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  • 8 Jun 2014 6:34 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    The Sedona Film Festival and Verde Valley Cycling Coalition present:


    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.


    This “movie night” event is a fundraising benefit for the new Sedona Bike Park, which is scheduled to break ground soon as the newest addition to the Posse Grounds Park complex. The Sedona bike park will no doubt be one of the most photographed parks in the world.

     “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.

    CLICK HERE to order tickets online now.

    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

    With additional support from:

    Arizona Commission on the Arts

    National Endowment for the Arts

    City of Sedona

    Sedona Community Foundation

      Contact us at:

  • 5 May 2014 6:31 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    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 $$$)!

    1.   A letter from District Ranger Nicole Branton asking for comments on non-motorized trail proposals.

    2.   The final report from the 2013 Red Rock Trails Planning effort. 

  • 2 May 2014 6:26 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    An invigorating way to start the morn...seeing kids grinning and conquering obstacles @ the local annual bike rodeo. #allsmiles #mtb #cycling #vvcc#verdevalleycyclists

  • 5 Apr 2014 6:24 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    5:00 PM at the Mystic Hills Clubhouse.

  • 28 Feb 2014 6:23 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    This weekend come out and help us on Hogs in the Broken Areow area. Meet 0830 at the Broken Arrow Trailhead.

  • 12 Feb 2014 6:22 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    Come help us keep our mile of 89A clean! Bring long pants, water, gloves, hat and a smile.

    Contact Benny to help out: 928-300-2314

  • 11 Feb 2014 6:21 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

  • 24 Jan 2014 6:18 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)


    The Red Rock Ranger District will be hosting volunteer trail work days starting in February. Work days are open to anyone interested in light to heavy trail work on trails located between Broken Arrow and Little Horse trails. See the schedule below for dates/times.  Volunteers should come prepared with a helmet if available, eye protection, work gloves, drinking water, sun screen, a hat, long sleeved shirt, long pants, and wear boots with ankle support. All tools provided by USFS.

    The work will include key reroutes and tread work on three new official trails.  Several eroded “social” trails will be restored to a natural condition and minor trailhead work will be done.  The new trails include Hog Heaven, Hog Wash and High on the Hog. In 2013, the Forest Service made the decision to renovate this trail system. A grant from PeopleForBikes was secured to assist with the work. In addition local clubs and businesses are sponsoring the work through volunteerism, snacks, tools, and signs. Sponsors include: Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition, International Mountain Bicycling Association, Over the Edge Sports, Absolute Bikes, Bike and Bean, Pink Jeep Tours, and Sedona Real Inn. The area will serve as a pilot project for “share-the-trail” signage to encourage shared use of hikers and bikers in a very popular and scenic part of the forest.

    Works days will be 8:30 a.m. to noon (except on Saturday and Sunday 2/22 and 2/23 and 3/1 and 3/2 when work may go into the afternoon if participants wish to stay). Meet at the Broken Arrow Trailhead parking area at the end of Morgan Road.   For more information please call Francisca Adrian at 928-203-7531 or email at

    Work Days

    Feb  22, 23

    March 1, 2, 22

    April  19

    May  17

    UPPER CATHEDRAL ROCK TRAIL CLOSED – daily January 27 – 31st

    The upper segments of Cathedral Rock Trail will be closed to public use periodically while heavy trail maintenance is conducted the week of January 27th. Closures can be expected between 8AM and 5PM Monday - Friday January 27 through 31st. A work crew will be moving large rocks which may pose a danger to trail users. The work crew is conducting heavy trail maintenance in the steepest upper portions of the Cathedral Trail above the junction with Templeton Trail. Visitors can call the Red Rock Visitor Center at 203-2900 for an update on the closure segments each day. Work is being done by members of the Coconino Rural Environment Corps who will be learning advanced trail building skills while they improve the condition of this heavily used trail.

    The Cathedral Rock Trailhead and lower segment of Cathedral Rock Trail will remain open. However, there are no alternative routes to Cathedral Saddle. Visitors are encouraged to use the Templeton Trail or other area trails during the closure. 

    For more information call Francisca Adrian at 203-7531


    A 0.6 mile trail called Sedona View was recently completed and connects the upper Airport Vista with the Lower Airport Saddle.  The trail offers a way for hikers to get between these two popular sites more safely without walking on the busy Airport Road, and views from the trail include Sedona and the Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness to the north.

    Surveyed by the Forest Service over 8 years ago, the trail construction was finally made possible through an agreement with Friends of the Forest and through funds from Sky Ranch Lodge, located on the Mesa. Rick Hamilton, Sky Ranch Lodge general manager, said that helping with the trail is a way to “give back to the community” in a key public location.

    Airport Manager Rod Propst, provided help to cut through the airport fence and install the pedestrian gate to keep deer and other wildlife off the airport runway. Forest Service, with crews from the Coconino Rural Environmental Corps, constructed the trail on the steep side slope between the Airport Road and the airport boundary.


    Friends of the Forest Trail Crew has been fixing some badly eroded large stone steps at the Midgley Bridge Vista on the Huckaby Trail. This work will continue for several Fridays. The trail will not be closed during the work.


    The new 3.6 mile Bones Trail is completed and links Raptor Trail with Rust Bucket Trail. These trails are typically accessed from the Raptor Trailhead at Deadhorse Ranch State Park, but are located on Forest land. The trail is open to hikers, horse and bikers and provides excellent views of the Verde Valley. The 1 mile “upper” Bones Trail is under construction. Anyone wishing to assist, please contact Adrian at 203-7531.

  • 12 Jan 2014 6:16 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

  • 6 Jan 2014 6:14 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    Get with it people!!!! Let's get the monies to get it built!! Donate on the Website with the Paypal button or contact us to donate directly @  This project is locked in with City Council and awaiting fundraising from us & you!!

    Draft Proposal


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