• Bicycle Colorado Opens 2017 Bike Summit Registration

    Submitted by 303cycling on July 26th, 2017

    This year’s summit keynote speaker is Veronica O. Davis, PE. Veronica is a transportation innovator who uses her knowledge to spark progressive social change in communities via the bicycle. Veronica’s message of equity and inclusion, and her advocacy for accessible forms of transportation apply directly to this year’s theme, Expanding and Exploring. Read more

    • What’s Your “Why?” Tell us & Win Velorama VIP Tickets!

      Submitted by 303cycling on July 25th, 2017

      Tell us your “why” and win two amazing VIP credentials to the upcoming Velorama!  Audi Flatirons shared their Why – now it’s your turn. What makes you get up early, ride in the rain, run in the snow, swim in whitecaps? When the going gets tough, what keeps you coming back for more? Give usRead More

      • Colorado Classic announces addition of pro women’s teams

        Submitted by 303cycling on July 2nd, 2017

        Please welcome the following teams to our 2017 Colorado Classic Women’s Teams lineup: CONADE –Visit Mexico Specialized ISCorp Powered by Progress Palamares Racing Team (CO Based) The addition of these teams brings the total number of Women’s teams to compete in the 2017 Colorado Classic to 15! The Colorado Classic Women’s Race is a two-stage,Read More

        • Bicycle Colorado launches Denver Street Partnership

          Submitted by 303cycling on June 29th, 2017

          The mission of the Denver Street Partnership is : Advocating to fund, build, and maintain A complete, active transportation system.     Check out the comprehensive slideshow and all the goals and methods: Denver Streets Partnership from Denver Streets Partnership

          • Primal Colorado Bike Expo Wrap Up

            Submitted by 303cycling on May 23rd, 2017

            The 2017 Primal Colorado Bike Expo went off despite mother natures best efforts to toss ice pellets in its path… the Friday Night Lights crit and Street Sprint races went as scheduled, with tons of high energy excitement.  Read more

            • Pedal the Plains Route Announced

              Submitted by Bill Plock on April 28th, 2017

              The Denver Post’s Pedal the Plains event will stay close to the Denver metro area for its sixth edition, winding through Weld and Morgan counties for three days as part of an effort to highlight communities in the Eastern Plains. Read more

              • Denver B-cycle touts free rides as part of “Monday’s Motivation”

                Submitted by 303cycling on April 2nd, 2017

                From the Denver Post If you’ve never registered for Denver’s B-cycle bike-sharing program, now might be a good time to sign up. Members of the program will get free bike rentals every Monday for the next year. And yes, this “Monday’s Motivation” offer (as they’re calling it) applies to first-time members, too. “Monday’s Motivation daysRead More

                • VIDEO: Mayor Hancock’s presentation at Denver Vision Zero Summit

                  Submitted by Nicole Odell on March 19th, 2017

                  2017 Denver Vision Zero Summit – March 8, 2017 Video courtesy Bike Law  

                  • Denver Area Transit: The Post and Streetsblog publicly spar re: mobility, cars, bikes, pedestrians

                    Submitted by 303cycling on March 1st, 2017

                    In a recent article by the Denver Post, Mayor Hancock and the City Council’s approach to missing sidewalks, transit gaps, bikeways and pedestrian safety was reviewed. Denver’s mayor says he shares the sense of urgency expressed by pedestrian, bicycling and transit advocates who want the city to channel more money to projects aimed at helping residents getRead More

                    • How far did Denver B-cyclers ride last year?

                      Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 16th, 2017

                      How far did Denver B-cyclers ride last year? To the moon — three times!! From the Denver Post Riding on Denver’s red bicycles is replacing riding in cars, though total B-cycle trips dipped. Shared red bicycles increasingly are acing out cars as a preferred way to move around central Denver: a survey unveiled Tuesday foundRead More