Did I win a raffle prize?

Check out this week’s winners – May 1-7.

Show your appreciation!
Post your prize on social media and tag the local business.
#iridebecause #2023flagstaffbikemonth #thankyouFlagstaff

Big shout out to our local businesses that generously
donated raffle prizes! THANK YOU!

Weekly Stats

700+ riders 
over 6300 miles ridden
Almost 325 unique rides

Rides by modality
Commuter 322 | Road 77 | Mountain Bike 236 | E-bike 87 | Kids 41 | Cruiser 8 | BMX 1 | Dirt Jumper 1 | Other 18

Keep riding for a chance to win!
Raffles awarded every week throughout May.

May 1-31 – Flagstaff Bike Month!

Biking Challenge!

Log all of your riding in the Biking Challenge and win amazing raffle prizes for FREE!

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 one of the fabulous raffle prizes donated by local businesses (Thank you!). 

Share your ride! Encourage your friends, co-workers and family to ride.
Post on social media, include the hashtags #iridebecause, #2023flagstaffbikemonth.
Tag flagstaffbiking on Facebook or @flagstaffbikingorg on Instagram

This week’s events


Bingo night @ the DSB beer garden every Monday! Game starts at 6pm. $5 entry fee. Dark Sky Brewing Company will donate 100% of proceeds to Flagstaff Biking Organization – all month long.


May 9 – Lowell Observatory “Mars Hill Challenge Ride”

Ride anytime between 12 pm and 5 pm, we challenge local cyclists to bike up Mars Hill to the Lowell Observatory Steele Visitor Center. The reward?

A FREE “2 for 1” guest pass to Lowell Observatory, and a refreshing bottle of water. Just show your bike helmet to the front desk greeter in the Visitor Center when you reach the top.

After the ride up to Lowell Observatory, roll down to one of the many Bike to Dine Out sponsors… YOU earned it. 


May 10 – Savvy Cyclist Bike Safety Class

Learn how to safely navigate Flagstaff bike lanes and streets. 

Whether you want to learn how to feel safer and more comfortable on your next bike commute or want to learn more about sharing the road, this class is for you.

City Hall – council conference room. Taught by League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor Martin Ince & Kim Austin. Attend in-person or virtually. Event to be live streamed on FBO’s Facebook page. 

Sponsored by:

Steel Sponsorship Level

Aluminum Sponsorship Level