This year's Summit is headlined by 7x World Champion and Emmy Award-winner Rebecca Rusch. With Rebecca and other advocates from around the state, we’ll focus on building the movement, shaping what it means to be a bicyclist and much more.
We hope you’ll join us for a day full of engaging panels and speakers on October 7. Click below to save your seat today.BROWSE
We believe riding a bike should be accessible, safe and enjoyable for everyone, regardless of skill level, age, gender, race or socioeconomic status. That thinking is also why, in 2017, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) established the Active Bike Corridors (ABCs) on Bike to Work Day.
Now, two years later, Bicycle Colorado in partnership with Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and longtime Bicycle Colorado board member, Graham Hollis, we’re launching a new and exciting program to highlight and promote these seven high-comfort corridors throughout the Denver metro area. The aim of the ABCs is to engage with new riders and exiting riders throughout the metro community 365 days a year, to ditch their car and hop on their saddle.
Whether you’re commuting to work, school, the playground, grocery shopping or out for date night, Bicycle Colorado has you covered with these seven corridors.
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Our aim is to get new riders on the corridor who are curious and new to commuting by bike in Denver. We are doing this by creating a variety of educational opportunities, offering programming and guided group commuter rides. Scroll and click below to learn about our classes and browse our interactive event calendar and sign up to a program near you!
Looking to bring one of these programs to your work place or need further information?
Contact our Education Program Coordinator Chris Winn email@example.com