It all depends on the elevation, riding in the valleys the temps can be anywhere from the 70's to the 100's riding at higher elevations will be anywhere between the 30's to the 70's so be prepared for a variety of temps.
The ride from Flagstaff through Payson down to Globe is real nice than you're not too far from Tombstone which is a neat town to visit.
If you like to stay a little bit on the warmer side you can follow the Colorado river from Yuma all the way up to Bullhead City and than ride up to Lake Mead in Nevada.
In the beginning of April there is Arizona Bike week which is in the Phoenix area and there is a lot of activities there but the downside is you are running around a city of 6 million people plus so there is a lot of traffic.
The last week of April there is the Laughlin River run which is in Laughlin,NV/Bullhead City, AZ which has a lot less traffic so you can enjoy the rides more.
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