From Outside MagazineBy Eben Weiss Sometimes the best offense is none at all Confrontations with strangers are a fact of life. Fortunately, most of these are relatively minor, and unless you’re Larry David, you’re unlikely to get into a heated argument with someone over an airplane seat armrest or a poorly-placed shopping cart. Some situations,Read More
It’s May 1st, and National Bicycle Safety Month is here!!! To keep you going and having fun on two wheels, here are a few links to help make sure you stay safe while heading out on your bike, wherever the roads and trails may take you. Be safe and have fun!!! BicycleSafe.com – How toRead More
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