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Bicycle Ambassador Program

promoting safe cycling in northern Colorado


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Latest News from BAP

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Introducing people to bike riding (without ruining their day)

12th March 2014 by admin

If you’re reading this, chances are you already love biking. You have fond memories of weaving through trees, finding serenity in the blur of asphalt passing beneath your wheels, and enjoying a soundtrack made up entirely of your own heartbeat and the hum of rotating tires. And there’s probably someone out there who you wish felt just like you do about riding bikes.

Go ahead and make a convert out of them. But before you do, read this quick and dirty list of do’s and don’ts for sharing the bicycling love: Read more…

Safe cycling: Your input can help Fort Collins become a world-class bicycle-friendly community

25th February 2014 by admin

Fort Collins is a national leader in all things bike — a place where residents and visitors enjoy world-class cycling events, mountain biking trails, a strong bike culture and extensive in-town bicycle routes.

More and more people are choosing to bicycle every year in Fort Collins; and today, Fort Collins boasts the sixth-highest percentage of bicycle commuters of any city in the United States. Read more…

Barber-Campbell: Cyclists safer when they ride with a sense of entitlement

10th February 2014 by admin

On March 15, 2010, then-U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood announced a major policy revision for the Department of Transportation, or DOT: Walkers and bicyclists must be considered equal with cars and trucks in all matters related to transportation.

“This is the end of favoring motorized transportation at the expense of nonmotorized,” LaHood said. Read more…