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  • Red Agave Resort
    Sedona is known for its chiseled red rocks rising out of the Sonoran Desert. Two iconic sandstone formations, Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte, are visible from the A-frame chalets of Red Agave Adventure Resort. Inside each freestanding, two-story chalet, you'll find flat-panel cable TVs and free WiFi. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, electric range, oven, and a microwave, as well as plates, cups, and various utensils. The chalets are clustered around a spacious central courtyard, which features a heated in-ground pool and two hot tubs. Come nightfall—weather permitting—the fire pit crackles to life with a glowing campfire as guests munch on s'mores and sing folk ditties in harmony with coyote howls. TripAdvisor recently named Sedona the second-best spot in the world to catch a gorgeous sunset. Visitors can experience the beauty firsthand as they hike and bike across trails surrounding dramatic rock formations, such as Cathedral Rock. Then, after a long day of activity, they can relieve sore muscles at one of Sedona's many spas. About 5 miles from the resort, in the heart of Sedona, lies Tlaquepaque Village, a collection of 40 art galleries, shops, and small eateries designed after a small Mexican village.
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    120 Canyon Circle Drive
    Sedona, AZ US
  • Sedona Bike & Bean
    Sedona Bike & Bean provides the two necessities for any mountain-bike trek: the bike and the energy. Its dual-purpose shop serves imported Sicilian coffee and rents out bicycles in all sizes. In addition to pouring your joe, the staff can suggest trails for different skill levels that pass by stunning rock formations.
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    75 Bell Rock Plaza
    Sedona, AZ US
  • AZ Pedal Tours
    Climbing onto one of AZ Pedal Tours' urban cruisers?or tandems, or with a little one on the back in a trailer or co-pilot seat?locals and tourists alike can enjoy Flagstaff on two wheels, rather than in gas-hungry cars or power-hungry horses. With four types of tours to choose from, any cyclist can find the perfect ride, from the family-friendly historic tour to the adults-only beer tour. During the latter, guides spend 20 minutes showing visitors Flagstaff's area breweries, then set them free with two hours of bike rentals, allowing bikers to hit up their beer-maker of choice.
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    106 W Aspen Ave.
    Flagstaff, AZ US
  • Caf Revolution
    For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Caf Revolution. Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on Caf Revolution's complimentary wifi. On warmer days, you can take advantage of Caf Revolution's al fresco patio seating. Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Caf Revolution can seat both large and small groups. Street and lot parking is simple near Caf Revolution. Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes.
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    3 S Mikes Pike
    Flagstaff, AZ US
  • Syncd-N
    "Unity in motion." That's the motto of SYNCD-N owners Howard and Dawn Lindsay, and it's not lip service?it's literal. That's because the husband-and-wife duo deal exclusively in tandem bicycles. "Riding a tandem bicycle requires a team to communicate thoroughly, to trust each other...and to lean on one another when one team member gets tired," they share on their website. This shines through in both their commitment to each other?which has been strengthened since they took up the sport?and to their customers, to whom they offer trial rides. The rides familiarize the customers with the skills necessary for navigating a bicycle together, from peddling in sync to leaning in the same direction in order to dodge puddles full of tears from lonely unicyclists.
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    13771 N. Fountain Hills Blvd. Suite 114-305
    Fountain Hills, AZ US
  • Bike Emporium
    Bike Emporium’s able staff equips riders with bicycles and accessories from top brands and keeps gear running smoothly with repair and maintenance services. Walk-ins can ride out of the store atop new spinning spokes by Giant, Electra, or Haro, as well as recumbent bikes by Sun. When any make or model of bike requires maintenance, wounded wheels benefit from a full range of repair services, including flats fixed while the owner waits and tune-ups completed in 24 hours. Bike Emporium also rents out bicycles ($17/hour; $37/day) and points riders in the direction of the Greenbelt half a mile away, a nearby mountain bike trail, and a giant hamster wheel that affords riders spectacular views of the skyline.
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    8443 E McDonald Dr.
    Scottsdale, AZ US

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