail Day! Oct. 12 – Rocky Ridge

Rocky Ridge maintenance and reroutes following FWPP thinning We’ll be helping to improve drainage and repair some of the impacts caused by the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project fuels reductions. Help us maintain this classic Flagstaff trail! Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, take Humphreys St. north to Fort Valley Road, turn left. Take Fort Valley Rd. for 4.2 miles, turn right onto N. Schultz Pass Rd. At the Y take a left. Look

Trail Day! Sept. 21 – Little Elden Reroutes

Little Elden between Sandy Seep and Little Elden Spring Flagstaff we are making such great progress. Let’s keep the momentum going. Come give back to our trail systems by helping to work on this super fun, windy trail. Directions: Drive north on Highway 89A, about 1/4 mile past Townsend-Winona Road. Turn left at Sandy Seep Trailhead. Follow signs at the trailhead to the meeting location. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/BDzmanKn2nQv6GBo9 Please click HERE to