I love cycling in Denver. Compared to a lot of cities, we have pretty good bike-trail connectivity, and there is a large community of cyclists passionate about their bikes. As someone who doesn’t have a car, connectivity like that really helps me function day to day. I do not, however, love cycling on Denver’s streets. If I’m on a busy street, there is nowhere for me to bike except the right lane, where motorists get pissed off at my mode of travel, and the constant stop-start at stop signs at abandoned intersections make neighborhood cycling not much better. Luckily for me, that’s about to change.