From Streetsblog Denver, By David Sachs Feb 6, 2017 Those bike lanes around the city? They don’t appear out of the ether. They take money and planning by the Department of Public Works. Yeah, they may not be perfect, but if we’re going to build safer bike lanes, we’ll need our elected officials to buckRead More
By Cheri Felix I love racing. When I line up I feel like I’m going to throw up. I wonder why I signed up. I question my sanity. I ponder possible mechanicals and broken collar bones. All this before the starter says “go!” I’ve been racing for eight years. It started with short track. ThatRead More
From The Denver Post A second man has been cited on accusations that he dropped scores of thumbnail tacks on a popular bike route over the Fourth of July weekend. PREVIOUS STORY: Person of interest in JeffCo thumb tack case PREVIOUS STORY: Hundreds of tacks strewn on popular road for cyclists PREVIOUS STORY: Thumb Tacks Suspects Identified TylerRead More
From 9News: JEFFERSON COUNTY – The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office identified two suspects in the Deer Creek Canyon Road thumb tack case. Over the Fourth of July weekend, multiple cyclists got flat tires from hundreds of tacks tossed on the road west of Chatfield State Park. Sheriff’s deputies believe the tacks were spread along theRead More
From KUSA A little more than a week after multiple cyclists got flat tires from thumb tacks tossed on Deer Creek Canyon Road, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has a person of interest. … Cycling groups say the roadway is the source of an ongoing feud between bike riders and drivers. Jen Barnhart and herRead More
Tomorrow’s Bike-to-Work Day could be the first day of a great new habit.
At this year’s Colorado Bike Expo, we had a terrific Commuting Panel presentation comprising local cycling aficionados providing all the tricks of the trade.
Here is a recap of two of our panelists, to help you make tomorrow’s yearly event more of a regular thing in your life… Read more
As the clock ticked past an hour straight of climbing above Boulder on Saturday morning, I chuckled about the fact that, in more than a decade of living and biking in Colorado, I had somehow never ridden the iconic climb I was suffering on now. Or the fast, flowing canyon descent that followed. Or the gravel rollers that came after that, dry and scorching in the midday sun. . . Read more
June is Colorado Bike Month and every year areas around the state are continuing to grow this effort from a day of biking to a week of biking all the way to an entire month dedicated to getting you out of your cars and onto a bike!export-attempts Read more
As we celebrate Colorado Bike Month, 303 is dedicated to providing valuable tips, resources and advice to help you hit the commute safely and well-prepared.
By 303 Ambassador Erin Trail
I recently started working downtown, which involves a 30 mile one-way commute, usually by bus or light rail. I’m really happy to have these great commuting options, but I was also lamenting a loss of time spent not commuting: loss of freedom, time to train, time to do what I want. I perked up though when I realized that Denver has GREAT bike lanes and a fantastic trail system. I mapped it out… Read more