In the latest round of Bike Friendly Businesses, Community Cycles was recognized as a gold level Bike Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists. Community Cycles improved from our previous designation as a silver level business. One of 800 businesses around the country designated as bike friendly, Community Cycles is one of only nine gold level … Read More
A major focus on the Community Cyles Advocacy Committee is to monitor, comment on, and support the Boulder Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Action Plan . We encourage all Boulder cyclists to be familiar with this plan, which will guide Boulder’s annual work programs and budgeting to bring the various policies and concepts identified in the updated TMP to life.
Working with Community Cycles, the City of Boulder passed a number of ordinance changes that will help clear the way for innovative traffic treatments, including protected bike lanes and shared streets, in a win for bike advocacy efforts. “We are particularly excited about more protected bike lanes in Boulder,” said Community Cycles Director Sue Prant. … Read More
The City of Boulder, Boulder County, RTD and Colorado Department of Transportation are partnering to expand the Bus-then-Bike program in coming months. Community Cycles, a local bicycle non-profit, supports this project whole-heartedly for its new secure bike parking and expansion of bike/transit travel for area commuters. A big splash will be made at the … Read More
Community Cycles is working with the City of Boulder on the Way of the Path campaign. This campaign promote safety for all users of the multi-use path. Community Cycles staff and volunteers are at the Fa
Need fast results from the City of Boulder? Community Cycles has had excellent results reporting potholes and problem areas on the Inquire Boulder site. This is a great resource for interacting with city staff and maintenance crews. Give it a try the next time you have an issue
The Community Cycles Advocacy Committee advances the cyclists’ agenda on a daily basis, working to make Boulder a better place to walk and ride a bike. This month, as with most, that meant a lot of letters to city staff, the Transportation Advisory Board, Planning Board and City Council. We also did our fair share … Read More
Boulder County has created a new website that lists all current construction activities that can have an impact on cyclists and motorists using county roads as part of an effort to reduce potential conflicts while making travel safer on flood-damaged canyon and mountain areas in Boulder County.