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
These programs are designed to teach motorists and bicyclists how to use our streets safely together. The 1.5-hour, interactive courses cover laws for each road user, how to navigate on-street bicycle infrastructure and how to avoid common crashes between motorists and bicyclists. Auto-Friendly Bicyclist also reviews information specific to bicyclists, including how to ride defensively, tips for route planning and how to manage situations unique to bicyclists.
While each course is taught from a different lens (motorist or bicyclist), the two have similar content and all levels of motorists and bicyclists can learn from either course. It is not necessary to participate in both.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate and sticker to display on their motor vehicle or bicycle.
Communities where we have already certified motorists and bicyclists:
We are partnering with communities across Colorado, so this list is always growing!