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Your Guide to Low-Stress Bicycling#

Remington bikeway wayfinding sign

Bicycling is a great form of transportation, recreation, and exercise.  We encourage you to explore on-street bike routes that connect you to the places you want to go. Fort Collins is a Platinum-rated Bicycle Friendly Community and maintains more than 200 miles of dedicated bike lanes and 50 miles of marked or signed bike routes. There are ample opportunities for you to walk and bike along comfortable low-stress streets close to home. 

Check out our bike map here

Take the Bikeway Bingo Challenge!#

bikeway bingo card

Looking for a fun activity? Explore and learn about Fort Collins’ family-friendly bikeways, parks, natural areas, neighborhoods, and public art using a series of five Fort Collins Bikeway Bingo Challenges. Complete all 5 and you’ll be able to expertly navigate Fort Collins’ extensive bikeway network! For tips, route maps, and bicycling resources before your roll, check out the rest of our website.

Except for the "Signed Bikeways" Bingo Challenge, each Bingo Theme linked below features five randomized cards - try them with your friends and family! #BikewayBingo

Resources to get you rolling#

Adult Education Resources#

For many of us, bicycling is an essential form of transportation and recreation. Here are some educational resources you can access from home to help you keep riding smoothly and safely. 

Learn from Home Resources

Need a Bike Buddy?#

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Are you looking for help learning the ins and outs of bicycle commuting? Whatever your situation, a Bike Buddy can help get you bicycling to work, school or wherever you’re heading.

The program matches you with a trained Bicycle Ambassador who can help with:

  • Selecting a comfortable route
  • Riding safely in traffic
  • Fixing a flat
  • Choosing gear for your commute
  • Riding in inclement weather
  • Taking your bike on the bus (bike-n-ride)
  • Other tips and techniques

Click here to register

Safe Routes Resources#

In response to school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, Safe Routes to School is developing resources for use by teachers and students during this period of remote learning. We will target all of the schools scheduled to receive in-school programming this spring semester. At some point, we may also share resources with additional schools.

Learn from Home Resources

Educational Videos#