Be part of democracy in action! Join Bicycle Colorado at the Colorado State Capitol on Tuesday, February 27 from 8-10 a.m. and advocate for better bicycling in the state. This is your chance to share with legislators how important better bicycling and safer streets are to you.BROWSE
Order your Share the Road certificate online or purchase one in person at a Denver-area BikeSource.
You’ll make a one-time, tax-deductible $25 donation to Bicycle Colorado and we’ll mail your certificate. The money goes to our safety education programs.
Take your certificate to your local county clerk’s office to order your new plates.
You’ll pay a one-time, $50 state specialty license fee plus your regular registration fees.
Yes. Each certificate is good for one set of front and rear plates.
$75 plus your regular registration fee. It breaks down like this: $25 goes to Bicycle Colorado for your approval certificate. It is a one-time, tax-deductible donation that is used for bicycle safety education. $50 goes to your county clerk for the one-time state specialty license plate fee.
There are a few options:
Take your Approval Certificate to your county clerk office just as you would to get standard Colorado plates. No special license plates are kept in stock at county clerk offices, but you will be issued temporary tags and your Share the Road plates will be mailed to you. Here’s a list of county clerk and DMV locations. You must go in person. Be sure to bring your Share the Road Approval Certificate and any other documents and payments your county clerk requires.
You can order the plates at any time. If you have more than 30 days before your registration expires, you may receive a credit.
Motorcycles, passenger cars, trucks, non-commercial and recreational vehicles that don’t exceed 16,000 pounds empty weight.
No. Your Share the Road plates will have a new number.
Yes. Note: The bicycling graphic will be removed per state rules.
Share the Road plates are only available to Colorado residents.