Pam Alexander hosted special guests Colorado Governor John
Hickenlooper and Ken Gart, principal of Gart Properties and chairman of the board of Denver’s B-cycle bike-sharing program, and whom Governor Hickenlooper calls the state’s “bike czar,” at the Caribou
Club to speak on the progress of
AT ASPEN’S TONY CARIBOU CLUB, COLORADO’S GOVERNOR SPEAKS
TO THE STATE’S ENORMOUS INVESTMENT IN BICYCLE SHARING
the governor’s $100 million commitment to the Colorado Pedals Initiative. Sixteen new bike trails are being constructed over the next four years to enhance Colorado’s place as the best state to ride a bike.
The four-year plan and $100 million budget will also allow Colorado to add bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, better understand and market the cycling industry, and support awareness and education efforts to promote cycling safety.
Buddies in biking: Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron joined Governor John Hickenlooper at the Caribou Club to announce Colorado’s $100 million statewide commitment to cycling infrastructure.
Ken Gart and Sydney Gart Linda and Bob Gersh Dale Will, Bruce Etkin, and Laurel Gilbert George Newman, Mayor Steve Skadron, Governor John Hickenlooper, Pam Alexander, and Rachel Richards Chris Davenport and Ken Gart
Chris and Leslie Kehmeier Governor John Hickenlooper John and Jeannie Seybold
Mark Godomsky and John Bucksbaum
Hunter Pierson with Teresa and Joe Dowd
Lori Dresner and Peter Wycoff John, Jan, and Emily Sarpa with Bre Meyers Dan Sadowsky and Deborah Breen with Helen and Wally Obermeyer