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Greeley Bikes

There are approximately 85 miles of in-town bike lanes, and that's just a small part of our entire Greeley bikeway system! Dust off that old bike and hit the road or dirt. Your heart, mind and spirit will thank you.

Download the Greeley Area Bike and Pedestrian Map.

Events​

  • Family Bike Ride: East Memorial Park, East 22nd Street and Balsam Avenue

    Tuesday, July 07 | 6:00 PM

    Rides begin at 6pm. Be sure to wear appropriate clothing based on weather. Helmets are strongly encouraged. All ages are welcome. Free!

  • Cycle for Seniors

    Saturday, July 18 | 9:00 AM
    Enjoy a fun-filled summer morning along the beautiful Poudre River Trail!

    Saturday, July 18
    Poudre Learning Center
    8313 F Street, Greeley

    Registration: 9am
    Joy Ride: 10am
    Lunch, Prizes and Booths: 11:30am-2pm
    Registration Form

    Proceeds help support Senior Resource Services
    Additional information at 352-9348 or email agilpin.srs@gmail.com
  • The Moonlight Ride

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    Saturday, July 18 | 8:00 PM
    Presented by the Greeley Police Department

    Sign in at 8:00pm.  Ride begins at 8:45pm.
    Greeley Police Department, 2875 West 10th Street
    Bike ride will travel towards the west side of Greeley, to the Poudre Trail and end at the Greeley Police Department.  Food and prizes!

    Helmets and lights are required.  Minimum riding age is 12 years old.  Children in trailers are allowed.  Please follow the rules of the road.

Don't see any events above? Check out our Recreation events to see what else is going on.

Greeley's bicycle master plan

On May 5, the Greeley City Council approved the Greeley Master Bicycle Plan – The Road to Gold!  Through the help of Kaiser-Permanente, Weld County Health Department, North Colorado Medical Center, University of Northern Colorado, Bicycle Colorado, the City of Greeley, and other multiple partners, the development of the plan took place. The vision of the plan states that Greeley will be a gold level bike friendly community where bicycling is a safe, accessible, and normal form of transportation and recreation. The plan focuses on the 5-E’s of Bicycling: Engineering, Education, Enforcement, Encouragement, and Enforcement. This plan is intended to be a guiding document that will strengthen transportation choices in the years to come. The plan includes new design guidelines as well as a complete streets policy that will ensure the future streets of Greeley are for moving people efficiently regardless of the mode of travel they choose.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the creation of this important document.

Questions?
Eric Bracke, PE, PTOE, Greeley Public Works
Eric.Bracke@greeleygov.com

FileTypeSizeDownload
Bicycle Master PlanPDF4.93 MB Download
SUPPLEMENT A Design GuidelinesPDF5.95 MB Download
SUPPLEMENT B Complete StreetsPDF214.39 KB Download
APPENDIX A Public Involvement SummaryPDF430.86 KB Download
APPENDIX B Exisiting Programs and DocumentsPDF357.40 KB Download
APPENDIX C AnalysisPDF2.49 MB Download
APPENDIX D ImplementationPDF351.65 KB Download

Bike blog

See past blog posts on our Bike Blog page.

In the news

Bronze Bike Friendly CommunityBicycle Friendly Community Bronze Level Designation

In May 2013, the League of American Cyclists named City of Greeley a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community. The Bronze Level BFC award recognizes Greeley’s commitment to improving conditions for bicycling through investment in bicycling promotion, education programs, infrastructure and pro-bicycling policies.

Learn more

Additional biking tips, including resources for children, are on our bike education page.



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