• Three Denver trails to enjoy by bike

    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 5th, 2017

    Biking is one of the many physical activities that Colorado offers. As Denver’s streets become more crowded, the state is working to boost the number of cycling commuters. The state announced that it would commit more than $100 million in 2015 over a four year stretch to add bicycle infrastructure. If you’re in Denver with your bike, hit these trails to not only get exercise, but to see new parts of your state. Read more

    • Women’s Wednesday: Where the Sidewalk Ends – Bike Commuting with Katie Macarelli

      Submitted by Dana Willett on August 9th, 2017

      By Katie Macarelli It’s no surprise that I dislike driving my car. I loathe driving it to work. Today the plan was to drop off the car at a somewhat sketchy (but reliable) Subaru service shop for a routine oil change. It’s only about 1.5 miles from our office…but it’s along a dangerous strip ofRead More

      • Ride More, Drive Less

        Submitted by Amy on July 14th, 2017

        Running errands on your bike is fun…and you could make new friends along the way! Read more

        • Denver’s commuter corridors, including Broadway, are no longer just for cars. Will that cause strife?

          Submitted by Amy on May 12th, 2017

          If you’re among the 32,000 or so drivers who travel on Broadway south of downtown Denver each day, you still may be sore about the six-block bottleneck that since last summer has squeezed four lanes of rush-hour traffic into three. Get used to it, because we may be seeing more changes just like this. Read more

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

            Submitted by Dana Willett 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

            • How far did Denver B-cyclers ride last year?

              Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 16th, 2017

              How far did Denver B-cyclers ride last year? To the moon — three times!! From the Denver Post Riding on Denver’s red bicycles is replacing riding in cars, though total B-cycle trips dipped. Shared red bicycles increasingly are acing out cars as a preferred way to move around central Denver: a survey unveiled Tuesday foundRead More

              • Cycling through winter possible, but takes practice

                Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on January 21st, 2017

                While Colorado, with its sunny days and dry climate, is more hospitable to winter cycling than some other regions, TeBockhorst is the first to admit that winter commuting is not for everyone…. Read more

                • Boulder County Holds 2nd Annual Winter Bike Week

                  Submitted by Nicole Odell on January 14th, 2017

                  by John Fryar from the Times Call Boulder County Winter Bike Week Information about this year’s Boulder County Winter Bike Week, including events scheduled Jan. 23-27 and details about Winter Bike to Work Day on Jan. 25, is available at bit.ly/2jvKqOH. Boulder County and several of its municipalities are inviting residents to celebrate Winter Bike WeekRead More

                  • End Your Bike Commuting Woes with Convert-A-Strap

                    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on November 2nd, 2016

                    Frustrated by her inability to find an elegant commuter bag when cycling from home to work, Boulder cyclist Ann Whitehill decided to create a solution. The key to success was a revolutionary, simple and elegant strap design that allows almost any bag type to transition instantly to backpack carry. Read more