Arizona Bicycling Summit 2024

Thanks to all who participated: attendees, speakers, volunteers and sponsors; Please fill out a brief SURVEY. Hope to see you all and more in 2025!

At the Summit, we saw first-hand what statewide advocacy has done for bicyclists in Washington and Minnesota — we can’t effect change in Arizona without you — contact the Coalition and get involved!

Materials are archived here , and below is a full video (see the description in Youtube for bookmarks to individual sessions).


Link to recorded video, and recorded audio is available from zoom.


$40 Early bird thru 3/6 EXTENDED to 3/8 !,
$45 thru 3/27 & $50 after
$10 for students

The Arizona Bicycling Summit 2024 will be held Friday April 5, 2024
at the Mesa Convention Center in downtown Mesa, AZ —

Can’t travel to Mesa on April 5th? This year, the conference sessions will be broadcast live — the fee will be $5 less than attending in-person; register as above and enter promo code VIRTUAL.


Program (FINAL) is now available: Registration opens at 8AM with program beginning 8:30, and ending ~4:30PM. For the day’s final session, Dan BurdenAmerica’s top walkability and bike-ability expert” will lead an interactive workshop Powering Up Active Transportation. (click for brief video)

See below for #post-event activities.

The summit is registered for 5 AICP Credits,

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The Summit gathers leaders, educators, planners, public health professionals, event promoters, and cyclists of all kinds to discuss current issues related to bicycling in Arizona.
The Summit includes: Vendors, and Exhibits, as well as presentation on noteworthy and trending bicycle topics.

Area Map (#map)

Below is event area map, showing vehicle parking off of Center Street. Bikes can roll in, event is in the Convention Center Theater/Auditorium. (.pdf version of map)

Post-Event Activities (#post)

After Dan’s workshop concludes, gather (estimated time of departure 4:45PM) for an unorganized ride to Cul-de-sac, Tempe. Culdesac and the Mesa Convention Center are also light-rail adjacent.

Pre-Event Activity

At 6PM join Dan and Ryan Johnson, CEO of Culdesac, for an Urbanism Chat at 6PM, Thursday April 4th

Information, including photos, presentations, etc from recently held Summits can be found at:

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