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Arizona Clubs and Teams

AZphalt Cycling
This is a racing team whose efforts focus on a USAC Men's Elite and Master's team. Their goal is to race competitively both on the local and national level. They are organizers of the South Mountain Time Trial. View South Mountain Time Trail results and records on their website. 

Bent Riders of Arizona Group
BRAG is a recumbent branch of the Arizona Bicycle Club. Their site contains information on the club and a message board for recumbent riders. 

Bull Shifters Bicycling Club
Based on the West side of Phoenix, The Bull Shifters Bicycling Club has a variety of fast recreational rides venturing into most parts of the valley.

GABA Tucson
This is the site for Greater Arizona Bicycling Association Tucson Chapter. It contains information on the Tucson chapter, its officers, club meetings, and ride schedules. You can add your favorite bicycle links to their list of links. The site maintains a bulletin board where you can read and post messages. 

McDowell Cycling
McDowell Cycling is a cycling group based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Most of their rides outline the beautiful McDowell Mountains. The site has ride schedule, routes, forums and photos.

Perimeter Bicycling Association of America - PBAA
This Tucson-based organization was established to organize perimeter events and to encourage cyclists to bicycle perimeters of towns, cities, states, countries, and any geographical boundary. P.B.A.A. produces and promotes El Tour de Tucson, Tour of the Tucson Mountains, Cochise County Cycling Classic, and El Tour de Phoenix. View information and results from these well-known rides as well as various P.B.A.A. world records. 

San Tan Racing

Based in the Phoenix Metro area, San Tan Racing is a competitive cycling team presented by Paragon Cycling in Mesa, Arizona. It is comprised of road cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes. 

Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists - SDMB

The Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists is a mountain bike club riding out of Tucson, Arizona, that works to improve mountain biking opportunities in the area. They put on mountain bike rides and events for mountain bikers of all skill levels. 

Southern Arizona Mountain Biking Association - SAMBA

SAMBA is a recreational mountain biking club mainly riding in the mountains or desert around Tucson, Arizona. They offer rides suited to varied skill levels and encourage beginners. Non-members and new mountain bikers are welcome. 

Summit Velo

Summit Velo, Inc. was created in 1999 with a mission to promote premier races, support and promote an elite cycling team as well as to encourage recreational cycling in Northern Arizona. The club has since transitioned to Tucson, Arizona. 

Team One Racing - T1R

Team One Racing is a USCF Masters bicycle racing team based in Scottsdale, Arizona and is recognized as a National-level amateur racing team. They have achieved this reputation through relationships with their teammates that emphasizes training, racing and working together with selfless commitment. Visit the T1R website for more information about this racing team.

Wheezers and Geezers

The Wheezers and Geezers are a bicycle-riding group that meets every Saturday morning in Paradise Valley near Phoenix. On the site you'll find links to news, ride information, and photo galleries. 

White Mountain Road Club

The White Mountain Road Club is a USCF affiliated bicycle racing club based in Phoenix, Arizona. White Mountain hosts the annual John Earley Memorial Valley of the Sun Stage Race each February. This race attracts many top amateur and professional racers from around the country. Visit this site for team information, race results, training ride schedule, and other membership and club information. 

Arizona Cycling Coaching and Training

Camelback Coaching
Located in Scottsdale, AZ, Camelback Coaching offers specific training plans, video and computer-based technique analysis, and one-on-one coaching services to fit your needs. 

Pyramid Coaching International

Located in Tucson, AZ, Pyramid Coaching is licensed by the state of Arizona and their coaches are certified by USAT, USA Cycling Elite and the Cooper Institute for Aerobic Research. Pyramid Coaching Intl. is a full-service professional coaching organization that develops world-class strength and endurance training programs for clients locally, nationally, and worldwide. 



Arizona Cycling Resources

Arizona Revised Statutes - Transportation (Title 28)
Title 28 of the Arizona Revised Statues covers Transportation Laws, which includes Bicycling Laws in the State of Arizona. Or see the entire Arizona Revised Statutes.

Arizona Bicycle Racing Association - ABRA
If you're interested in bicycling racing in Arizona, check out this site. It contains racing news from around the state. You will also find racing calendars and results for both road and mountain bike races, along with lists of USCF clubs, officials, coaches, and mechanics in Arizona.

Flagstaff Biking

purpose is to promote cycling in all its forms in the Flagstaff community. As a city, Flagstaff has an enormous and diverse cycling population. Flagstaff Biking.org hopes to provide a unified effective voice to express your desires and concerns to local government and public. 



Arizona Tour and Outfitting Companies

Arizona Outback Adventures
Located in North Scottsdale, Arizona Outback Adventures offer day and multi-day guided bike tours. They also have a full-service, bike rental shop, renting comfort bikes to high-end road and mountain bikes for 2-hour bike rentals to weeklong vacations. 

Southwest Trekking
Southwest Trekking based out of Tucson, AZ has experience in taking individuals into the remote areas of Southern Arizona and Mexico. The offer both mountain bike and road bike treks. They also rent mountain, road and hybrid bikes. 

Tucson Bike Rentals and Tours
Tucson Bike Rentals and Tours rent and deliver road, mountain, hybrid and tandem bikes to Tucson/Oro Valley/Green Valley. They also offer guided and self-guided tours.



Arizona Bike Maps

ADOTs List of Maps
On this page the Arizona Department of Transportation has a list of links to several bicycling maps.

City of Glendale Bike Map
The Glendale Bike Map will help you plan your cycling route through the City of Glendale, whether it's to exercise, run an errand, commute to work or just enjoy the wonderful weather. You'll also find the map useful in determining the best route to visit Glendale's parks, libraries and other points of interest. 

Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Bikeways Map
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments that serves as the regional agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area. MAG provides a regional forum for analysis, discussion and resolution of issues including areas of transportation, air quality, environment, regional development and social services. MAG produces an excellent bicycle route map titled "Bikeways in the Metropolitan Phoenix Area" which was updated in 2008. The map can be downloaded as an Adobe Acrobat PDF format file. Go to their site and scroll down to the "MAG Regional Bike Map 2008". 

SRP Canal Map
Many people use the SRP canal banks for recreation, such as running and biking. The SRP canal map highlights each canal in a different color. You can view distances between points along a specific canal. The SRP canal map is also available for download. 

Tucson Area Bicycle Maps
Sponsored by the Pima Association of Governments this site contains bicycle maps for the entire Tucson area including Green Valley, Sahuarita, Marana, Oro Valley. Saguaro National Park, and the University of Arizona. They also have an interactive map. The info to download the app to your smart phone can be found here.


Arizona Mountain Biking

The Fat Tire Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon Bike Ride
Get your knobbies ready for this 'hell' ride! We start in the Coconino National Forest north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Approximate length of the ride is 65 miles, give or take a few, on butt-pounding, Forest Service roads along an historic stage coach route. The ride typically takes riders 5-8 hours to complete. The route begins in beautiful stands of aspen and descends through the pines to flatter, high desert landscape before climbing back into the cool forest. After a gradual 10-mile climb, the ride ends just outside the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park. 

Mountain Bike Association of Arizona
The Mountain Bike Association of Arizona, the largest promoter of mountain biking in Arizona, sponsors the State Mountain Bike Championship Series. Their web site has event calendars, chat forums, photo galleries and their monthly newsletter. The MBAA is active in land access, trail maintenance, racing and recreational rides. 

MountainBikeAZ
This website is dedicated to mountain biking in Arizona. Its main objective is to have an extensive trails section for others to find a trail to ride in Arizona. They offer day tours of any of the trails on the website. 

Mountain Bike Heaven
Mountain Bike Heaven is Sedona's #1 Source for MTB Adventure. They offer Bikapelli Adventure Tours, Full Service Sales and Pro Repair Shop, and offer Iron Horse Dual Suspension Rentals. Mountain Bike Heaven has been in Sedona since 1989 and offers top-notch world-class expertise and service. 


Arizona Rides and Races

Arizona Endurance Bike Series
The goal of the Arizona Endurance Bike Series is to promote responsible grassroots endurance racing in Arizona, and to provide a competitive outlet for the state's current endurance racers - most of whom currently go out of state to compete. The AEBS will help train current endurance riders and perhaps enhance success by Arizonans in national events. 

Bike MS: Arizona
Information on the Annual Bike MS: Arizona Ride, a fundraising event supporting The MS Society in its mission to end Multiple Sclerosis. 

The Fat Tire Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon Bike Ride
Get your knobbies ready for this 'hell' ride! We start in the Coconino National Forest north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Approximate length of the ride is 65 miles, give or take a few, on butt-pounding, Forest Service roads along an historic stage coach route. The ride typically takes riders 5-8 hours to complete. The route begins in beautiful stands of aspen and descends through the pines to flatter, high desert landscape before climbing back into the cool forest. After a gradual 10-mile climb, the ride ends just outside the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park. 

Tour de Cure
Sponsored by the American Diabetes Association the Tour de Cure is an event to raise funds to fight the epidemic of diabetes with ride options for riders of all athletic abilities. Events are held in Phoenix and Tuscon in the Spring.