Bike-n-Ride shelters provide bicycle parking for transit riders making connections to and from RTD stations. The Bike-n-Ride program makes it easy to combine bus trips and bike rides by using the shelter to complete the first or final mile of your commute.
How to Apply for a Bike Shelter Access Card
Users apply to receive a card to access the shelters. Shelters also provide weather-protected bicycle storage for people making connections! Commute stress-free knowing that your bike is sheltered from Colorado weather! Users can also apply to access all the shelters currently open when applying for the cards!
- While the Broomfield and Westminster Bike-n-Ride shelter is not officially open, applications are being accepted.
- Access cards can be expected to be mailed within two to four weeks.
- The terms and conditions can be read in full.
Current Bike Shelter Locations
Currently, there are eight bike shelter locations, with plans for an additional shelter to open in 2022. Current locations are:
- Broomfield (Westbound US 36 & Broomfield)
- Westminster (Eastbound US 36 & Sheridan)
- Superior (US 36 & Eastbound McCaslin)
- Louisville (US 36 & Westbound McCaslin)
- Hover Street & Highway 119/Diagonal in Longmont
- 30th Street & Diagonal Hwy, North Boulder
- 8th & Coffman, downtown Longmont
- US 36 & Table Mesa Station (near gate C)
- Downtown Boulder Station – Walnut and 14th Street
Commuting Solutions manages two new Broomfield and Westminster locations, which will be available for those interested to apply for an access card soo
Tips for Cyclists Using Bike-n-Ride Shelters
- Bring your own lock. U-locks are strongly recommended.
- Do not leave a bike in the shelter for more than 30 days.
- Shelters are for the storage of operable bikes and bicycle accessories only.
- Read our Bike-n-Ride shelter FAQ.
To report a problem with any of the shelters, contact Commuting Solutions at 303-604-4385 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.