Thursday, October 8, 2015

Bike Park Time!!!!!

Sedona City Engineering has approved the recently finished 100% planning documents from IMBA Trail Solutions and Stantec Engineering. The city has now opened a request for Statement Of Qualifications (SOQ) on their website for a BSP contractor. If you or anyone you know is interested in applying for the contract follow the bellow link. Huge thanks to all who participated in the BSP task force at the city and especially to Doug Copp the City Bike Cordinator/VVCC board member for keeping the ball rolling on this amazing project. 

Get STOKED!!!!!

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Fall Trail Work Schedule



October 24

November 7 & 21

December 5 & 19


All trail work days will start out by meeting at the Old Post Trailhead at 8:30 am. This trailhead is located at the south end of the Old Post Trail, at the Kiosk located by the paved Chavez Ranch Road. The trail work will consist of new trail construction and general maintenance in the Carrol Canyon/Scheurman Mountain area.


Directions: From Sedona  head west on 89A (towards Cottonwood), turn left on Upper Red Rock Loop Road. Continue on Upper Red Rock Loop Road for 1.8 miles and take a left onto Chavez Ranch Road. The Old Post Trailhead will be on the left.


All trail work sessions start at 8:30 am and conclude at 1:00 pm unless otherwise noted.

What you need to bring: Sturdy closed-toe shoes, long pants, sunscreen, water, snacks, and head protection are required. If you have a bike helmet or hard hat, you can bring that. Hardhats and gloves will be provided for those who do not have them. Trail tools and trail work instructions will be provided. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Please put these dates in your calendar and bring your friends and family!There is lots to do, of varying degrees of skill and effort.

For more information please give a call to or email Forrest Saville, Red Rock Ranger District Trail Coordinator.

Forrest Saville

p: 928-203-7509 
c: 928-606-1748 
f: 928-203-7539

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Sedona Bike Park Update

Curios how the bike park is coming? Well good!!! We are behind the original timeline but we just received the 100% plans produced by IMBA Trail Solutions in Conjunction with Stanctec Engineering. Things are looking good!!!! We also received 500 cubic yards of dirt donated from the Marriott project which will significantly reduce costs on dirt import. Engineering has to take one final look over the plans and then we will be to sending this project out to bid for construction in the coming weeks! If you know of anyone who would like to be on the contact list for the potential construction contract get in contact with Doug Copp the Sedona City Bike Park Cordinator at:

Friday, June 26, 2015

KSB pursues National Monument Designation

Are you curious about Keep Sedona Beautiful's pursuit of getting Sedona and a good portion of the Verde Valley designated as a National Monument? So are we. A big thanks to Board Member Dan Blaetter for volunteering to sit on KSBs executive committee where the details of the movement will be discussed and developed. Dan hopes to ensure we cyclists are represented and we do not lose any access or rights.

If you are curious to find out more on the movement here is a link to a website put up by KSB for more info:

We also encourage people to look into this themselves. There are a 9 other monuments managed by the National Forest with in the US. Please share your thoughts through the comments or email us at:

Sedona Recieves SILVER BFC Designation!!!!

A big thanks to Board members Doug Copp, Dan Blaetter, Jake Plapp and Caroline Oreel and many other community and city members for making this possible!!! The VVCC hopes to see this progression of bike friendly infrastructure continue to grow. Here below is Sedona's report card alongside the average rating of a Gold community.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Bike park training

If your planning on helping out with the Sedona Bike Park there will be a training coming up in Flagstaff this Saturday the 18th for the Fort Tuthill Bike Park through Flagstaff Biking Organization. We highly recommend you attend this if you plan on helping out with construction or maintenance opportunities with the Sedona park. VVCC is supporting this training and hope you can attend. Follow the link below for full info.