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VERDE VALLEY CYCLISTS COALITION

Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition "VVCC" P.O. Box 20332, Sedona, AZ 86341-0332
VVCC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

 VVCC in the Community Our work is performed by dedicated volunteers, but the tools, materials, insurance, equipment rent and a thousand other items all cost money. . 

The Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition’s Community Outreach activities are diverse and open to evolution in response to Verde Valley resident needs. Here's a listing of things we do and/or have done for the community.

  • Youth programs supporting local schools’ cycling activities
  • Kids helmet distributions at various community events
  • Bike lanes added to SR-179 & 89A (2010); Sedona Bike Skills Park (2016); ADOT taking over SR-179 sweeping responsibility (2018)
  • 40 workdays/1,600 volunteer hours to the Red Rock Ranger District, Dead Horse State Park and Sedona Bike Skills Park
  • Semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway cleanups on SR-89A and quarterly Sweeping of SR-179 (2011-2017)
  • Bicycle Friendly Communities designation by the League of American Bicyclists - Cottonwood – Bronze/Sedona – Silver
  • Raising $100,000+ for trail maintenance work and new trail construction in the Red Rock Ranger District
  • Securing bicycles for selected veterans, the homeless, and low-income residents of the Verde Valley through partnership with Chain Reaction
  • Operating the all volunteer Red Rock Mountain Bike Patrol which assists both cyclists and hikers
  • Information booth at the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival raising funds & increasing awareness
  • Website with current information about biking news, events, and trails
  • Working with other community organizers to develop policies that support cycling in the Verde Valley
  • Bike Rodeos for kids at Sedona and Cottonwo0od schools
  • Sedona Ride of Silence
To support the VVCC's community efforts, please click here and choose the General Fund Fund Type.


·       Youth programs supporting local schools’ cycling activities

·       Kids helmet distributions at various community events

·       Bike lanes added to SR-179 & 89A (2010); Sedona Bike Skills Park (2016); ADOT taking over SR-179 sweeping responsibility (2018)

·       40 workdays/1,600 volunteer hours to the Red Rock Ranger District, Dead Horse State Park and Sedona Bike Skills Park

·       Semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway cleanups on SR-89A and quarterly Sweeping of SR-179 (2011-2017)

Bicycle Friendly Communities designation by the League of American Bicyclists - Cottonwood – Bronze/Sedona – Silver    

              

     


               


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