The latest on the Intersection at Broadway and Grandview

Alexey DaviesAccomplishments, Advocacy, News

Community Cycles, with your help, has long opposed the intersection proposed at Broadway and Grandview.  We got Toole Design, an engineering firm with expertise in bike/ped safety, to look at this intersection and suggest the safest design.  CU promised to incorporated many of the recommendations and Community Cycles is following up on those promises.  Brad Mueller, director of Planning and … Read More

A Grandview Update

comcyc777Accomplishments, Advocacy, News

Advocacy work does not usually result in quick wins.   In our last blog on Grandview, we declared a victory for getting CU to hire Toole Design – an engineering firm with expertise in bike/ped safety – to look at the Broadway/Grandview intersection and suggest the safest design.  We still haven’t seen the exact scope of the work other than Toole … Read More

Access to the CU Conference Center access via Grandview would be Dangerous

BikeNonProfitAdvocacy, News

Dear Members of the Transportation Advisory and Planning Boards and City and CU Staff: As you know, CU has long been planning a conference center/hotel at the northeast corner of Broadway and University. The Community Cycles Advocacy Committee would like to draw your attention to a major safety issue with the design as it currently stands. As shown in the attached figure, … Read More

Advancing Cycling in 2022: A Letter from Our Executive Director

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Sue Prant

Hello, Friends of Community Cycles – 2022 was an exciting year where Community Cycles was able to fully embrace and expand our programs for you in advocacy, access, education and sustainability after 3 long years of managing COVID restrictions. Take a look at some of our 2022 achievements: We Advocate for Safer Commuting Infrastructure:  The Community Cycles Advocacy Committee continued … Read More

Community Cycles Successfully Lobbies for Additional Safe Street Standards

comcyc777Accomplishments, Advocacy, News

Community Cycles has been lobbying for a rewrite of the city of Boulder’s Design Construction Standards (DCS) since 2015. The DCS sets the standards for roadway and driveways (think sidewalks widths, turning radii) for public and private roads, driveways and intersections. This applies not just to public roads, but also for all new commercial and residential development in the city. It’s Time For an Updated Model The current DCS is … Read More

Colorado Gives Day is December 6th 2022


Looking back on the year, we had a moment of pride reflecting on all that Community Cycles has done in 2022. With the annual Colorado Gives Day on December 6th, our goal is to raise $30,000 to keep our programs running in 2023. Donate today to support Community Cycles today and into the future. What our service to our community … Read More

Double your Donation – Help us meet our Match

comcyc777News, Uncategorized

We’ve received a $6000 matching gift that will double your donation. This year we’re asking you to support our Advocacy efforts, including: Fighting a proposed dangerous entrance/exit to the new CU Conference Center at Grandview Avenue.  A thousand more vehicles a day will cross the flagship Broadway bike path. The intersection is unsignalized, on a hill, and has limited sight … Read More

SAVE VISION ZERO Stop CU and Limelight/ Aspen Skiing Company from building a deadly intersection across the Broadway Bike path

BikeNonProfitAdvocacy, News

We hope you have signed the petition asking CU and Limelight/ Aspen Skiing Company not to build a deadly crossing of the Broadway bike path at Grandview. Community Cycles has been working tirelessly on this issue. We have been meeting with city staff, CU staff, City Council members, CDOT, lawyers, professional traffic engineers and planners, the Transportation Advisory Board and Planning … Read More