The Community Cycles Advocacy Committee speaks for people who ride bicycles in Boulder County, working with local, state and federal agencies, local businesses, and neighborhoods organizations. Our goal is to improve our community’s access to bike parking, transit, bicycle paths and lanes, and bike trails.
We are at the table to advance bicycling in local and regional planning processes, advocating for new construction that is bicycle-friendly, and working to re-envision existing roads, schools, workplaces and shopping centers to increase cyclists’ safety.
We report on the state of bicycling in our area. Our annual report includes feedback from our annual survey of local cyclists and brings attention to ways to improve safety and efficiency for people who ride bicycles. Annually, we survey bike lanes to help maintenance crews focus their efforts on the most critical issues.
We encourage businesses to be bicycle-friendly and to see the value of cyclists as a customer base. We recognize and honor bike-friendly businesses and we have estimated the value of cycling to Boulder’s economy.
We volunteer in the community by attending meetings, riding lanes, writing letters, staffing events, and more. Plus we have fun! To learn more about becoming part of our Advocacy Committee, please visit this page.
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Sign up for our Daily Digest of breaking transportation issues and bicycle news pulled from local media. Go to Google groups, search for Community Cycles News and click to join the group.