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Mesa Adventure Challenge Returns Oct. 28

You might have heard them called "adventure races", "scavenger dashes", "goose chases", or some other name, but the idea is to gather 2 to 6 people and set out on a fun adventure that is filled with clues that you have to solve - and some crazy physical challenges, too. Don't worry, the challenges aren't scary or hard - it's all about having a good time!

The next big adventure challenge is Saturday, October 28, 2017.  Registration is open!

This year’s event will be held on from 12:00 – 2:30 p.m. The race will begin and end at Desert Eagle Brewing Company in downtown Mesa and will take participants anywhere between 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete. Wrapping up the challenge at the brewery invites participants to linger longer in downtown Mesa to meet locals at the local watering hole.


 Movies in the Park Returns Sept. 16!

Mesa’s free family movie series returns Saturday, Sept. 16, at Harmony Park for a screening of Finding Dory. In its 3rd season, the Ride-In-Movies at the Park, hosted by the City of Mesa’s Bike & Pedestrian Program and SRP, provides a fun, family-friendly outdoor event for residents.

Traveling to a different park throughout the City, each monthly movie begins around sunset. Moviegoers are encouraged to walk or bike to the movie, remember your helmets and bike lights! Arrive early for safety messages and activities for the kids.

September 16, 2017  Harmony Park  1434 S. 32nd St.
 7:00 p.m. Finding Dory 
 October 7, 2017  Mountain View Park  845 N. Lindsay Rd.
 6:30 p.m.   Hocus Pocus
 November 4, 2017  Escobedo Park  
215 E. 6th St.
University/Mesa Dr.
 6:00 p.m.  The LEGO Batman Movie
 February 3, 2018  Red Mountain Park  
7745 E. Brown
 6:30 p.m.  Despicable Me 3
 March 3, 2018  Palo Verde Park  3135 S. Dobson
 7:00 p.m.  Smurfs Lost Village
 April 28, 2018  Skyline Park  655 S. Crismon
 7:30 p.m.  Cars 3
 May 5, 2018  Summit Park  6237 E. Virginia St.
 7:45 p.m.  Emoji Movie

Read SpokeLife Spring/Summer 2017 edition, a magazine all about cycling in Mesa!

Bike Maps

Printable City of Mesa Bike Map

Interactive City of Mesa Bike Map
  (click "Parks & Recreation" at top; then "Show Bike Paths/Routes" on left)

Bike Map - Valley-wide


Adult safety education classes are offered by the Bike & Pedestrian Program! In this 90-minute workshop, adults learn the how-to's of basic road safety, gear and how to navigate Mesa's 578-miles of bike lanes. At the end of class, each participant receives free safety gear including a helmet, bike lock, lights, bells water bottle and more. Pre-registration is required through the library event system:

Adult classes will return in the fall:

  • September 27, Main Library ; 6-7:30 p.m.
  • November 8, Dobson Ranch Library; 6-7:30 p.m.
  • December 6, Red Mountain Library; 6-7:30 p.m. 


Register Your Bike Online

Safety & Education


Publications & Reports

2017 Spring Magazine Issue: SpokeLIfe Mesa 

2016 Bike  & Pedestrian Survey Results [PDF] 

2015 Annual Bicycle & Pedestrian Program Report  [PDF]

2015 Bike & Pedestrian Survey Results [PDF]

2014 Annual Bicycle & Pedestrian Program Report [PDF]

2012 Bicycle Master Plan [PDF]


League of American Bicyclists

National Center for Bicycling and Walking

NHTAS Bicycle Safety Program

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center

Guide to Bicycle Commuting





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