Where: Bikes are a big part of mountain town life in winter or summer. Senior editor Natasha Gardner snapped this shot of a rusted two-wheeler in downtown Durango.
June 15 2015, 8:30 AM
On the bridge at Larimer Street above Cherry Creek, Auraria City and Denver City residents became unified at a moonlight ceremony in 1860. And look! A B-cycle station. How convenient.
1.2 miles Show off how cultural this one-time cow town has become by cruising past Mark di...
May 29 2015, 11:16 AM
It seems there’s no stopping Denver’s evolution into a strong bicycle community and bike-friendly city. With benefits like less-congested roads, cleaner air, and more exercise, we’re not complaining. This summer is the perfect time to commit to pedaling, but here are some things to know first....
June 11 2014, 2:00 PM
Why we love it: This close-to-Denver state park routinely has nesting bald eagles, and you can view their twiggy home from afar via a boardwalk (about 1.3 miles from the Nature Center). Make sure to bring binoculars, though, if you hope to catch a glimpse of a white-feathered head.
April 29 2014, 9:00 AM
While many of us were biting our nails watching the Broncos last Sunday, there was a different sort of high-stakes competition at Boulder's Valmont Bike Park where the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships were wrapping up. Cyclo-cross is bike racing, yes, but it is held on grueling, multi...
January 16 2014, 8:30 AM
Yoga, farm-fresh ingredients, craft beer, and morning bike rides—all for good causes. Here's what's going on in the community this week.Hike: Join the Sierra Club on September 14 for a benefit hike at Roxborough State Park in support of the preservation of Colorado’s wilderness...
September 9 2013, 9:45 AM
Why we love it: It's the new kid with a hundred-foot waterfall, granite cliffs, and lush meadows filled with wildflowers.
When to go: Whenever you need a daytrip (it's just 40 miles from downtown Denver).
In our June issue, we told you about Colorado's new baby: For the...
August 22 2013, 10:20 AM
Why we love it: It is smack dab in the middle of Denver, but doesn't have the heavy traffic of the Cherry Creek Trail.
When to go: Because much of the trail is shaded, you can venture out all day. We like to hop on the path in Aurora (corner of East Exposition Avenue and...
May 15 2012, 11:51 AM