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How to Bike in Colorado Without Breaking the Law

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September 3, 2014

More than ever, people are realizing just how environmentally friendly using a bicycle to get around can be, and they’re appreciating the health benefits of using a bike as their primary mode of transportation. However, as those people hop on their bikes, many do so without first learning the traffic …

Staying Safe on a Colorado Bicycle Tour

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May 21, 2014

The 20th annual Colorado Bicycle Tour will set out in the Rocky Mountains this June. The weeklong tour covers 394 miles in a loop circuit and visits six Colorado towns while cyclists make their way through some of the best scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. The Colorado Bicycle …

Are Denver Bike Lanes Getting Upgraded?

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May 1, 2014

A new bicycle project is bringing some big changes to Denver and to the city’s biking community. PeopleForBikes’ Green Lane Project seeks to help cities build better bike lanes to make cycling safer and to encourage greater use of bikes. The focus of the project is to create protected bike …

Ways to Increase Your Visibility When Riding Your Bicycle

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March 24, 2011

In August 2009, the Title 42 of the Colorado Statute has been amended to incorporate the Bicycle Safety Bill. However, every experienced Denver bicycle accident lawyer would agree that the newly enacted laws have not significantly lowered the number of bicycle accidents. Thus, many cyclists believe that the safety procedures …

RTD Strikes Again

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June 10, 2010

On Sunday June 6, 2010 a 76 year old bicycle rider was run down by an RTD bus on the 16th Street Mall.  Bicycles are normally not allowed on the mall except on Sundays and only in the bus lanes.  According to recent reports the bus driver was cited for …

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