Urban bike commuting for downtown workers

Neighborhood Navigators matches up experienced bike commuters—Navigators—with less experienced “would-be bike commuters.” Our trained, vetted and paid Navigators will show you, turn by turn, block by block how to commute by bike from your home to work and back—safely and conveniently. Think of it as the “Uber for the interested but concerned, wanna-be bike commuter!”

Be a Bike CommuterBe a Navigator

Bike to work with a Neighborhood Navigator. 

The service is currently FREE for anyone who works in downtown Denver and commutes in from fewer than five miles away. If you live and work in our “Home Zone ” you may be eligible to receive up to four FREE Neighborhood Navigator bike trips.

Be a Corporate Partner

For more information please contact James Waddell, Mobility Program Director, at james@bicyclecolorado.org or by phone at 720-530-5894

Our goal is to help 1,800 people replace a Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) commute trip with a bike commute trip at least once a week—that’s equivalent to freeing up a lane on Colfax stretching from Wadsworth Boulevard to Colorado Boulevard! 

people drive alone into downtown Denver every day from less than 5 miles away.

Don’t be one of them! Save time, sanity and money by riding your bike to work. 

%

of Denver workers would bike to work if they felt safer, had the skills, knew the best route and had more confidence.

Our Neighborhood Navigator program helps people with all the above. 

Let us show you a better way to get around. 

Be a Corporate Partner

For more information please contact James Waddell, Mobility Program Director, at james@bicyclecolorado.org or by phone at 720-530-5894

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  • We’ve heard from a lot of #BicycleColorado members and supporters lately about the joy they’ve felt while riding their bikes in recent days! Our next few posts will feature some of their stories. This one comes from Larry H: “Dixon Reservoir, W. Fort Collins, via my Alaskan Fatback! Note Bear Spray is now Cougar Spray!”
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  • We’ve heard from a lot of #BicycleColorado members and supporters lately about the joy they’ve felt while riding their bikes in recent days! Our next few posts will feature some of their stories. This one comes from Jenny and Stan S.: “We went with 2 neighbors to Utah prior to the lockdown for solitary bike and hiking. Photos of blue/green MTB trail in Dead Horse State Park. The trails were empty and dry. The visitor center had too many people for my comfort. Later Utah visitor centers closed. Mercifully, most  bathrooms remained open.

We traveled with bleach spray, wipes, gloves, buffs, raincoats (to wear indoors!). We ate inside our car and motel room. PBJ and frozen turkey pot pies.”