• UPDATE: 35-year-old Cyclist Dies after Collision with Car at 63rd and Jay

    Submitted by 303cycling on March 12th, 2018

    The Daily Camera printed an updated article with more information from the on site investigators late Monday night.  “Colorado State Patrol investigators say likely occurred when he turned left in front of an oncoming vehicle.” 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

        • Car hits and kills cyclist in Colorado Springs

          Submitted by 303cycling on April 8th, 2017

          From KOAA News5 A cyclist was killed Saturday afternoon after being hit by a car at Woodmen and Marksheffel, according to Colorado Springs Police. The woman was riding her bike in the westbound lanes of Woodmen when she was hit. Her husband was riding his bike with her but was uninjured. Crews from Falcon Fire DepartmentRead More

          • Cyclists are collateral damage for careless drivers

            Submitted by 303cycling on April 7th, 2017

            From the Denver Post About 10 cyclists die a year on Colorado roads By STEVE LIPSHER Perhaps this is the definition of irony: Longtime bicycle-safety advocate Alan Snel got creamed from behind by a car a couple of weeks ago and ended up in the intensive-care unit of a Florida hospital. Perhaps this is theRead More

            • 150-day sentence for man who killed 8-year-old girl on bike

              Submitted by 303cycling on April 7th, 2017

              From the Daily Camera The Longmont man who pleaded guilty to careless driving in the death of an 8-year-old girl riding her bike last May was sentenced Tuesday to 150 days in jail followed by two years of probation. Kyle Couch, now 21, was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs after Chief Boulder DistrictRead More

              • Denver Area Transit: The Post and Streetsblog publicly spar re: mobility, cars, bikes, pedestrians

                Submitted by 303cycling on March 1st, 2017

                In a recent article by the Denver Post, Mayor Hancock and the City Council’s approach to missing sidewalks, transit gaps, bikeways and pedestrian safety was reviewed. Denver’s mayor says he shares the sense of urgency expressed by pedestrian, bicycling and transit advocates who want the city to channel more money to projects aimed at helping residents getRead More

                • State patrol seeking info on hit-and-run of Boulder cyclist

                  Submitted by 303cycling on November 6th, 2016

                  11/16/16 Update from cyclist Jody LaPar: Since my hit and run case 2 weeks ago, I have learned of a friend who was run off the road the very next day on the same road (Old Stage) while on his bike. The vehicle matches the same description as the one I provided (2010 – 2014Read More

                  • US city to replace ‘share the road’ signs with ‘bikes may use full lane’

                    Submitted by 303cycling on September 8th, 2016

                    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 ones reading “Bikes May Use Full Lane.” The city believes that the move will better getRead More