• Safety advocates seek to stop bicycle fatality trend

    Submitted by Bill Plock on September 4th, 2019

    The ghost bike stands at the intersection where Alexis Bounds was killed on July 24 while riding in a designated bike lane. In the street, someone has written “another slain cyclist” in green paint. Read more

    • Reckless Driver Kills Bike Advocate Scott Hendrickson

      Submitted by Bill Plock on July 19th, 2019

      By Andy Bosselman, StreetsBlog Scott Hendrickson, a beloved cyclist, pedicab driver and bike shop worker with a macabre sense of humor, died after being hit by a reckless driver last week at one of Denver’s many unsafe intersections — the first person on a bike killed so far this year. Police have offered little informationRead More

      • Driver who hit Triny Willerton pleads guilty, sentenced.

        Submitted by Bill Plock on June 17th, 2019

        I am so grateful to the judge. She was incredibly just and I am very happy with today’s outcome. I feel like this chapter is finally over and my family and I can move forward with our lives. I am very passionate about creating safer roads and will continue to do my best to achieve this.” Read more

        • Community Cycles Annual Membership Party

          Submitted by 303cycling on June 2nd, 2019

          It’s time to thank members for their support and making Boulder a more bike-able city. Join us in celebration, door prizes, chill music, silent auction, Bike games including a Pie Joust, light food, wine & beer! Free to members – Discounted year long memberships available on day of event ($30 individual, $50 household). Saturday, June 22nd,Read More

          • Group Rides Do’s and Don’ts

            Submitted by Bill Plock on May 30th, 2019

            …rides are often a great source of frustration to motorists, especially in areas such as canyon roads, where there is little room to pass or no bike lane or shoulder for cyclists. Often, groups even take over the whole lane, riding four to five riders abreast, which makes it nearly impossible to pass safely. Read more

            • Governor Jared Polis to Sign Vulnerable road user bill 5/29, Denver Bicycle Cafe

              Submitted by Bill Plock on May 28th, 2019

              Governor Polis will sign Senate Bill 19-175 on Wednesday, May 29 at 11:30 a.m. at the Denver Bicycle Cafe, making Colorado’s roadways safer for vulnerable road users like bicyclists, pedestrians, peace officers, construction workers and more Read more

              • Bicycle Colorado and Bike Denver Merge!

                Submitted by Bill Plock on May 13th, 2019

                DENVER — Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver are merging, the two organizations announced today. BikeDenver’s executive director, James Waddell, is joining Bicycle Colorado as mobility programs director. Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver have worked together closely for many years—BikeDenver’s work began nearly 20 years ago when Bicycle Colorado’s leadership foresaw how active local voices in the state’sRead More

                • Cyclist’s 4 Community’s Crank it Forward event May 17th!

                  Submitted by Bill Plock on May 10th, 2019

                  Cyclist’s 4 Community’s third annual Crank It Forward! fundraising gala takes place the evening of Friday May 17th Read more

                  • Moots donates Vamoots DR for better bicycling

                    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 3rd, 2019

                    Win this Moot Vamoots DR and help raise funds for bicycle advocacy. Buy a raffle ticket and win!
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                    • Jeffco Cycling Advocate Dave Evans Passes Away

                      Submitted by 303cycling on December 22nd, 2017

                      By Bill Plock Road cycling in Jefferson County, and in Colorado at large, has lost a tireless advocate and champion of everyday road cycling. Dave Evans, founder and chairman of Bike Jeffco passed away suddenly on Friday, 15 December 2017 from complications following an emergency heart surgery. Bike Jeffco was formed in 1998 at theRead More