We are a group of citizens, cyclists and motorists working toward significantly increasing active transportation in the Grand Valley.
We seek to collaboratively engage public and private stakeholders through outreach, education and fun, in order to increase bicycle accessibility and connectivity, improve cycling infrastructure, advance bicycling and traffic safety, and encourage enforcement.
Join us for the Palisade Afterglow Party at the
Palisade Brewery. If you are coming from outside of Palisade and would
like to ride your bike to the party, but find the commute to be too long
or intimidating, join Palisade Rec at Palisade
High School for a group park and ride. We will meet riders at 5:30pm on the east end of the PHS parking lot. The group will leave no later than 5:45pm to head to the Brewery. The event will feature drink and food specials for cyclists, plus great door prizes
for riders! Don’t forget your helmet and bike lock.
Contact Sarah Brooks at 464-5602 if you have questions.
The final week of Bike Month is here! Which means Bike to Work Day is in this Wednesday!
Don't forget to bring your bike to work and ride to breakfast downtown
(City Hall), Fruita Recreation Center, Double Tree Hotel on Horizon, or
the Palisade Plaza.
Also, check out the calendar at www.healthymesacounty.org
for this week's event information; this week's events include bike
rides and Afterglows at the local breweries and downtown Fruita!
For more tips about biking to work, visit: http://www.activetrans.org/tricks-tips. Always ride your bicycle like you drive your car by obeying all traffic laws. Enjoy your daily bicycle commute!
Check out Mesa County's Bike to Work video featuring members of our community. Click here to watch.
Just a reminder of an opportunity to participate -
Thursday, June 26th from 7 - 8 p.m.
For details on how to call-in click below: Telephone Town Hall
St. Mary’s Hospital, Columbine Café
Patio, Entrance 1
Lunch kindly provided by St. Mary’s
considered switching gears and bicycling your daily commute? Does the thought
make you nervous?
will prepare you for bicycle commuting in our Grand Valley. Discussion topics
include hand signals, proper helmet fit, urban cycling rules and tips, as well
as mapping your ride from point A to point B and obstacles along the way. Enjoy
a delicious FREE lunch.
Lunch kindly provided by Crossroads
Fitness and Rocky Mountain Health Plans
basic skills to keep your wheels rolling and help you feel more confident while
commuting or biking for recreation.From
enjoying a delicious FREE lunch from McAllister’s to learning how to change
tire tubes and adjust brakes, this class will refuel and motivate you before
returning to work.