There are approximately 85 miles of in-town bike lanes—and that's just a small part of our entire Greeley bikeway system!
The City of Greeley has made great strides in the past few years in providing more on-street bike lanes and routes that connect popular destinations—government buildings, UNC, downtown, parks and trail connections. Dust off that old bike and hit the road or dirt. Your heart, mind and spirit will thank you.
We are developing a Bicycle Master Plan which aims to improve bicycling in
Greeley for everyone. For information, visit
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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.
"Over the past few years, the Department of Public Works has made great strides in providing more infrastructure for biking, such as road diets and bike lanes, as well as providing more educational opportunities, such as www.greeleybikes.com to encourage folks to start riding."
"In the next few years, our hope is to increase our efforts and achieve an even higher rating from the League”, said Eric Bracke, City Traffic Engineer.
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