• Jul 27, 2018
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Dockless mobility technology arriving on Denver’s streets

  • Aug 1, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

A letter to our members from Dan Grunig, executive director

  • Jul 20, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Bicycle tax would be bad for Colorado

  • Jun 2, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Welcome to Colorado Bike Month!

As you are probably aware, Colorado celebrates bike month in June (instead of May like most of the country) to hopefully have better weather for bicycling in our communities at higher elevations. So, let’s see what’s happening! First off, we are hosting a giveaway for tickets to Velorama, the bicycling festival August…

  • May 24, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Legislative Session 2017 Wrap Up

During the 2017 Colorado legislative session, Bicycle Colorado organized support and testified for several legislative issues. Along with a broad coalition of partners, we backed bills to reduce distracted driving, penalize harassment of people who bike or walk, improve access to riding and hold people accountable for causing a hit-and-run. Thank you…

  • Mar 16, 2017
  • By Rachel Hultin

Colorado Pedals Project Year 1: CDOT Region 1

In Sept 2015, Governor Hickenlooper announced the Colorado Pedals Project. The goal? To make Colorado the #1 Bike State by 2020. This is part 4 of a 6-part series on projects we’re tracking and supporting that further the Pedals Project. It’s bold. It’s ambitious. It is absolutely achievable but not without the Colorado…

  • Mar 10, 2017
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Bike Law Q&A: Full stop on a bike

  • Mar 1, 2017
  • By Rachel Hultin

Colorado Pedals Project Year 1: CDOT Region 2

In Sept 2015, Governor Hickenlooper announced the Colorado Pedals Project. The goal? To make Colorado the #1 Bike State by 2020. This is part 4 of a 6-part series on projects we’re tracking and supporting that further the Pedals Project. It’s bold. It’s ambitious. It is absolutely achievable but not without the Colorado…

  • Dec 12, 2016
  • By Piep van Heuven

Incredibly hard and extremely fun

Racing and loving cyclocross at 50 Cyclocross. How does one begin to describe it? It involves racing laps over varied terrain with supportive derision (heckling) and obstacles like sand, mud, barricades, steep ups and downs, ridiculous turns and off-camber things most people wouldn’t choose to ride willingly. Every time I line up…

  • Dec 7, 2016
  • By Katherine Fuller

The positive proof just keeps piling up

Quite a bit of research crosses our desks regarding the benefits of bicycling and the infrastructure that supports it. These studies show that encouraging cycling and providing safe ways to do it not only benefit those who pedal, but also the cities in which people ride and even those who do not…

  • Dec 6, 2016
  • By Rachel Hultin

Colorado Pedals Project Year 1: CDOT Region 5

In Sept 2015, Governor Hickenlooper announced the Colorado Pedals Project. The goal? To make Colorado the #1 Bike State by 2020. It’s bold. It’s ambitious. It is absolutely achievable but not without the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) locking its proverbial jaws around every opportunity to include and expand investments in active transportation.…

  • Nov 21, 2016
  • By Katherine Fuller

Enlightenment at 12 miles per day

I’m new to the Bicycle Colorado staff, but not to bicycle advocacy or riding bikes. That said, the last few weeks have been an education in bicycling on an entirely new level than what has been known to me for two decades. The 12 miles I ride most days give me more…

  • Nov 15, 2016
  • By Bicycle Colorado

Action Alert: Will Denver include bikes in the bond?

It’s GO time: If you want more and better bicycling, then Denver needs you! The city intends to pursue a general obligation bond (GO Bond) in 2017 to support funding shortfalls for all kinds of projects, including transportation and parks. Public input will be critical and is necessary to encourage funding for…

  • Nov 11, 2016
  • By Amy Morfas

Exciting Bicycle Colorado events planned for 2017!

With 2016 quickly wrapping up (where does the time go?), it seems like a great opportunity to share our new and improved roster of events to be hosted by Bicycle Colorado next year. With the addition of an events manager, Claire Peters, to our staff, we have increased capacity to do more…

  • Nov 8, 2016
  • By Katherine Fuller

New study quantifies benefits cycling offers Colorado

A new study released by multiple state agencies found that bicycling contributes significantly to Colorado’s economy ($1.6 billion in 2015), and that almost half of the state’s adults rode a bicycle in the past year, making Colorado one of the most active states in the nation. Bicycle Colorado partnered with several agencies and…

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  • Nov 7, 2016
  • By Bicycle Colorado

CDOT Launches $500,000 Bicycle and Pedestrian Challenge

Do you think you can design a better transportation system? Do you have great ideas for moving pedestrians and cyclists more safely? If so, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) wants to hear from you. You could win thousands of dollars simply for offering a great idea, or for providing and executing a concrete…

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  • Thanks to everyone who came out wanting to do their part to make our streets safer at last night’s Bicycle-Friendly Driver course in Lakewood! We did hear feedback that our cookies were too small—we heard you, we’ll try and do better 😂.
  • Now that’s just mean. No bike (or bicyclist!) deserves this!
  • Beautiful day for a bike commute. #bicyclecolorado