We like to periodically recognize a stellar volunteer. Jennifer is one of them! “I first discovered Community Cycles when I was in need of a bike. I built a beautiful small bicycle a few years ago. I loved my bike, but because I have residuals from several previous injuries, I could not maintain my balance … Read More
Join Boulder’s 11th annual Winter Walk and Bike Week, from Monday Feb. 10 through Friday, Feb. 14. Come out for the Winter Bike to Work Day celebrations on Friday Feb. 14th with breakfast stations open from 7:00-9:00am including at Community Cycles! Check out the map and plan your route . Commit to ride and let’s keep Boulder at the top of the world map. You do … Read More
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Join Boulder’s 11th annual Winter Walk and Bike Week, from Monday Feb. 10 through Friday, Feb. 14. Come out for the Winter Bike to Work Day celebrations on Friday Feb. 14th with breakfast stations open from 7:00-9:00am including at Community Cycles! Check out the map and plan your route . Commit to ride and let’s keep Boulder at the top of the world map. Happy Hour kick off on Thursday, … Read More
If you believe Colorado should put drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrian safety ahead of operating a device while driving, we urge you to support this bill and sign the petition. Senate Bill SB20-065 will Limit Mobile Electronic Devices While Driving. Please sign the petition . We were so close last year to getting this passed, lets keep … Read More
On February 10th, 6pm, Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) is hosting a public hearing about the 19th Street Multimodal Improvement Project. The board will consider a staff recommendation on the project’s community and environmental assessment process. From the Project Website: Background: 19th Street from Norwood to Sumac avenues is an important multimodal travel corridor in north Boulder. Currently, there … Read More
Dear County Commissioners, We write with respect to the proposal to expand private motor vehicle parking capacity at Eldora Mountain Resort. Because the proposal does not meet the standards for special review, and because it would contravene Boulder County’s clear climate commitments, we urge that you deny the proposed expansion. Should you choose to conditionally … Read More
The Transportation Advisory Board advises the City of Boulder on community transportation issues. There are 2 openings this year, so here’s your chance to contribute. Recruitment is open through Friday, February 14, 5 p.m. For more information from a CC perspective, message us. Info: https://bouldercolorado.gov/b…/transportation-advisory-board Apply: https://bouldercolorado.gov/boards-commi…/boards-commissions
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!