Biking in Downtown
Bicycling is an environmentally friendly option to explore Downtown Longmont. Whether you are out for a leisurely ride or commuting to work, the Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) strives to provide a safe and convenient environment for bicycling Downtown.
For a free copy of the City of Longmont Bicycle Brochure, which features:
- bicycle maps
- public arts listings
- tips on biking on Colorado roads
- local bike laws
please call (303) 651-8304 or email.
You can also visit the City of Longmont to print a copy of the brochure.
Bike Racks Downtown
More than 20 bike rack locations exist downtown to park your bike while you are visiting, working, or living downtown. Many of the bike racks were developed by Longmont’s Art In Public Places program.
These racks feature decorative art created by community residents and bring color and flare to Downtown Longmont as well as a secure place to lock your bike.
The following Dismount Ordinance zones exist in Downtown Longmont for the safety of pedestrian traffic. Please respect these laws and dismount your bike when passing through these areas and help keep Downtown a safe and accident-free environment.
Sixth Avenue Plaza – 6th Avenue west from Main Street to Coffman Street.
Bicycle Valet Service
Leave your car at home and bike downtown. The LDDA sponsors numerous arts and entertainment events in Downtown Longmont throughout the year. Bicycle Longmont, a local non-profit organization, helps make select downtown events a convenient bicycling experience by providing a secure and convenient valet service for bike riders. Take advantage of this unique service and join the many individuals and families who valet their bikes during a downtown event. The service is Free!
Visit Bicycle Longmont for more information about their bicycling programs and activities in Longmont.