Denver B-Cycle is the city's bike-sharing program and an excellent way to access many Denver sights. Simply check out a bike at any B-Cycle station and return it to any other station. You could start... Read More
Denver B-Cycle is the city's bike-sharing program and an excellent way to access many Denver sights. Simply check out a bike at any B-Cycle station and return it to any other station. You could start at the Cherry Creek Bike Path, a paved trail that begins where Denver was founded and runs along Cherry Creek for 40 miles. Another option: The Greenway Trail, which follows the South Platte River for almost 30 miles; 20 historic markers along the trail help tell the story of the area. The Platte River Bike Path, part of the Greenway Trail, connects the LoDo and RiNo neighborhoods. There are stations near the Denver Art Museum, History Colorado Center, Cherry Creek Mall and Denver Botanic Gardens, among others.
- Outdoor Activities: "B-Cycles are rented in 30-minute increments; if you go over, there's an additional fee. With a pass you can take as many 30-minute rides as you like, so pedal to a museum or garden of whatever you want to see, turn in the bike, then pick up a new one to continue sightseeing."
- Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Cities can often best be explored by bike, especially in a place that embraces a 2-wheel culture.