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BIKING

Department of Transportation & infrastructure (DOTI) is continuing to make improvements to the bicycling infrastructure in Denver and employees are taking notice. Some city buildings have secure bike parking and lockers, and some facilities have showers! It may be time to ditch the ride and pedal yourself to that next meeting or even make it your daily commute.

Getting Started

Ride Your Own Bike

If you have your own bike, you'll find the city offers its employees monitored bike parking and secure bike lockers (more on that in a minute). You will also find bike repair stations at some locations, and more along your route.

The Denver Bike Map was updated in 2017 — which includes the most recent projects and those currently underway, as well as helpful tips for using enhanced bikeways, taking your bike on transit, and staying safe on our streets and trails. 

The online map is available; printed copies are available for free at Denver recreation centers, city council offices, and bike shops. Get a bike map today and get riding!

Park Your Own Bike

Employee Parking and Transportation has bicycle parking. All downtown city office buildings have bicycle U-racks located around the perimeter of the buildings and inside several of the parking garages. Bicycles are not permitted inside city buildings and offices. Assigned bicycle locker parking may also be available at most building locations for a fee of $3 a month. Please contact Parking & Mobility Services for more information regarding secure bike lockers.

Some city facilities have locker rooms available.

Webb Building

Employees may sign up for limited use to the Denver Employee Fitness Center at the Webb Building. The cost is $10 per month, and only grants access to the lockers and locker room. This pass is not transferable to any other location. Visit the Denver Employee Fitness Center for more information.

Not Quite Ready?

Consider pairing biking with taking transit. The city has a subsidized RTD pass program for employees in limited or unlimited positions. A monthly RTD pass—which includes free bus and light rail rides (including to Denver International Airport)—can be acquired at a cost of $10 in pre-tax monthly deductions. See how you can take your bike with you on the bus in the video below.