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Information for your Ride

Check out all of our upcoming events on this page, or view them on the TBAG Calendar If you would like us to add a ride to this list and our calendar please email: calendar@biketempe.org ROUTES and MAPS City/Road: An excellent resource for riders looking for new rides or safe commuting routes. Check out the […]

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Bike Index: Bike Registration that Works

Bike theft.  When it happens, you often feel like you have no recourse.  We at TBAG understand that frustration, and want to make sure you are prepared for this worst case scenario.  The City of Tempe has their own bike registration page (http://www.tempe.gov/city-hall/police/bicycle-registration) to help you register your bike within the city.  For a more […]

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Tempe City Council Candidates Respond to Your Questions about Cycling Infrastructure and Safety

Tempe Bicycle Action Group recently asked Tempe City Council candidates their thoughts on some important topics in the bike community. This year there are 3 openings on the Tempe City Council, with 6 candidates. Candidates include Jennifer Adams, Robin Arredondo-Savage, Sarah Kader, Lauren Kuby, Justin Stewart, and Genevieve Vega. Ballots have been sent out today […]

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Tempe Bike Count 2017 – Volunteer Sign UP

The Tempe Bike Count volunteer page is open and accepting volunteers! Go to http://www.biketempe.org/bikecount/  

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Tempe Bicycle Action Group is a 501(c)3 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.