Since Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast has gone awry and Old Man Winter is still hanging out in Colorado, here are some tips on how to dress for winter riding, courtesy of DRCOG’s Way to Go program.
Follow up story on Denver bicyclist paralyzed in car crash awarded $52.5 million — one of the largest jury verdicts in Colorado historySubmitted by 303cycling on February 28th, 2019
From The Denver PostBy Andrew Kenney Crash involved two cars, including one driven by a Labor Finders worker, which was a key element in the case Gary Suydam was struck by two cars and paralyzed on Jan. 27, 2017, as he rode his bike home from work. This month, a jury awarded him more thanRead More
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is holding public meetings Feb. 4 in Boulder; Feb. 6 in Longmont; and Feb. 7 in Niwot on the progress toward implementing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service on State Highway 119, between and within the cities of Boulder and Longmont. These public meetings will seek input and provide an updateRead More
Bike-n-Ride Member Update: New Terms & Conditions – TMP Update Underway – RTD Seeking Public AssistanceSubmitted by Kim Welk on September 26th, 2018
Abandoned bikes and other personal items not related to bike commuting are clogging shelters and taking away Bike shelter cleanup from their purpose of providing safe and secure weather protected bicycle storage for commuters making connections to and from local or regional transit routes. Read the new Bike-n-ride terms and conditions. Here is a quickRead More
When you picture someone who says they like to use their bike as transportation, you might have a vision of someone pedaling a Dutch Bike with loaves of bread, flowers and happy children spilling out of the cargo-portion. Or perhaps you picture a trendy hipster-esque person on their fixie, wearing the perfect scarf and jeggings. I am far from both of those things (though I DO have a penchant for scarves and have a “go-to” pair of jeggings I found at Goodwill 2 years ago). Read more