Bicycle safety and education, encouragement, equity—and advocacy have been the cornerstones of what we do for over 15 years.
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BIKE FORT COLLINS PUTS PAINT TO PAVEMENT
Bike Fort Collins is leading an initiative to bring the first Painted Pavement (or Creative Streets) project to a Fort Collins intersection in an effort to not only build community and improve aesthetics, but most importantly, make it more safe for cyclists and pedestrians. We have selected the intersection of Canyon Ave, Sherwood St. and Magnolia St. as our first focus, as it is an important artery in the town’s bicycle infrastructure and because the nature of the 5-point intersection creates confusing navigation for cyclists and motorists alike.
Community Input Needed on Regional Active Transportation Plan
Did you know that Northern Colorado has a regional active transportation plan?
Many may not realize it, but we do. And, in fact, it is in the process of being updated for the third time. The most recent version, the Non-Motorized Plan from 2016, is currently being updated to serve as a guide for active transportation planning within the region going forward. The project is in the public input/outreach phase and is seeking community input.
Safe Routes to School Video Series Created for Reference During Remote Learning
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, Bike Fort Collins has not been able to deliver Safe Routes to School programming as it traditionally would. In response to this, Bike Fort Collins and the City of Fort Collins pivoted the programming model and have developed a series of videos featuring many of the topics that are typically taught as part of the Fort Collins Safe Routes to School curriculum. We encourage students and parents to reference these while the school district is in “remote learning.”
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
Bike Fort Collins’ flagship program, we are very proud to have started this great education initiative with the City of Fort Collins back in 2012 benefiting the next generation of cyclists. Each semester, Bike Fort Collins is proud to deliver all associated instruction to K-12 city schools within Poudre School District.
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE
RULES OF THE ROAD?
Test your knowledge of bike laws and bicycle etiquette with this quick and fun quiz. Careful, a few can be tricky.