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International Winter Bike To Work Day

Winter Bike to Work Day is an annual global event celebrating bicycle commuting in winter – with a touch of friendly competition. Keep scrolling to learn about how to get engaged for Winter Bike to Work Day and Winter Bike Week 2020!

Denver

This year, in collaboration with our Active Bike Corridors and Navigator programs, we will be leading group rides from seven different locations and terminating in downtown Denver at DRCOGs station at 15th and Cleveland.  Free breakfast and giveaways on arrival!

Ride Starting Locations

 

Click on your closest starting location above to find out more details and register. Hope to see you there!

 

Want to know more about our Active Bike Corridors and Navigator programs? Watch below!

Lyons

Kicking off Winter Bike Week is Old Man Winter in Lyons!

Boulder

Celebrate the whole week from February 10 – 15 in Boulder. Get your bike winter-ride ready and break out the long johns, so you can stay warm while you take part in these awesome events! Click here to see the lineup of outings by bike during Winter Bike Week in Boulder!

Longmont

The City of Longmont will be hosting an International Winter Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station at the Development Services Center lobby located at 385 Kimbark Street in downtown Longmont. Bagels and hot beverages will be provided to visiting riders. This will be the fourth year that the City has hosted a Winter Bike to Work Day station as we celebrate and encourage individuals to give two-wheels a try as part of their commuting package. Are you game? If so, dress warmly and dress visibly. There are also stops at Simply Bulk Market and Longmont Bicycle Company.

Montrose

Our friends in Montrose are hosting a free breakfast the morning of February 12th and a Love Your Bike party later that evening!  Two ways to join in the winter biking fun!  You can find more information and details by clicking here.

Durango

Everywhere

Click here to commit to ride on Winter Bike to Work Day on Friday, February 14! There’s a world map and leaderboard. You can also learn more on the international winter bike to work Facebook page.

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) supports Winter Bike to Work day. Click here to see CDOT’s FAQ and resources.

Do you know of an event in Colorado we are missing from this list? Please let us know!

Happy and safe riding from your friends at Bicycle Colorado!

Event Details

When:

Friday, February 14, 2020

Time:

08:00am - 09:00am

Location

Denver, CO
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