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2016 Spring Bike Park Volunteer Day info What: Spring Bike Park Volunteer Day. We will be spending the day reviewing BPV volunteer agreements, volunteer responsibilities, BP maintenance techniques, and wrapping up with a spring tune up of the Bike Park. Volunteers will be required to wear a hard hat or bike helmet and wear closed toed shoes. Gloves and sunscreen are recommended. Refreshments will be provided and pizza will be
We are finalizing building permits and working towards getting quotes for constructing the next phase of the Fort Tuthill Bike Park, but WE NEED YOUR HELP! We have a bunch of dirt thanks to Kinney Construction Services, (we’ll need some more), and approximately $32,000 raised towards the construction work, equipment rentals and other materials thanks to several generous donors and sponsors. We will need a bunch more money to get
Last spring, we had just been awarded the IMBA Bell Built Grant, but there had still not been any dirt moved. Today, we have three flow trails, a tot track, return and entrance trails, signage, a tool shed and volunteer program all in place! Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this initial success! We still have a ton of work to do to build out several more phases. We
Please go to Mountain Sports Flagstaff each and every day that you can between now and April 30th and vote for Flagstaff Biking Organization to get a $5000 grant for the Fort Tuthill Bike Park!! Each vote is a raffle ticket for a $500 gift certificate at Mountain Sports for you too! Simply stop into Mountain Sports Flagstaff to “Voice Your Choice” daily between April 15 and April 30, 2015.
Click here to pre-register so that we know how many folks to expect. Saturday, April 18th Fort Tuthill County Park 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Lunch provided for participants. Flagstaff Biking Organization and the Verde Valley Cyclists will be funding a Bike Park Maintenance clinic at Fort Tuthill hosted by Coconino County Parks and Recreation and presented by Chris Kehmeier of IMBA Trail Solutions. If you are interested in learning
We are still trying to raise money for the next phases of the Fort Tuthill Bike Park! Click here to donate now! Your money will be used to move dirt, buy features and construct things like the new skills features, pump tracks, dirt jumps and more! Any amount will help, even only a dollar! A donation of $40 will get you a rad sticker. A donation of $100 or more
Phase 1 of the Fort Tuthill Bike Park is Completed and Open! We have completed “Phase 1” of the Fort Tuthill Bike Park and formally signed it over to the stewardship of the Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department to maintain for YOU! This phases consists of beginner, intermediate and advanced flow trails and the tot track: something for the whole family! The tot track is for little kids, any
BIKE PARK MAINTENANCE VOLUNTEER TRAINING!! THIS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. At the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park, just north of Flag X Adventure Course. If you’d like to be part of a dedicated crew volunteering for Coconino County Parks and Rec to maintain the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park, you’ll need to attend this training. Requirements: -Be able handle some basic paperwork. -Be available to assist in watering and compacting
Ride your bike to the County Fair! Avoid traffic, reduce your carbon footprint, have a fun ride AND help to build the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park! FBO is hosting a free valet service for all cyclists who ride to the fair. Leave your bike lock at home and your bike with us. We will be taking donations which will go directly to the construction of the Bike Park. Hours: Saturday, August
WE NEED YOU TO VOTE NOW! Share this link with everyone you’ve ever met, have your mom’s Facebook friends vote, bug random strangers on the street to vote on their smart phones, pester your coworkers, whoever you can think of! It only takes a minute, doesn’t cost a thing, and everyone will benefit from this free-to-the-public facility! Be sure to reply to the confirmation email you’ll be sent or your