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Monday, February 10, 2020

Moving People Forward is Bicycle Colorado’s annual event that brings together thought leaders, innovators, decision makers, business leaders and stakeholders to explore the trends, topics, and technology at the forefront of the mobility revolution. The conference is Monday, February 10, 2020 at the Embassy Suites Downtown Denver.

Call for proposals! 

We are seeking session proposals about the future of mobility that will be relevant to the following audiences: 

  1. Transportation planners
  2. Elected officials and staff in local government and state government
  3. Health industry and environmental advocacy leaders
  4. Technology and mobility industry leaders
  5. Community and nonprofit leaders

Deadline to submit: Friday, October 11, 2019

Questions about Moving People Forward?
Interested in supporting it as a sponsor?

Please email us at MPF@bicyclecolorado.org

Check out what last year’s Moving People Forward was all about

And take a look at photos from previous Moving People Forward conferences below! Photos by David M. Budd Photography and Jack Todd. 

Bicycle Colorado
@BicycleColo

eNews is out! This week: Thank you for building the movement at VeloSwap, Mo's reflections on a recent bike trip to… https://t.co/o9ZAi1zu1G

  • #BicycleColorado supporter FattE-Bikes is offering a holiday promo for new bike buyers now through Thanksgiving weekend! If you’ve been thinking about getting either a fat bike or an e-bike, now’s the time to do both (and support a local Colorado business while you’re at it)!
  • Love this! Who else rode today? #bicyclecolorado #Repost @bikes4littleton
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I left at 31 ° this morning. Contrary to what I have believed my entire life, you can ride a bike at that temperature. However, I miss having hair, because 31 degrees, going ~25 mph down a hill, is really cold when it goes through the helmet and hits the bald head. @bicyclecolo #bicyclecommute #lesscars
  • #BicycleColorado staffers spent part of the afternoon with @denverparksrec experiencing riding on adaptive bikes, including hand cycles and recumbent bikes. We are firm believers in #experientiallearning, and we were grateful to gain some first-hand knowledge about this kind of riding. Plus, it was really fun!