Denver Cruiser Ride launches safety campaign, tells cyclists to follow laws

Don't be a salmon, don't be a ninja, stop at red lights and carry a noisy bell. These are some of the messages behind a new bike safety campaign for the weekly Denver Cruiser Ride -- one encouraging cyclists to ride with traffic and use lights. As Cruisers founder Brad Evans summarizes: "Don't be stupid."
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