Friday, August 15, 2014
Press Release: 08/15/2014
VVCC Annual Meeting
Come join us for the Annual Meeting!! We’ve been hard at work trying to grow cycling and we want to step back and have a good time with you. Advocacy can be thankless work some days but one of the best things out there for us to succeed as a organization is good food and people intermingling and sharing their passion.
The party/meeting will be at the Mystic Hills Clubhouse in Mystic Hills off of HWY179 near the Chapel in Sedona. We will be providing food for the party if you would like to bring beverages we would be grateful and will love to share good times over said beverage.
2:00ish – Rides are always great (please email us email@example.com if you would like to ride road or mountain)
5:30 – Meeting
7:00 – Food and Social (Food will be provided but potluck items are welcome as well)
We hope to see you there!! Also the clubhouse has a Pool and Jacuzzi so bring swim attire if you like. Please RSVP by Friday September 5th.
VVCC Board of Directors
Posted by VVCC President at 10:12 PM
Sunday, June 8, 2014
The Sedona Film Festival and
Verde Valley Cycling Coalition
A film premiere and benefit
for the Sedona Bike Park
ONE NIGHT ONLY - 2 shows!
Tuesday, June 17 • 6 & 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 17 • 6 and 7:30 p.m.
ONE DAY ONLY — TWO SHOWS!
“Arrival” will bring viewers into the reality of a new generation of freeriders and racers. The film stars renowned bikers Steve Smith, Logan Peat, Ryan Howard, Mitch Ropelato, Matt Miles, and the Coastal Crew — Kyle Norbraten, Dylan Dunkerton, and Curtis Robinson. “Arrival” also features the talents of a new breed of mountain bike filmmakers and photographers – including Nic Genovese, Matt Miles, Matt Dennison and Haruki “Harookz” Noguchi.
Come enjoy a night of fun with fellow riders and film enthusiasts. Beer, wine, soft drinks and concessions will be available. There will be a presentation before the film to show the status of the park and where it is in the design process. Having already raised most of the design fee, the organizers will be showing some conceptual maps and explain the different features being discussed for the first phase of the park. They will also update audience members on how to provide input on selecting what features are built first.
The evening will include a raffle for some very nice gifts including a $750 gift certificate from Enchantment Resort.
“This is a community bike park so please come and show your support,” said Doug Copp, City Bike Coordinator. “More funds will mean that we can get even more features built in the first phase.”
“Having walked the 13 acre site with a number of bike park builders and design companies we have heard on more than one occasion that the site is one of the best they have seen for a municipal bike park,” added Copp. “Expect the park to be a model park for the city, the builder and the community.”
This is tremendous opportunity to come have some fun and see a great film while supporting this great new addition to the Posse Grounds Park complex.
CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "ARRIVAL" and to order tickets online.
Film runtime is 43 minutes.
Tuesday, June 17th
6:00 and 7:30 p.m.
Call the Film Festival office at 928-282-1177
to order your tickets by phone.
Visit our office at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, Suite A3 in West Sedona
Mary D. Fisher Theatre
2030 W. Hwy. 89A in West Sedona
$12 per person
$9 Film Sedona Members
For more information visit:www.SedonaFilmFestival.org
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, May 5, 2014
Get stoked trail connoisseurs!!!! More trails are getting loaded into the pipeline!! The Red Rock Ranger District is looking to add and or adopt another large lot trails. Please take some time to read the document and send your comments in. Also listed below is the final report from the trails planning we completed last year. To make much of the vision in these two documents come to fruition we need your help, participation and support (brawn, brains or $$$)!
2. The final report from the 2013 Red Rock Trails Planning effort.
1. A letter from District Ranger Nicole Branton asking for comments on non-motorized trail proposals.
Posted by VVCC President at 11:12 AM