While Colorado has no statewide statues regulating multi-use trails, here is a list of suggested practices. Please be sure to obey any local regulations when using a multi-use trail.

  • Use common sense and courtesy on the trail
  • Always ride, walk and skate on the right side of the trail
  • Obey traffic control signs and markings on trail
  • Pass on the left, when the trail is clear of traffic
  • Give audible warning before overtaking other trail users
    • Ring your bike bell
    • Loudly and clearly call out “Passing”
  • Listen up! Headphones prevent you from hearing warnings
  • Use hand signals to indicate turns and stops
  • Do not stop on the trail in the way of other users
  • Ride single file so that other user may pass safely
  • Look for traffic before entering trail
  • Watch for the unexpected, especially with kids or dogs
  • Slow down when the trail is crowded and travel at speeds that are safe and appropriate to trail conditions
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