Commute via bike in Aspen and Basalt

Helena Guerra Marquez, a participant in WE-cycle's Movimiento en Bici outreach program, pedals one of the bikes through the Willits neighborhood in Basalt.
Erik Wardell |

Want a more environmentally friendly way to get around town? While you’re in Aspen and Basalt, WE-cycle is the answer. This program isn’t meant for all-day rides — call your nearest bike shop for that. Instead, the bike share program is ideal for short point-A-to-point-B rides. In 2018, the first 30 minutes of each ride will be free. Learn more at or via Transit app, which also includes RFTA schedules.

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