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September 2018 Goal: 250 Members, 750 Rides, 5,000 Miles.
People love riding bikes.
Biking to get around is great for your health, local businesses, and the environment.
In fact, two thirds of people want to bike.
And yet, most people don't.
Denver builds most bike lanes where there are zillions of cars whizzing past. That's not where people want to ride bikes.
Bike Streets is a simple solution: A better bike map that uses low-traffic, low-speed side streets.
Bike Streets are quiet side streets that allow you to get pretty much anywhere in Denver.
In some cities, they’re called “Bike Boulevards” or “Neighborhood Bikeways.”
No matter what you call them, they're the streets where people actually want to ride bikes.
But a map by itself isn't enough. We're building a community of 1,000 monthly riders.
We get together on occasion, but mostly you ride solo or with friends. That said, we're all biking in the same direction: towards a world-class bike city.
When we have 1,000 monthly riders, we'll push the city for basic, low-cost infrastructure -- paint, signs, signals -- a far cry from the $2 billion I-70 expansion.
Together, let's make Denver a great bike city where anyone can ride a bike anywhere.