Join Boulder’s 11th annual Winter Walk and Bike Week, from Monday Feb. 10 through Feb. 14. Come out for the Winter Bike to Work Day celebrations on Friday Feb. 14th with breakfast stations open from 7:00-9am including at Community Cycles! Happy Hour kick off on Thursday, Feb 6th – A free beer to first 25 attendees! Winter Commuting classes Feb 8 & 13th. Learn about other events, breakfast stations and more. Think globally, walk … 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).
Merry Christmahanakwanzika & Happy New Year! We’ll be Closed Tuesday-Friday: December 24th-December 27th AND December 30th-January 1st. Normal business hours will resume on January 2rd 2020!
Thanks to over 125 generous donors who raised more than $16,500 for Community Cycles in just one day! Your support keeps us rolling forward, getting bikes to people, getting more people on bikes, and helping keep people riding their bicycles. Our goal was to raise $10,000, and we are grateful for each and every one of you … Read More
**NEW DATE (Due to weather)** Saturday, December 21st, 2019 (10am-2pm) Originally scheduled for December 15th, the weather forecast has forced us to move the date for the first time ever. Past years have been cold, or snowy, but not both. For the safety of our volunteers, staff and bike recipient families, we have chosen to … Read More
Your contribution to Community Cycles on December 3, 2019, is part of making the world a more generous place. Giving Tuesday began in 2012, as a movement, to create a day that encourages people to do good. We all know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, days that highlight buying more than giving. Giving Tuesday is an international movement founded … Read More
Due to snow and holidays, our shop will be closed Tuesday November 26th through Monday December 2nd. We will re-open at noon on Tuesday December 3rd. Stay safe and warm until then! Inspired to ride in the snow? Here’s a fun guide to winter bike gear from one of our favorite cyclists, Ryan Van Duzer. Look forward to seeing … Read More
Coming right on the heels of the City of Boulder’s TMP, Boulder County has released a draft TMP . We love that the County adopting Vision Zero by 2035! The next opportunity for input will be when the Boulder County Commissioners take up the Boulder County Transportation Master Plan later this year. When this meeting is … Read More
As a 501c3 nonprofit, Community Cycles does not endorse candidates. We do, however, educate the public on where candidates stand on bicycle issues. In order to give all the candidates the opportunity to address bicycle issues, we sent them the following questions: Do you support adopting a 20 mph speed limit on all Boulder residential … Read More
On September 17th, Boulder City Council adopted the 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP), which included many safety improvements put forward by Community Cycles. Council also expressed support for Community Cycle’s recommendation to change to residential speed limits to 20 mph as part of a “20 is Plenty” Campaign. We encourage everyone to read the TMP — or at … Read More