DENVER - Contrary to popular belief, drivers are not always at fault when it comes to cyclist vs. auto accidents. Cyclists have been issued 264 tickets so far in 2014 for ignoring the rules of the road, according to Denver Police.
Denver Police say there were 330 accidents involving bicycles in 2013. So far, there have been 113 cyclist vs. auto accidents in 2014.
June is "Heads Up" month in Denver. "Heads Up" is a city-wide safety-awareness campaign asking drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists to keep their heads up and be more aware of their surroundings.