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?
Connect with friends and learn how others are preparing for the ride on our Cranksgiving Facebook Event Page
- 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 email@example.com
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.