Shift Your Ride This Autumn#
This September, we want you to Shift Your Ride!
Why Shift Your Ride? By making simple choices about how we move around, we can save money and save time and shift extra time and money to activities that really matter to us, like spending time with our family, clean air and crisp mountain views, or getting and staying fit. Save money by fueling up a car less often. Save time by getting exercise while you commute instead of spending free time exercising. Shift to what matters most to you.
Shifting your ride can be easy! There are many ways to get around Fort Collins without using a car, even if you have extra errands to run. We've compiled several resources on this page to help you get out of your car and actually enjoy your transportation options. Check our our Shift Your Ride website for details.
November 4th, 2021 4:00pm
Did you know that front lights are required on bicycles at night? Are you in need of a light? Stop by one of our “Light Up the Night” events to receive important cycling related information and a free light to keep you riding bright (while supplies last). Registration not required. Just stop by anytime during the event. Make sure to wear your mask and maintain 6' distance from others. Light Up the Night table will be located at the Whitewater Park on the Poudre Trail
October 26th, 2021 5:30pm at On-Line
During this online class we'll discuss traffic safety laws and responsibilities for both cyclists and motorists, shared responsibilities, and how to avoid crashes or conflicts. This class addresses: - Why sharing the road is the safest alternative for both motorists and bicyclists - What's legal and what's not legal, for both motorists and bicyclists - Common crashes and how to avoid them - Why bicyclists "take the lane" and what motorists should do in response - How to navigate bicycle related infrastructure such as: sharrows, bike boxes, and green lanes Earn a Bicycle Friendly Driver certification upon completion of the course. Zoom link will be sent to the email students use to sign up.
November 2nd, 2021 5:30pm at On-Line
Interested in riding year-round, but not sure how to prepare for the colder season? Learn tips and techniques to help you ride safely, confidently, and comfortably. Topics include what to wear, what to ride, safe winter bike handling, route selection, and winter bike maintenance.
For businesses interested in hosting a Bike to Work Day breakfast station in the future, please subscribe to our business email list (form at the top right of this page).
For more information on Winter Bike to Work Day, please contact Nick Heimann at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 970-416-2628.
For more information on bicycling class offerings, contact email@example.com or at 970-416-2471.