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Share the Road license plates raise awareness and encourage everyone to use our roads safely and respectfully. With nearly 6,000 plates on Colorado vehicles, together we’re spreading the word while raising funds to help make Colorado an even more bicycle-friendly state.
Order your Share the Road certificate PIN online. You’ll make a one-time $25 donation to Bicycle Colorado, and we’ll email your certificate number. Please allow a few business days to receive your certificate number. If you need it expedited, instructions will be in your confirmation email. Thanks for your support!
Alternatively, you may purchase a paper certificate in person at a Denver-area BikeSource.
Finish the process through the DMV. You’ll pay a one-time, $50 state specialty license fee plus your regular registration fees. With your certificate PIN, complete your transaction online through DMV e-services.
If you have a paper certificate from BikeSource, take your certificate to your local county clerk’s office to order your new 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:
Motorcycles, passenger cars, trucks, non-commercial and recreational vehicles that don’t exceed 16,000 pounds empty weight.
Yes. Each certificate is good for one set of front and rear plates.
You can order the plates at any time. If you have more than 30 days before your registration expires, you may receive a credit.
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.
Governor Ritter signs the bill creating the Share the Road license plates into law on June 3, 2007, at the Elephant Rock Cycling Festival.
Bicycle Colorado at the City and County Building in Denver for the Vision Zero Love-in on February 14, 2017.
We envision a Colorado where riding a bicycle is always safe and convenient for everyone, where bicycling is the top choice for recreation and everyday trips, and where the benefits of bicycling are experienced and valued by all people in our state.
Share the Road license plates enable Bicycle Colorado to encourage safe driving behaviors. The funds raised from plate purchases go directly to our share the road education fund. Learn more about some of the educational programming we are doing to further encourage drivers and bicyclists to share the road.
Vision Zero is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all. Bicycle Colorado members believe in eliminating traffic deaths and making the roads safer for vulnerable road users. Learn more about Bicycle Colorado.
When you donate to purchase your Share the Road license plate, YOU are helping to make the roads safer in Colorado for all of us. Click here to get your plates!