On Thursday morning, January 23, support cycling, meet lawmakers and other passionate cyclists at the State Capitol from 8 to 10 a.m. Bicycle Colorado is providing this opportunity. Read more
In effect since 2009, Colorado law requires drivers to give cyclists at least 3 feet of space when passing.
Megan discusses this important traffic safety law and offers advice on what a motorist should do if it’s not possible to give 3 feet when passing. Read more
A photo of this caution sign recently showed up on Facebook with the question, “If you want to caution safety, put it on everyone. Not one particular group of hobbyists. Why no RV sign? Why no motorcycle decibel warning sign?Read More
Sneak Peak: Safe Cycling Video coming this week from @cyclist_lawyer #ridesafe #drivesafe https://www.instagram.com/p/Bdi6Z97lVw6/
On August 9, 2017, the Colorado law that regulates the operation of bicycles in our State changed again based on the advent of electrical assisted bicycles or “e-bikes.” E-bikes have gained in popularity over the years and there has been a push by the bike industry and People for Bikes to have uniform legislation nationwide so it will be easier to know where to ride each type of e-bikes. Read more
Signs treat cyclists ‘less like potential hazards and more like the legal road users that they are’ From Road CC The US city of Columbus, Ohio is to phase out yellow “Share the Road” signs in favour of white onesRead More
While riding north today on 75th Street in Hygiene a fellow cyclist approached, telling me about an incident recently on Rabbit Mountain. She said she had been openly taunted and harassed by a man in a pickup truck, and fearedRead More