• Jul 24, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Bicycles under threat again in Colorado

Well before the 2018 legislative session convenes in Colorado on January 10, bicyclists around the state are being threatened by proposed legislation. On Wednesday, July 19, Senator Ray Scott, from Mesa County, “floated” the idea of taxing bicyclists in Colorado after a similar measure was passed in Oregon–typically a model state for…

  • Jul 20, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Bicycle tax would be bad for Colorado

  • Jan 26, 2017
  • By Dan Grunig

Bicycle Colorado Supports Safety Stop Bill

A bill proposed in the Colorado legislature would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield and red lights as stop signs if the coast is clear. Sponsored by Senator Andy Kerr, Senate Bill 93 is supported by Bicycle Colorado.

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The number of dockless bike share systems is rising by the day. That’s why we’re hosting the Future of Bike Share,… https://t.co/TTOIIn2yXx

  • Have you tried any of the new #dockless bike shares around town? Learn about the shifting bike share landscape at Moving People Forward 2018! Click the link in our bio to learn more and register today. •••
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A snowy morning commute in Denver today! The snow is now melted and we hope you’ll get some pedaling time in today.
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  • Meet Scott Kubly, our 2018 Moving People Forward keynote speaker!

The architect of the award-winning Move Seattle plan, Kubly helped transform Seattle into an urban model of multimodal transportation, in which 95 percent of the nearly 45,000 jobs created in the past few years have been filled by people who walk, bike or take public transit to work. Kubly has helped countless city leaders and urban planners proactively address challenges in the ever-changing urban transportation landscape.
Kubly will share his vision for how Coloradans can address current transportation demands while planning for the future. His insight will be invaluable for anyone wondering how Colorado infrastructure can keep up with the increasing demands of an growing population.
Learn more, and register today, by clicking the link in our bio.