Bicycling Around Longmont
A number of continuously evolving maps are available to help you ride around town. Click the buttons below to view maps online.
This interactive map includes comprehensive updates on active street and trail projects, including pictures, overviews and contacts. Learn more about the plans that helped shape this map.
LoCo About Cycling eNewsletter
Each month, the City sends out an email newsletter with information on Longmont bicycling news, including projects and planning efforts, as well as notices of events and classes offered by the City, plus tips and resources for riding around town. Use the sign-up box on this page to subscribe and see past issues at http://bit.ly/locoarchive.
Bicycling Issues Committee
The City hosts a Bicycle Issues Committee the 4th Monday of each month. Members of the public are welcome to share their concerns about the bicycling environment and offer suggestions on how to make improvements. See more information on the committee, meeting agendas, meeting minutes and future meeting dates.
Members of the public are invited to quarterly Bicycle Connections gatherings to discuss trail/bicycle route updates, safety, weather visibility, group riding and other topics. A guest speaker is often booked to provide a fresh perspective on local cycling. Contact Lauren Greenfield for more information.
Bicycling Public Forum
A monthly meeting is held to discuss various topics relating to the safety and public access of bicycle riding in Longmont. This group is active in presenting to the City enhancements and problems as seen through the eyes of avid riders. This is a nonprofit group that diligently works towards a uniform and useful bicycle transportation network in and around Longmont. More information is available by visiting bicyclelongmont.org
Pace Bike Share
Longmont has bike share stations in 4 locations around the City. For a nominal fee or a monthly or annual membership, the public is welcome to check out bikes for a quick errand, the first or last mile of a transit commute or just a fun ride. End your ride at any public bike rack in Longmont for a small convenience fee. Otherwise, just park at any designated Pace station at no additional charge. Visit https://ridepace.com for more information.
Roadway Maintenance for Bicycles
Bicycle Lane Striping
Each year, the City stripes various streets for on-street bike lanes. Streets within the City of Longmont limits are reviewed annually and streets needing repair work are also looked at to determine if bike lanes are feasible within the existing infrastructure.
Report Needed Street or Sidewalk Repairs
- request for routine service such as pothole repair or sweeping
- report damaged sidewalks/concrete that are dangerous to pedestrians and vehicles
Additional Bicycling Resources
BikeLinks 36 - The BikeLinks 36 interactive bike map provides regional information on bicycling facilities for Longmont, Boulder, Boulder County, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield, Arvada and Westminster.
Rules of the Road - Remember to follow these safety tips to avoid pedestrian or automobile conflicts.
Rules for Winter Cycling - Poor street conditions and visibility can make winter riding seem a dangerous ordeal. But, the skills that get you through the winter will only make you a better rider all the time. View Priority Bicycle Snow Routes, too.
Bike-n-Ride - Information from RTD on how to travel with your bike on a bus and utilize commuter bike lockers.