Neighborhood GreenStreets are low-traffic streets where walking and biking have priority. This fall, we’ll see improvements on Grove Street (from 15th to 23rd Streets). Improvements are also in the works on 23rd Street (from Spruce Street to Arapahoe Avenue). That will mean this street can be an effective alternative to busy Folsom and Arapahoe. These … Read More
Today is an awesome day to prepare for your weekend bike ride. Watch Community Cycles staffer Bryan as he shows us what he carries in his repair kit to cover basic repairs while on the road on his bicycle.
Watch Community Cycles volunteer Hilary demonstrate these steps for a safe ride. Complete these steps whether it’s your first ride of the season or your 100th. Air: Take two fingers and gently squeeze both front and rear tires.Brakes: Squeeze both brakes and be sure they’re working.Chain: A quick visual inspection of your chain will show … Read More
Community Cycles recommendations in advance of Council retreat include City-wide 20 mph speed limits on residential streets, increased funding for transportation, and work on the Access Management and Parking Strategy (AMPS).
Over 1000 bikes a year are stolen in Boulder each year! Learn more about what you can do from this video featuring CC. Helpful tips to prevent a stolen bicycle Boulder is well-known for its biking community — unfortunately, almost 1,000 bikes are stolen in the city every year. Stolen bikes are no fun, and community members … Read More
It’s that time of year again! We have piles and piles of bikes at the shop ready to be fixed for the underserved youth of Boulder. We are stretching our limits with a goal to fix 400 bikes for the giveaway this year. We need help from the community! We desperately need your help! Everyone … Read More
It’s Walk and Bike Month! and we are offering several FREE workshops!!! Please check out our events calendar here
Dear Planning Board, Community Cycles and Open Boulder would like you to consider some minor adjustments to the language on trails in the BVCP. The fact of the matter is that the trails language in the BVCP refers to both transportation-focused infrastructure like the Boulder Creek Path and the U.S. 36 Bikeway as well as … Read More
Join us for the eight annual Winter Bike to Work Day! This year, Winter Bike Week grows the fun with activities for children and adults, and rewards for participants who ride or walk. Winter Walk and Bike Week will start Monday, Jan. 23 and run through Sunday, Jan. 29. Enjoy breakfast stations on Winter Bike to Work Day, January 25th, … Read More
We are excited to share the process of our work toward adopted Vision Zero in our community. A groundbreaking Council decision took place Tuesday night. Read all the way through to see how Community Cycles is at the table, working to make our city safer for people who ride bicycles, and for all users of our … Read More