Biking Historic Route 66 in AZ

Get Your Bike Travel Fix on Route 66Adventure Cycling’s planned 2,400-mile bicycle-friendly route will revitalize the “Main Street of America” — this time with touring cyclistsMissoula, Montana — Adventure Cycling Association today announced that its next long-distance cycling route will be Bicycle Route 66. Embracing the spirit of “The Mother Road,” the new route will […]

AAA Mid-Atlantic Proposes Federal Gas Tax Revenues Only for Highways

According to the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, AAA Mid-Atlantic has proposed that Federal gas tax revenues only be used on highways, eliminating any share that has historically gone to trails, walking and biking programs. This is an example of what we should expect from the “I don’t care about anything but cars” community, given the current budget […]

19th Av & Greenway Multi-use bridge Meeting

There may be another Community Meeting with Councilman Gates regarding the 19th Avenue & Greenway Bike/Ped Bridge to link Cave Creek Wash paths on Dec 13. This project needs the support of our members, customers and other bicyclists and pedestrians. Stay tuned for location and time (date, too if it changes). This is probably the […]

New faces in CAzbike Leadership

Sterling Baer has been elected to serve as a board member of the Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists. Sterling is the a founder of the Not One More Foundation, a group who is dedicated to ending the cyclist-vehicle accidents on the roads today; and provides support and outreach to cyclists injured as the result of vehicle-bike […]

Spectrum to Gateway Bicycle Boulevard in Phoenix

On Wednesday evening (11.03), City of Phoenix Traffic Engineer and Bicycle Coordinator Joseph Perez presented his proposal of a Bicycle Boulevard in Phoenix running from Spectrum Mall through the northern “Presidential” streets of downtown through to Gateway Community College (40th St & Van Buren). Several representatives from neighborhood associations on or near the route were […]

Shortcuts to cycling-related websites

For AZ State Law, the form is where ### is as follows: 101 – Definitions, one sub-section of which is the definition of a bicycle 735 – 3-foot passing law 812 – Bicycles are subject to same rights and responsibilities as motorists 815 – Conditions when keeping “…as far right as practicable…” is required, […]

Bicyclists are urged to attend the Public Meeting this Thursday 5:30 pm Sunnyslope High School, 35 W Dunlap Rd, Phoenix

There will be a public hearing this Thursday to talk about a tunnel to be built under 7th Avenue to facilitate bicycle travel along the Arizona Canal. Your attendance is needed to show support of this project. There are already more than enough detractors of bicycling projects. Thanks, Joseph Perez When: October 28th, 2010, 5:30 […]

Peopleforbikes: sign the pledge

Last week, reached an important milestone when it topped 100,000 pledges for better bicycling. Read/sign the pledge here.

Trek factoryDemo coming to AZ in November

The Trek Factory Demo was designed to make the best bicycles from Trek and Gary Fisher available to experience firsthand… And they’re coming to Arizona in November, visit for more info.

Cyclists given first access to hoover dam bridge

As the amazing Hoover Dam Bypass project nears its opening to the public, cyclists were given first access… Our own Gene Holmerud, Coalition VP of Education, was interviewed by Channel 8 news at the event, in conjunction with the Viva Bike Vegas ride, click here to view.