Did you know Denver has more than 850 miles of paved off-road trails available to cyclists? This essentially means you don't need to drive a car, ever. What's better is that within our great city, Denver officials have declared certain roadways to be bike friendly -- you'll notice the bikes painted on the ground in these areas. Tie all of this together, and you'll basically never need a car (just ask me.)
Can you guess where I'm biking near this structure that houses all of our lawmakers responsible for passing bike friendly laws?
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