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Flagstaff's Pedestrian Awareness Week: Sept 30-Oct 7th

Now it is the Pedestrians Turn! For all the pedestrians that wanted recognition during Bike to Work Week… we present Flagstaff’s annual Pedestrian Awareness Week. Be sure to share this post with your Ped-friends, co-workers and kids! Festivities begin Wednesday, September 30 and run through next Wednesday, October 7. Please join the many organizers for this fun series of events, which are intended to celebrate Flagstaff’s walkable character and to

Loop Trail Day this Sat, August 15th on Observatory Mesa

The Loop Trail needs your HELP! We got a great start on this trail in June; but we will need more volunteer trail builders to reach our goal to sew the trail into a Loop by this fall! So please help us! Trail building is fun, you meet great folks who share your love of Flagstaff Trails, and you become part of the legacy of the Loop Trail in this

Loop Trail Day this Saturday, July 11th on Observatory Mesa

Join our next Loop Trail work day on Observatory Mesa this Saturday, July 11th! We got a great start on this trail National Trail Day in June; we hope to connect to Cheshire this summer, please help us. Trail building is fun, you meet great folks who share your love of Flagstaff Trails, and you become part of the legacy of the Loop Trail in this great town. Saturday’s FORECAST

National Trails Day this June 6th!

About 180 gracious folks joined us June 6th to construct the Flagstaff Loop Trail.. almost a mile…most of Segment 55, Observatory Mesa to Cheshire! This annual celebration of trails is the biggest event of the year. We had fine weather, great turnout, beautiful trail was built and a great lunch to polish it off! To see photos from this day, go to our IMAGES page here. Joining us in the

FBO Membership Drive almost there!

We have almost reached our Bike to Work Month membership drive goals but we need your help! Bike to Work Week 2009 was a spectacular success.. With 1250 folks pedalling over 28,000 miles, we kept 15.4 metric tons of carbon from the air and burned over 260 pounds of human kibble. And we felt great! But Flagstaff Biking’s Bike to Work Week, youth & adult education and riding programs, and trail work need an active

Loop Trail Day May 23rd! Skunk Cyn smells GOOD!

Update: Thanks to all who participated in this successful trail day. See photos on the images page. Nothing like fresh air, pine trees and dirt to get the summer rolling! Join us for a Loop trail building day this Saturday, May 23rd. We will complete a link from YX Ranch road to Skunk Canyon started last fall. To get there, turn north off Lake Mary Road just east of the

Join the first Loop Trail day for the season this Saturday, April 25th!

We are kicking off Loop Trail season where we left off last fall… at Skunk Canyon off Lake Mary Road between the water plant and Skunk Cyn trail head.  Saturday’s FORECAST = “Partly cloudy, High 63”. Nice. Meet us at 8:00-8:15 AM on forest road 720. This is just off Lake Mary Road past Powell Blvd, the first left after the water treatment plant; follow the signs to the staging

Last chance at 2008 Loop Trail Building!

Update: Turnout for Nov 8th was FanTASTic! Shows what a nice Flag weekend and nice Flag volunteers can do for an effort. Check out more photos HERE! %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Join the last trail day for the season on Saturday, November 8th! Please PRE-REGISTER! The November Loop Trail Day will be held off Lake Mary Road between the water plant, Skunk Canyon and Pine Canyon Club. Here’s a MAP on where to meet. Saturday’s

Join FBO for our First Loop Trail Crew Day Oct. 11th!

After 5 years of waiting, we have begun to build THE LOOP TRAIL! You might think the sketchy weather on Saturday would slow down the work we had planned. BUT NO! Our crack team of dedicated volunteers kicked some serious dirt, rocks and butt! Go check out the pictures on our images page or the article in the Arizona Daily Sun or Jack’s column. Thirty brave souls were not detered by the scary

June 7th National Trails Day, Ft. Tuthill to Kachina trail

National Trail Day was an outstanding success. Around 200 enthusiastic volunteers turned out from every user group… we had mt bikers, hikers, dirt bikers and horse riders. Check out images here. Thanks to all of you… individuals, participating agencies and sponsors… for making it such a success! We completed nearly 1.3 miles of sweet trail! Representatives from Coconino National Forest, Coconino County Search and Rescue, FBO, and others set up