• The Science of Being Seen

    Submitted by Alison Freeman on November 29th, 2018

    You’ve likely never heard of Darlene Edewaard. But if you even occasionally ride a bike on open roads with cars, she just might save your life. Edewaard is a Ph.D. candidate in the Human Factors Psychology program at South Carolina’s Clemson University and specializes in studying vision science and then applying that knowledge to transportation safety. Read more

    • News from the Longmont Traffic Safety Fund

      Submitted by 303cycling on May 30th, 2018

      Riding season is upon us for even the fair-weathered riders! Feeling a little rusty with your biking skills? Bike looking a little dusty? Through the City of Longmont’s Traffic Safety Fund, a variety of classes are offered through Recreation to increase YOUR safety on the bike. Read more

      • Lumos Helmet available in Apple Stores

        Submitted by 303cycling on May 7th, 2018

        In 2016, we posted this product review on the brand new Lumos ‘Smart Helmet’, original posting here.  With it’s LED lights and directional arrows that allow for easier viability in the dark, it was a much needed addition to the helmet options on the market. May is Bike Month, and with this in mind, AppleRead More

        • Things in the Bike Lane campaign launches in Denver

          Submitted by 303cycling on March 29th, 2018

          Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver, in a joint effort to raise public awareness about regular safety issues within bike lanes in Denver, have launched the Things in the Bike Lane campaign. Read more

          • TRAINING IN A SEEMINGLY MORE HOSTILE AND DANGEROUS WORLD

            Submitted by 303cycling on March 15th, 2018

            Another day, another report of a local cyclist being harassed, run off the road, injured, or even killed. This has become a new normal, and while the politics behind the issue rage on, athletes are unfortunately having to adjust to the current conditions. From professional endurance athletes that are putting their safety on the line everyday, to potential new athletes that are choosing not to get into the sport because of the “safety issue,” this is too big to ignore.  Read more

            • Bike Safety Meet & Greet

              Submitted by 303cycling on March 7th, 2018

              Boulder   Please join us on Thursday, March 15th 6PM-9PM at the Tune Up (@ Full Cycle) on Pearl street, for an informal Q & A, Meet & Greet, and Information Sharing Session. City and County Officials, Community Cycles and C4C Board Members will be available to answer questions and discuss our next steps on Vision Zero and other bicycle safetyRead More

              • Holiday Gift Guide: OTTOLock

                Submitted by 303cycling on December 20th, 2017

                Five shopping days and counting. Here’s another great holiday gift idea that will fit in a stocking.  Read more

                • PedalingMinds, BVSD Youth Bike Safety and Education Fundraiser

                  Submitted by 303cycling on July 20th, 2017

                  Pedaling Minds and BVSD Want Your Kids to Learn About Bike Safety!  Cyclists 4 Community is holding a Kids’ Bike Safety Event and Bike Education Fundraiser sponsored by Wolfe Chiropractic, hosted by Full Cycle. Read more

                  • Blinky Bike Lights Make Me Look Cool

                    Submitted by 303cycling on July 18th, 2017

                    By Alison Freeman I often explain that I have a low-grade fear of cycling the same way that some people have a low-grade fear of flying. Now, if you have a fear of flying you can potentially pop a Xanax or just down a few glasses of Pinot before boarding and you’re good to go.Read More

                    • Drunken driver who killed Boulder cyclist in hit-and-run sentenced to 12 years

                      Submitted by 303cycling on May 30th, 2017

                      UPDATE: Drunk driver’s father says cyclist should take responsibility From the Times-Call: (Callie Kuhasz’s) father, Chris Kuhasz, said that his daughter had been painted as an “evil villain” by the media, which had “sensationalized” the entire incident. He added that he used to ride a bicycle but stopped riding on the open road at theRead More