Help Make Colorado Springs A Better Place To Ride a Bike

Ride your bike! Have fun! But remember, better, safer bicycling infrastructure needs your active support to make things happen. Check out the many great resources listed below. Signup for our newsletter, signup to become an ambassador, or become a Bike Colorado Springs member to stay informed and advocate for a more bike friendly environment in the Pikes Peak Region.

There are many ways to become a bike advocate and we will provide specific activities and actions that will help support our mission. Those public agencies need you vocal support.

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There are many ways that you can help the Pikes Peak region become a safer and better place to ride a bike. Take a looks at the resources below and feel free to reach out to learn about more ways to help.


The Bicycle Master Plan has established a vision and roadmap for how Colorado Springs can provide a level of programming and bike infrastructure across the entire city that accommodates the range of users who want and need to bicycle around our great city.

Bike Masterplan Page


Do you want to help people navigate our city? There is a wealth of information and data out there about bicycle infrastructure in our city. we need your help getting that data in the right places to help citizens and visitors navigate our city as well as getting the recognition that our city deserves.

Mapping Page

Below are some organizations and how you can become involved in the ongoing process to promote safer, and easier access for people who bicycle.

Local Organizations

Established in 1987, the Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) is committed to preserving open space and parks and creating a network of trails, bikeways and greenways for the Pikes Peak Region. Bike Colorado Springs financially sponsored by TOSC Read more about our structure on our About Us Page

Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates’ mission is a simple one: Maintain and expand trail access for mountain bikers and all trail users in the Pikes Peak region. Established in 1990, Medicine Wheel has built over 12 miles of new trail and works closely with the Colorado Springs Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services to design, build and maintain trails on the City’s parks and open spaces.

State Organizations

Bicycle Colorado uses the tools of education and advocacy to make Colorado one of the most bicycle-friendly states. We encourage and promote bicycling, increase safety, improve conditions and provide a voice for people who ride bicycles in Colorado.

National Organizations

For generations past and to come, THE LEAGUE represents bicyclists in the movement to create
 safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle- friendly America. Through information, advocacy and promotion, we work to celebrate and preserve the freedom cycling brings to our members everywhere..

The Alliance for Biking & Walking creates, strengthens, and unites state and local bicycling and walking advocacy organizations. We give advocates tools to win campaigns that transform communities into great places to bike and walk.

Our network is strong and broad: we are a coalition of over 200 groups throughout North America.

Today, more and more North Americans want to live, work, and play in neighborhoods where it’s easy and safe to walk and bike.

But strong communities with safe biking and walking options don’t build themselves – they are the direct result of concerted efforts to improve streetscapes for people. The Alliance supports the people who make that change happen. We provide essential resources, coaching, campaign support, and funding to thousands of leaders at state and local advocacy organizations.

This work translates into victories that add up to create bicycle friendly and walk friendly communities: safe walking routes around schools, innovative bicycle infrastructure like protected bike lanes, multi-use paths, and greater funding for walking and bicycling improvements.

People for Bikes

People for Bikes provides a unified front for advocating for bicycling on a national level, a strategic center to ensure collaboration between each piece in the bicycling movement, and the ability to support local efforts through our financial, community and communication resources.

Since 1988, the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trail work participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions.

Project for Public Spaces (PPS) is a nonprofit planning, design and educational organization dedicated to helping people create and sustain public spaces that build stronger communities. Our pioneering Placemaking approach helps citizens transform their public spaces into vital places that highlight local assets, spur rejuvenation and serve common needs.


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