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Bike to Work Day 2020
Every June, Colorado celebrates Bike Month and here in Fort Collins, we love anything that highlights and promotes people who ride bicycles. During 2020, we see now more than ever the benefit of bicycling.
While Fort Collins typically hosts Bike to Work Day in June, 2020's event will be postponed until September and may look and feel different than the event we know and love. Check back for details.
May-September: National Bike Challenge
From May through September, Love to Ride is hosting the 2020 edition of the National Bike Challenge. Bicycling is a great form of exercise and transportation. Sign up now and spread the word! The National Bike Challenge is a great place to track you mileage, start some friendly competition between friends, neighbors, and colleagues, plus you have a chance to win prizes.
Participating is easy! Visit Love to Ride's National Bike Challenge website, sign up and provide some basic details on where you live or work. Once your profile is set up, look to connect with colleagues by creating a Workplace Team, or simply see how your mileage stacks up against other Fort Collins community members or how Colorado is fairing against other states.
Resources to Get You Riding
Whether you're riding for exercise, to the grocery store, library, neighborhood park, or just getting some fresh air in our beautiful city, get out there and ride! If the trails become crowded, consider using one of many low-stress on-street bikeways. Learn more about on-street bikeways here.
If you're interested in riding more, but have questions or concerns, let us help you. Check out our online resources or YmljeWNsaW5nQGZjZ292LmNvbQ== to help you choose routes, tips for safe and legal cycling, clothing ideas, or how to efficiently use your bike for multiple errands.
For families, we also have online resources from our Safe Routes to School program available here. We have resources for all school ages, including elementary, middle school, and high school aged youth.