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Register your worksite for Bike to Work Week!

Worksite Coordinators can begin Registering their Worksites NOW! Go Here. You can register your worksite for the Bike to Work Week Worksite Challenge NOW! Join Flagstaff’s Pedalers, grab some friends and a worksite, and be a cycle hero! If your worksite is larger than 100 people, consider subdividing it and recruiting another coordinator. It’s easier to encourage and motivate people you see more frequently. https://flagstaffbiking.org/bike-to-work-week/worksite-challenge/worksite-registration

Call for Bike to Work Week Worksite Coordinators!

We are had an organizational meeting for worksite coordinators at the Flagstaff Public Library, on April 22nd. What a great group of people Flagstaff has! If you’ve volunteered for Bike to Work Week as a worksite coordinator in the past, THANKS! From Flagstaff Biking Organization, and join us again. If you haven’t been a coordinator before, we invite you to join us as a coordinator this year to assist in

BTWW information packet pickups at local pubs this week…

Worksite Coordinators for Bike to Work Week can pick up their worksite challenge information packages this week at 2 convenient locations in downtown Flagstaff: Tuesday, April 29th, 5:30-7 pm at Pay-N-Take, 12 W Aspen Ave Thursday, May 1st, 6:30 to 7:30 pm at Flagstaff Brewing Company, 16 E Rt 66. Worksites must be registered online prior to pickup. If worksite coordinators are unable to pick up their packages, or have

Re-Connect on Earth Day

This Earth Day Re-Connect with your relationship to Water, Transportation, Food, and Energy. Free to the Public! Monday, April 14th, 7pm “Re-Connect with Water”NAU South Campus, Social and Behavioral Sciences West Building, Room # 204 Join Dr. Abe Springer NAU Professor of Geo-hydrology for a review where we get our drinking water from and where it all goes once we use our most precious resource. Tuesday, April 15th, 7pm “Transportation

Bike to Work Week Meeting-April 3rd

A Call to FBO supporters Flagstaff Biking Organization would like to Thank You for helping FBO in the past. Thanks to people like you, Bike to Work Week grows every year, showing our city leaders that the biking community is strong and united. Bike to Work Week is coming up May 11th-16th, and FBO could use your help. We would like to invite you to a special Committee formation Meeting

Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival March 6th-March 9th

The Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival, a collection of the most inspiring and thought-provoking adventure, social, and environmental outdoor-related films from around the world, starts Thursday March 6th and runs through through Sunday March 9th, 2008 at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Flagstaff.   From March 6th-9th, Flagstaff’s high-altitude forest setting becomes a spectacular base for outdoor and film enthusiasts to celebrate the spirit of exploration. The historic Orpheum Theater is

Tour de Fat is Cancelled for 2008

Our friends at New Belgium Brewing have decided to cancel the Flagstaff Tour de Fat for 2008. FBO would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to NBB for all their financial support over the years. Without their investment in FBO, our organization would not be where it is today.  We look forward to exploring new funding ideas with them and continuing our advocacy efforts in different ways with NBB.  Since

FBO Youth Mountain Biking Program Sedona ride

Our third Youth Mountain Biking Program ride of the winter was in beautiful Sedona on Saturday, January 12. We had a great group of kids and adults for a long, fun loop. There were no major crashes and five flat tires didn’t slow us down too much. Thanks to Absolute Bikes for the use of their van to carry kids and bikes. Check out pictures from the ride on our

Upcoming Legislation Could be a Tax Break for Bikes

Some of us have always known it pays to commute by bike– but it could soon pay in cool hard cash– with some luck, a greener Congress, and encouragement from the public (yes, that would be YOU!). Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Earl Blumenauer (both Democrats from Oregon) have introduced federal legislation to give tax breaks to bicycle commuters. Tax incentives for environmental conservation began in the 1970’s with solar