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.
Jan 13-16 Edgewater Brewery benefit for The Riverfront Trail
Join us for a fundraising event January 13-16
Edgewater Brewery will graciously host a
fundraiser for the Riverfront Trails Project January 13th through the
16th from 11:00am to 9:00pm with $2 bottle beer specials (Lands End Amber
and Standing Wave Pale Ale). The Riverfront Project will receive $1 for every
bottle of these two beers sold during the 13th through the 16th!
The Riverfront Commission and Foundation have
benefitted from great community support and continues to work towards their vision of
a trail from the Garfield/Mesa County line to the Utah state line. To date,
there is more than 20 miles of public, multi-use trails linking over 300 acres
of park areas. The work goes on and the expenses continue. Please ensure the
progress of trail construction and maintenance by joining us with friends and
family at the Edgewater Brewery for this fundraising event.
Order a bottle of Lands End Amber or Standing Wave Pale Ale
$1 from every bottle purchased goes to the Riverfront Project