Current Issues

Act Now! Support bicycling and walking funding

The statewide transportation funding proposal that currently includes approximately $120 million each year for bicycling, walking and transit has challenges ahead. Please send a quick note of support to your elected officials to help keep that funding intact!

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Let's reduce distracted driving

Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of traffic injuries and fatalities, but Colorado has some of the lowest texting while driving fines in the U.S. We support increasing the penalty and making it easier to support. Help us get this bill passed!

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Colorado Bicycle Summit

Mark your calendars: the summit is moving to October 2, 2017! Don't miss this opportunity to learn, network and activate on bicycling issues important to you and your community.

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Bicycle Colorado

The number of dockless bike share systems is rising by the day. That’s why we’re hosting the Future of Bike Share,…

  • 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.
  • Colorado weather means being ready to ride in any condition! Did you bike today? Share your ride by tagging us: @bicyclecolo #bicyclecolorado
  • 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.