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Learn about the Bike Streets Plan.

Read: Denver Post. Listen: Colorado Public Radio.


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Get the Bike Streets Map.

On your phone, press the full screen icon on the map below.


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Track your rides in our online club, help us hit our club goals, and win prizes.

September 2018 Goal: 250 Members, 750 Rides, 5,000 Miles.


The Bike Streets Plan

People love riding bikes. 

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Biking to get around is great for your health, local businesses, and the environment.

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In fact, two thirds of people want to bike.

And yet, most people don't. 

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Why? It's scary.

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Denver builds most bike lanes where there are zillions of cars whizzing past. That's not where people want to ride bikes.

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Bike Streets is a simple solution: A better bike map that uses low-traffic, low-speed side streets.

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Bike Streets are quiet side streets that allow you to get pretty much anywhere in Denver. 

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In some cities, they’re called “Bike Boulevards” or “Neighborhood Bikeways.”

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No matter what you call them, they're the streets where people actually want to ride bikes.

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But a map by itself isn't enough. We're building a community of 1,000 monthly riders. 

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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.

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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.

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Together, let's make Denver a great bike city where anyone can ride a bike anywhere.

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