• Safe Streets Day

    Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 10th, 2017

    We need your voice! Join us March 1 at the Colorado State Capitol to advocate for better bicycling in the state and be a part of democracy in action. Bills to improve bicycling and increase transportation options are moving through the legislature and your voice is needed more than ever. Our goal is to haveRead More

    • Moving People Forward Event by Bicycle Colorado

      Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 3rd, 2017

      From Bicycle Colorado: Within the next 20 years, transportation in Colorado will completely change as we know it. This one day conference will dive deep into the present and future face of mobility and the creative and collaborative advancements that are changing the ways people move. As a transportation or civic leader in Colorado, howRead More

      • Bicycle Colorado supports change in bike stop law

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 31st, 2017

        A bill proposed in the Colorado legislature would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield and red lights as stop signs if the coast is clear. Sponsored by Senator Andy Kerr, Senate Bill 93 is supported by Bicycle Colorado. Read more

        • Bicycle Colorado Issues Action Alert for State Funding

          Submitted by Nicole Odell on January 30th, 2017

          From Bicycle Colorado: https://www.bicyclecolorado.org/ Your help is urgently needed to protect bike and walk funding at the state level! The good news is that both parties at the State Capitol agree that Colorado has a major transportation funding shortfall. The bad news is without your support, the proposed solution may not include good bicycling and walkingRead More

          • Moving People Forward by Bicycle Colorado

            Submitted by 303cycling on December 2nd, 2016

            Monday Feb. 6, 2017 Embassy Suites, Denver   Within the next 20 years, transportation in Colorado will completely change as we know it. This one day conference will dive deep into the present and future face of mobility and the creative and collaborative advancements that are changing the ways people move. As a transportation orRead More

            • CDOT launches $500k Bicycle, Pedestrian Challenge

              Submitted by 303cycling on November 12th, 2016

              Do you think you can design a better transportation system? Do you have great ideas for moving pedestrians and cyclists more safely? If so, the Colorado Department of Transportation wants to hear from you. You could win thousands of dollars simply by offering a great idea or for providing and executing a concrete plan ofRead More

              • 2016 Courage Classic Recap, Photos

                Submitted by 303cycling on July 27th, 2016

                The 2016 Courage Classic took place this past weekend, bringing together families, medical personnel and supporters of Children’s Hospital. Despite a downpour during the Friday evening social hour, the weather was perfect. The Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation Facebook page describes the annual event as, “2 days on 2 wheels supporting Children’s Hospital Colorado patients andRead More

                • Sharing the Road

                  Submitted by Kris Thompson on June 17th, 2008

                  With all the talk about bicycle safety and riding single file etc I thought I would provide some resources to protect cyclists.

                  One tool a cyclist can use is the aggressive driver hot line that has been setup by the Colorado State Patrol. If you see a driver that is driving aggressively you should call *CSP (*277). Make sure you have the following information: Read more

                  • More Larimer County Chatter

                    Submitted by Kris Thompson on May 22nd, 2008

                    There has been a ton of chatter about the article that the Larimer County Sheriff posted. There is a great blog post that addresses some of the specifics of the law that the Sheriff refers to. It quotes Dan Grunig who is the Executive Director of Bicycle Colorado. The one interesting point is that “the law reads that cyclists have to ride as far to the right as is practicable, not as far right as possible.” Read more

                    • Share the Road Plates Are Now Available!

                      Submitted by Kris Thompson on January 8th, 2008

                      The plates have arrived at your local, friendly DMV but due to high demand it has been recommended that you call first before you arrive to ensure that they still have them in stock. Want to order one or learn more about how you can get a “Share the Road plate, then check out BicycleColo.org Read more