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Did you volunteer to help us build trail last year? We might owe you a free t-shirt.

If you helped us build or maintain trail last year on three or more days please email us at trails@flagstaffbiking.org with your name and contact information. We want to get you a trail program t-shirt. Normally, we would use sign in sheets to determine to whom we owed a t-shirt, but due to some technical issues with said sign-in sheets, we don’t have that info. Please let us know by

Bring Downhill Mountain Biking to Snowbowl!

For years we have heard numerous requests for reasons why Arizona Snowbowl hasn’t built a downhill mountain bike park. The reasons are good and many, but that doesn’t mean that this could never be accomplished. Join us in demonstrating that there is considerable demand within the cycling community for an inclusive, lift assisted bike park at Arizona Snowbowl that would appeal to everyone from families and beginner riders to extreme

Timberline Trail Project

Please come to this meeting to support this trail project! There are people who are opposed to this idea because they are concerned that a trail near their neighborhood may attract unsavory types. Come out and demonstrate that trail users are good folks! An Information/ Public Comment Meeting on the proposed Timberline Trail Project will be held on Wednesday, January 14th , from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Summit Fire

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

New AZ Trail Singletrack through Hart Prairie

Along with our help, and the help of many others, the Arizona Trail Association is happy to announce that a significant section of the Arizona Trail has been completed through Hart Prairie, starting just below Snowbowl and continuing north to Bismark Lake. There are some options to make loops using Hart Prairie Road, or this section of trail can be ridden as an out-and-back. They need our help to get

Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day-October 5th

Flagstaff Biking Organization is pleased to parter with IMBA, Clif Bar and Trips for Kids to head up Flagstaff’s Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day. Our ride will be Sunday, October 5th. Meet at Schultz Creek Trailhead at 10am to meet and greet. We’ll leave for the ride at 10:30am. Please bring enough water for a two hour ride and check the weather the night before to bring appropriate clothing.

Sept 6th: The Pedals vs Pistons vs Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots Trail Work Challenge!

Sept 6th, The Pedals vs Pistons vs Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots Challenge!   Challenge Results: Pistons won in numbers-they delivered 28 people to Upper Moto’s trail maintenance… a fair trade? Pedals were 17 strong and gave up the trophy. No peds or ponies were in evidence, but it could be argued this wasn’t the trail to draw them. Mea culpa. It wasn’t fair. On the Carbon footprint challenge, the results were

August 9th, Benham Trail, Kaibab National Forest

See PHOTOS from this event! We have expanded our August 9 trail day to include a campout on Friday night, August 8. Campsites will be along the forest service road between Perkinsville Road and the Trailhead. Those interested in camping should contact John Tingerthal, 928-699-0196 so we can get a headcount for dinner and breakfast. “Williams Clean & Beautiful” has graciously volunteered to provide dinner and breakfast for the campout,