But not everyone in this city is feeling so friendly to cyclists. See also: - Denver's five best bike-friendly cities - As Denver becomes a major bike city, can it put safety first?
This new generation of bicyclists are annoying and dangerous. With their feeble lights they should not be on the streets at night. It's just plain ignorant.
And the last thing anyone wants to deal with when they are going up the mountains is having to deal with passing them. Most of us want to experience the serenity and beauty of the mountains, not a hundred goofy people on their bikes on one of those bike tours or what ever they call them.
How do you feel about this city's cyclists? The way drivers treat cyclists? And what's the wheel deal watering hole for a cyclist?
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