Denver Bike to Work Day: Photos from Around the City

Eric and Jaquita Hurst took their son Jasper to the festivities at Civic Center. Photo: Andy Bosselman
Eric and Jaquita Hurst took their son Jasper to the festivities at Civic Center. Photo: Andy Bosselman
Jasper Hurst got a ride to Bike to Work Day from his mom, Jaquita Hurst.
Jasper Hurst got a ride to Bike to Work Day from his mom, Jaquita Hurst. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Denver Housing Authority Station, 11th Avenue & Osage Street

Christina Contreras arrives at the Denver Housing Authority station at 11th Avenue and Osage Street.
Christina Contreras arrives at the Denver Housing Authority station. Photo: Andy Bosselman
Carrie Bonamo, of the Denver Housing Authority, welcomes Jonathan Baker, a schoolteacher who was on his way to a summer program.
Carrie Bonamo, of the Denver Housing Authority, welcomes Jonathan Baker, a schoolteacher who was on his way to a summer program. Photo: Andy Bosselman
Matthew Michalak stopped for a burrito and to talked to Greg Hoenig of Denver B-Cycle. Michalak was on his way to work at the Central Library.
Matthew Michalak stopped for a burrito and to talked to Greg Hoenig of Denver B-Cycle. Michalak was on his way to work at the Central Library. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Civic Center

Jenna Griffin stopped at a repair station. "I got a flat on my way in. I'm cursed, the same thing happened last year." Mark Velat of CampusCycles fixed her tire.
Jenna Griffin stopped at a repair station. “I got a flat on my way in. I’m cursed, the same thing happened last year.” Mark Velat of CampusCycles fixed her tire.

Larimer Square

A cyclist waits to cross the street in a bike lane near Larimer Square. Photo: Rob Toftness
A cyclist waits to cross the street in a bike lane near Larimer Square. Photo: Rob Toftness

Downtown


Cherry Creek Trail

Jonny Pucci painted a mural of Major Taylor, the first black world champion cyclist . (More on the mural in tomorrow's Streetsblog)
Jonny Pucci painting a mural of Major Taylor, the first black world champion cyclist. (More on the mural tomorrow on Streetsblog.) Photo: Andy Bosselman

Denver Bicycle Cafe

Cyclists pass by the Denver Bicycle Cafe station. Photo: DRCOG.
Cyclists pass by the Denver Bicycle Cafe station. Photo: DRCOG

R.E.I. Confluence Park

Photo: DRCOG
Photo: DRCOG

Bicycles line a fence near the R.E.I. station on the Platte River Trail. Photo: Loren Hansen
Bicycles line a fence near the R.E.I. station on the Platte River Trail. Photo: Loren Hansen

Auraria Campus


Stapleton

Photo: DRCOG
Photo: DRCOG

Other photos

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Photo: DRCOG


Streetsblog thanks Rob Toftness, Loren Hansen and the Denver Regional Council on Governments for contributing photos, and everyone who tweeted about the event. 


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