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Thank you for making a donation to support Bicycle Colorado! Together, we are making Colorado a better place to live and ride.

More Ways to Give

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (Tax ID# 84-1201078), Bicycle Colorado is fueled by the generosity of people like you who help enact our vision for a more bicycle-friendly Colorado. Here are a few ways you can support our work:

  • Donate a vehicle by clicking here.
  • Workplace giving through Community Shares of Colorado
  • Matching gifts through your employer
  • Donate on Colorado Gives Day
  • Sponsor our Colorado Bicycle Summit or Gala
  • Donate an item to our Gala auction
  • Gifts of cash, stock and real estate
  • Planned gifts, including bequests, charitable gift annuities and trusts, life insurance and retirement plan assets

For more information, please contact Erica Hine, 303-417-1544 x101

Testimonial

“We strongly support Bicycle Colorado's mission and believe that their advocacy efforts are important in making cycling in Colorado safer, more accessible and especially more fun!”

  • Keith Strand and Rachel Holloway
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eNews is out! This week: Thank you for building the movement at VeloSwap, Mo's reflections on a recent bike trip to… https://t.co/o9ZAi1zu1G

  • #BicycleColorado supporter FattE-Bikes is offering a holiday promo for new bike buyers now through Thanksgiving weekend! If you’ve been thinking about getting either a fat bike or an e-bike, now’s the time to do both (and support a local Colorado business while you’re at it)!
  • Love this! Who else rode today? #bicyclecolorado #Repost @bikes4littleton
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I left at 31 ° this morning. Contrary to what I have believed my entire life, you can ride a bike at that temperature. However, I miss having hair, because 31 degrees, going ~25 mph down a hill, is really cold when it goes through the helmet and hits the bald head. @bicyclecolo #bicyclecommute #lesscars
  • #BicycleColorado staffers spent part of the afternoon with @denverparksrec experiencing riding on adaptive bikes, including hand cycles and recumbent bikes. We are firm believers in #experientiallearning, and we were grateful to gain some first-hand knowledge about this kind of riding. Plus, it was really fun!