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Buddy Insurance announces partnership with Bicycle Colorado

DENVER — Buddy Insurance is partnering with advocacy organization Bicycle Colorado to help protect bicyclists from the costs of getting hurt while doing what they love. The Richmond, Virginia-based InsureTech startup is bringing its unique outdoors-focused product to Colorado to help ensure everyone can ride with peace of mind, whether you are out for a ride with your family, commuting or racing.

“Buddy is super excited to be partnering with Bicycle Colorado. Both of our organizational missions of advocating for and protecting people who bike go hand in hand and we are looking forward to helping Colorado bicyclists in any way that we can,” says James Paul, Buddy’s Co-Founder and Head of Business Development.

Buddy created the first and only on-demand crash coverage focused specifically on the active outdoor community. Bicycle Colorado supporters can get coverage for as little as just a day of riding, or coverage for the full year. Should someone have a crash, Buddy pays benefits directly to them based on the care received for associated injuries.

As Bicycle Colorado continues to encourage and promote bicycling, increase safety, improve conditions and provide a voice for people who ride in Colorado, they are excited to see a company like Buddy sharing in that vision and helping people across the state ride with confidence.

About Buddy Insurance

Founded in The River City of Virginia, Buddy’s mission is to help everyone fearlessly live an active outdoor life. They do this with the first and only accident insurance product that can be purchased for as little as a day, and by donating 10% of their profits to nonprofits focused on outdoor access for all. Learn more at www.buddyinsurance.com.

About Bicycle Colorado

Bicycle Colorado is a member-supported 501(c)3 striving to make Colorado the best place to ride a bike. Their mission is to lead a passionate and growing movement that champions the interests of everyone who rides or wants to ride a bicycle in the state.

Media contacts:

Brittany Adams
Operations Specialist, Buddy Insurance
833.462.8339 ext. 701 | brittany@iambuddy.com

Jack Todd
Communications and Policy Manager, Bicycle Colorado
303.417.1544 ext. 105 | jack@bicyclecolorado.org

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About the Author: Bicycle Colorado

Bicycle Colorado is a 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Denver. We use advocacy, education and passion to make Colorado one of the most bicycle-friendly states in the nation. We encourage and promote bicycling, increase safety, improve conditions and provide a voice for people who ride bicycles in Colorado. With the support of our members and numerous partnerships across the public and private sector, we’ve made significant strides in improving bicycling since 1992.

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