Durango seeks bike-friendly gold

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Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.
Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.
Joey Ernst packs lunch and a change of clothing into saddle bags for his daily commute to work. Ernst owns Velorution Cycles, 1077 Main Ave. Bicycle friendly communities are judged on how well they provide safe accommodation to bicycles and encourage people to ride for recreation and transportation.
Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.

Durango seeks bike-friendly gold

Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.
Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.
Joey Ernst packs lunch and a change of clothing into saddle bags for his daily commute to work. Ernst owns Velorution Cycles, 1077 Main Ave. Bicycle friendly communities are judged on how well they provide safe accommodation to bicycles and encourage people to ride for recreation and transportation.
Joey Ernst, right, commuting to work this week with Sandhya Tillotson, says bicycles can be a vehicle for social change. Durango is looking to elevate its social status among bicyclists by earning the rating of gold as a Bicycle Friendly Community. An announcement is expected in May.
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