From the DailyCamera no Sunday
Cyclists are banned from Black Hawk. Mounting problems between drivers and riders at Colorado National Monument have park officials considering restrictions. In Durango, a push is on to make all Colorado cyclists pay registration fees. Arguments over the new "3-foot rule" are popping up across the state.
It appears that Colorado is in a cycle of ill will toward the 1.2 million adult riders who now pedal the state`s roads.
New laws designed to make cycling safer seem to have exacerbated problems. So has the bike/vehicle crowding on mountain roads as more knee-challenged baby boomers hang up their skis and turn to bicycles. To top it off, Black Hawk`s attention-grabbing bicycle ban -- the only one by a municipality in the country -- has put a much-publicized, far-reaching, negative spin on Coloradocycling.
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