Stop as Yield aka “The Idaho Stop”

The Idaho Stop is the common name for any law that allows people who are riding bicycles to treat a stop sign as a yield sign, and/or a red traffic signal as a stop sign. It is often referred to as the Idaho Stop as Idaho was the first state to adopt the law. Examples […]

Bicycles for People Who Need Them

Across Arizona there are groups who refurbish bicycles and provide them to people who need bikes. These groups provide bicycles for adults and children. Some of these groups provide shop space for doing repairs, earn-a-bike programs, repair and maintenance instruction, and more. These groups have opportunities for volunteers and are often looking for donations of […]

Letter to Gov Hobbs

The Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists, along with the Rob Dollar Foundation, was well as national organizations People For Bike, and the League of American Bicyclists sent a letter to Gov. Hobb’s Transportation Policy Advisor today regarding certain pending legislation, which we believe would have a negative impact on bicyclists and the traveling public. More details […]

Arizona Legislation 2023

… these bills may be of particular interest to Arizona bicyclists.

Meet Michael Kuzel

Mike joined the Coalition board in 2022

Meet Billy Boyles

Billy joined the board in 2022

Arizona Bicycle Summit 2023

…will be held Friday 3/31/2023 at the Mesa Convention Center. Register at www.cazbike.org/summit2023

Bike Lanes Make Roads Safer for All Road Users

Bike lanes reduce crashes and fatalities for all road users and make the roadway more comfortable for both motor vehicle drivers and people riding bicycles. According to Barbara McCann, the director of Safety, Energy & Environment at the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), bicycle lanes ‚Äúreduces the frequency of crashes. It calms traffic, which makes […]

People Who Ride Bicycles Have a Positive Impact on Local Economy

There are many studies that show people who ride bicycles in urban areas shop more often and spend more money with local businesses¬†than people who drive cars. This means that in addition to supporting local businesses, bike riders are likely paying more money in local taxes that vehicle drivers. When advocating for bicycle infrastructure, remember […]

Coalition of Arizona Bicyclist’s Annual member’s meeting 10/18/2022

This year, the annual business meeting will be held via tele-conference.
A business meeting and election of open board of directors seats will be held Tuesday, October 18 , 2022 at 6:30PM Arizona Time.