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From instilling smart fundamentals in our children to promoting celebrations of our cycling community like the Tour de Fat, Bike Fort Collins advocates for and provides leadership within our cycling community.
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About Bike Fort Collins

Your advocates for safe and enjoyable bicycling in Fort Collins, CO. Since 2005, our dedicated bicycling enthusiasts have banded together to work for better support and more educational programming.

Putting our tires to the pavement

Bike Fort Collins, or BFC, works to make cycling safe and enjoyable on the streets, paths, and trails of Fort Collins, CO. In 2013, Fort Collins earned a platinum rating as a cycling community from the League of American Bicyclists, and often rates as one of the best places to live and ride in the country. Our programming encompasses wide-ranging aspects of bicycling. From instilling smart fundamentals in our children to promoting celebrations of our cycling community like the Tour de Fat, Bike Fort Collins advocates for and provides leadership within our cycling community.

We are at the hub of a vibrant community

As a non-profit organization, Bike Fort Collins collaborates closely with The Bicycle Pedestrian Education Coalition, City of Fort Collins’ FCBikes, private agencies, local business, and other non-profit organization. BFCs provides volunteers with great experiences and opportunities to improve their community. Our projects are colorful and varied, we look forward to continuing to serve the Fort Collins community.

“We are a small and organic non-profit organization made up of real cyclists.
We want to share our passion for safe cycling.”
—Jeff Morrell

Mission of Bike Fort Collins

Bike Fort Collins is a local non profit bicycle advocacy group which encourages safe and enjoyable cycling. Led by involved and dedicated cyclists, our goal is to encourage an enthusiastic bicycling community through FUNdamental programs that educate, engage and thus enable cyclists of all ages and abilities. Some of the BFC projects include the FC Bike Library, Safe Routes to School, the Vintage Bicycle Museum Without Walls and the Community Cycling School.

Bike Fort Collins is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making Fort Collins a better place to ride a bicycle.



November 2014

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October 26, 2014 12:00 am

Join us for again for Bike Fort Collins FUNdraiser of extraordinary proportions....Bikes n' Ales!

Pick up a Bike Fort Collins pint glass, tokens and ride to some of Fort Collins' finest establishments on Friday October 24th, Saturday 25th or Sunday 26th.


The $20 fee will get you a sweet BFC pint glass and 3 tokens (4 if you register before 10/23) for beer to be used at different Fort Collins establishments.

Glass pick up will be at Black Bottle Brewing on Friday (10/24) from 4-7 pm and on Saturday (10/25) at from 2-7pm.

Costumes are not mandatory but are HIGHLY encouraged, we are in Fort Collins after all!!

Featuring Black Bottle Brewery, 1933 Brewing Company, Horse & Dragon Brewing Company, Cranknstein and Pateros Creek Brewing Company.

A Map of the Locations:

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Category: GeneralRAT Ride (Ride Around Town)


November 15, 2014 3:00 pm

Join BFC for a Ride Around Town! RAT Rides explore a different bike route each month and the group meets afterward for drinks and to discuss their observations from the route.

The route will be updated the Thursday before the ride.

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Hey, this is kinda like our You Know Me photos! ...

Studies have shown that people who know cyclists are more considerate when driving around cyclists. This video aims to inspire that kind of empathy.

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Just a reminder that our November RAT ride is scheduled for this Saturday November 22. And the weather forecast looks pretty decent compared to last week. See you at Crankenstein at 1:00 PM. For this ride we'll go the length of Laurel (the top priority collector street project from the 2014 Bicycle Master Plan) and Mountain (the top priority arterial street project from that Plan). We'll use Loomis (top priority collector street project for 2015 from the Bicycle Master Plan) to ride between the two. The feedback we collect on these Corridors will go to FC Bikes and apply to these very timely projects. After the ride we'll RAT hole at Crankenstein to collect our thoughts and warm up. If you know of other riders who would be interested in joining us, please forward this message on to them. ...

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