iShare the Road
iShare the Road with a family of commuters
Local realtor, Donald Blondin, has traveled the world on a bicycle shares his thoughts on riding a bicycle in Pueblo. He and his wife, Kristy, routinely ride with their children around town. Their 7 year old rides his bike to school every day with mom or dad and little sister.
iShare the Road with people in bike lanes
Bike lanes aren't just for bicycles. They are an inexpensive way to meet needs of pedestrians, wheelchair users, bicycles and neighbors needing relief from speeding motorists. Do your part to promote a healthy and active community and take the pledge at http://activepueblo.net/ishare-road
iShare the Road with Pedestrians
We all play a part in keeping people on our roads safe, especially people crossing the street. Learn common mistakes pedestrians and motorists make and how to be more safe. Take the pledge to do your part, LOOK for people along our roads, slow down and be kind and Share the Road. Online pledge at http://activepueblo.net/ishare-road
iShare the Road with People in Wheelchairs and Scooters
People in wheelchairs or scooters often find bike lanes extremely helpful in getting around town with poor quality sidewalks and lack of curb ramps. We all need to do our part to safely share the road with all road users. Take the pledge online at activepueblo.net to do your part to Share the Road and keep everyone safe.