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.
- 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 nine bike shelter locations. 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 the Broomfield and Westminster locations.
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 email@example.com.