About Denver's Bicycle Program


 

The City and County of Denver is working steadily toward developing a comprehensive and connected network to accommodate bicyclists. The bike system includes shared use paths, bike lanes, sharrows or “shared lane arrows,” and signed bike routes. 

The goals of the Denver Bicycle Program are to:

  • Facilitate bicycling as a viable transportation choice;
  • Increase the amount of bicycle commuting. (According to the 2007 U.S. American Community Survey, approximately 1.6 percent of Denver’s population bicycles to work. Denver’s goal is 10 percent bicycle commute trips by 2018.)
  • Provide access to healthful recreational activities; and
  • Link major destinations with Denver neighborhoods.

 The Bicycle Program is managed primarily by Public Works and Parks and Recreation, with support from Community Planning and Development, Environmental Health, Public Helath, and Office of Economic Development.

Crosslinks

 

 

Bike Map

 Get a bike map
 - or -

 Download the bike map (7MB pdf)

 

 


Get a Bike Rack

Interested in installing a bike rack?
Find out how...

 

 


Bike Sharing

Denver's Bike Sharing program makes getting around easy. Just pick up one of the shared bikes when you need a ride. See more info...
 


Register Your Bike Online

The Denver Police Department recently created a new online bicycle registration program to assist in the recovery and return of bicycles to their owners in the event of a theft. Go to Denvergov.org/Police and click on "Register your bike" link on the right-hand side of the page.
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