PAT-Cranksgiving-Flyer-2014PAT is hostings Prescott’s Third Annual Cranksgiving Ride! 

Please join us on Sunday November 23rd

Gear up and save the date for this bike-mounted, scavenger-hunt style food drive! Participants will start cycling at 10 a.m. from Park Plaza Liquor and Deli at 402 W. Goodwin in Prescott to designated Prescott grocery stores purchasing non-perishables at each stop and returning with their loot! Many prizes to be had, including: first cyclist to complete challenge, most food by weight, best costume and best decorated bike!

Participants are asked to contribute about $15 or more to purchase food, which will be donated to Open Door at the Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ).
Want to help with preparations for this event?
Email: rawillis3{at}juno.com.

Connect with friends and learn how others are preparing for the ride on our Cranksgiving Facebook Event Page 

Recent Happenings:

  • Download the Prescott Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Draft Update Here (11.58MB)
  • Download the Plan Draft Update Appendices Here (1.24MB)
  • Download the Sidewalk Inventory Map Here (6.43MB) (part of Appendix A)

Comments related specifically to the Prescott Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Draft update may be sent to plancomments@prescottbikeped.org

 

Prescott Alternative Transportation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Prescott, AZ and serving the central Yavapai community.  We act as the voice for those who cannot or choose not to drive a car to every destination, whether for health, environmental, or financial reasons. Through education and advocacy, PAT has been guiding the Prescott area towards a future with safe and convenient transportation options since 1997.

Our mission: “Working towards a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly central Yavapai community.” The most important word is “friendly,” because it emphasizes the positive. Every step we take is in the direction of the positive, community-wide effects of incorporating alternative modes of transportation. We are here to help everyone reach that understanding.

Our vision: We envision a transportation and trails system that enriches our central Yavapai community by providing mobility for all, regardless of car ownership, age or ability. A seamless bicycle, pedestrian and public transit network invites our citizens to leave their cars at home, thereby saving them money, encouraging healthy activity, and promoting energy independence.