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ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program
Contains information on ADOT's (Arizona Department of Transportation) Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The intent of this plan is to provide a long-term plan for a system of shared roadways and bicycle/pedestrian facilities for roadways under ADOT jurisdiction. 

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

City of Glendale Bike and Pedestrian Programs

Glendale is constantly improving and expanding upon the City's bicycle and pedestrian facilities for the enjoyment, safety, health and convenience of its citizens. Visit this page to learn about upcoming events and projects in Glendale, AZ. 

City of Mesa Bicycling Program
Part of the City of Mesa's web site, this page provides links to Mesa's Bicycle Master Plan and bike and pedestrian maps. 

City of Phoenix Bicycling
This City of Phoenix Bicycling page briefly describes cycling in Phoenix with tips on taking your bike on a bus and has links to other cycling information including the ever-popular MAG Bikeways Map. 

City of Tempe Bicycling
Here you can find out about various ongoing bicycle project and events in the Tempe area. 

Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists
The Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists is a nonprofit organization devoted to advancing bicycling as a sport and mode of transportation through cooperation with local and state government, by being active in government where it concerns bicycling. 

Helmets
This link discusses statistics, bicycle safety, and the importance of protecting one's head while riding a bicycle.

Pima Association of Governments Bicycle/Pedestrian Program
Pima Association of Governments (PAG) coordinates the regional bicycle planning process among local jurisdictions. The current bicycle network consists of over 600 miles of bicycle lanes, routes and shared-use paths/trails. 

Prescott Alternative Transportation
Prescott Alternative Transportation is a non-profit organization working closely with the City of Prescott and Yavapai County to make the Prescott area bicycle and pedestrian friendly. 

The Rusty Spoke Community Bicycle Collective
The Rusty Spoke Community Bicycle Initiative is a volunteer based organization dedicated to bicycle advocacy in the Phoenix community. The Rusty Spoke's objective is to provide space for DIY (Do It Yourself) bicycle repair and recycling, and to encourage bicycle awareness through education and outreach. Based in downtown Phoenix, the Rusty Spoke is a safe and open space to ensure that all feel welcome. 

Santa Cruz Valley Bicycle Advocate Committee
The Santa Cruz Valley Bicycle Advocate Committee (SCVBAC) is dedicated to seeing continuous improvements made in bicycling safety and enjoyment, and the promotion of bicycling as healthy recreation and alternative transportation throughout the Santa Cruz Valley south of Tucson. 

Tempe Bicycle Action Group
Tempe Bicycle Action Group is a nonprofit organization working to make bicycling a prominent, safe, and convenient form of transportation and recreation in Tempe, Arizona and surrounding areas through education, grassroots events, and civic participation. 

Trips For Kids Phoenix
Trips for Kids Phoenix is a member of Trips for Kids® International a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Marin County, California. Trips for Kids (TFK®) International has opened the world of cycling to over 100,000 at-risk youth through guided mountain bike rides and job training/earn-a-bike programs. Our mission is to provide transformative cycling experiences for underserved youth. Our programs aim to build self-esteem, inspire healthy lifestyles, and instill environmental values. 

Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition
The mission of the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition is to improve the bicycling environment and thereby the quality of life in the region (Sedona/Cottonwood/Camp Verde/Clarkdale/Jerome). We do this by promoting bicycle safety, education and facilities, and by encouraging use of the bicycle as an energy-efficient, economical and nonpolluting form of transportation and as a healthful and enjoyable form of recreation. 

We-Cycle-USA
Helping kids and adults in need through the recycling of bikes. We-Cycle-USA is a 501c3 charity organization providing bikes, bike maintenance and cycling safety training to adults and children in need. They accomplish this through the generous donation of used bikes, parts, volunteer hours, and cash. 701 E. Main St., Mesa 602-516-0002.