Bicycling is an important part of the CSU and Fort Collins culture. Not only is it an efficient, low impact means of transportation, but it is fun and also makes you feel good. With relatively flat terrain and mild, year-round climate, CSU is an ideal campus to leave the car behind and use pedal-power to get around.
CSU has a variety of free bike education classes scheduled for Fall 2023, open to students and employees, including:
- Learn to Ride – Bike or Skateboard
- Smart Cycling
- Bicycle Friendly Driver
Visit our BICYCLE EDUCATION CLASSES page for more info and to register!
Recent Bicycle News
- Sylte, A. (2023, June). College of Business’ Replace a Ride program offsets 3,067 miles of driving in 6 weeks. Retrieved July 13, 2023, from SOURCE: https://biz.source.colostate.edu/replace-a-ride-challenge/
- Blumhardt, M. (2022, April 8). Update: Gov. Polis signs bill allowing bikes to roll through stop signs. Retrieved July 14, 2023, from Coloradoan: https://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2022/04/08/colorado-bill-allowing-bikes-practice-idaho-stop-nearly-law-bicycles/7244632001/
- Blumhardt, M. (2021, August 17). CSU, Fort Collins awarded more than $2 million for street improvements. Retrieved July 14, 2023, from Coloradoan: https://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2021/08/17/fort-collins-csu-awarded-more-than-2-million-state-street-grant-money/8158761002/
- Udell, E. (2020, July 2). CSU police officer to bike 400 miles for Black Lives Matter: ‘I’m in both roles’. Retrieved July 14, 2023, from Coloradoan: https://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2020/07/02/csupd-officer-bike-400-miles-charity-black-lives-matter-ride/5352824002/
- Giordano, Joe. (2020). CSU earns STARS Platinum sustainability rating for record third time. SOURCE.