Community Cycles is teaming with Boulder Valley School District to offer classes teaching students with mental disabilities how to repair bicycles. Read more here .
By Sue Prant Community Cycles has been working hard to preserve Multi-Use Path Rights-of-Way (ROW). Often these ROWs get lost in the city annexation process and without Community Cycles watchdogging this issue, they are lost forever and multi-use trail connections never get built. A recent one came up on Norwood that would allow … Read More
By Sue Prant The Boulder Transit Center redesign at 14th and Walnut is nearing completion, and thanks to lobbying efforts by Community Cycles, Boulder is getting a 140-space Bus then Bike shelter in addition to several other great upgrades. Bicyclists can apply for a FREE keycard to use the Bus then Bike shelter … Read More
By Sue Prant . Dear City Council: Community Cycles strongly supports the multi-use path (MUP) easement requirement for annexation of the property at 2350 Norwood Avenue. When eventually completed as shown on the City’s Transportation Master Plan, this short MUP will provide a non-motorized link between the residential neighborhoods to the … Read More
By Kurt Nordback Portland, Oregon is rightly famous for beer, tattooed hipsters, and bicycling. Among large metropolitan areas, Portland has by far the highest rate of people biking to work (6.1%), almost double that of the next contender. While this is well below Boulder’s bike-to-work rate (10.6%), small cities with large universities, like … Read More