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Are you looking for a great place to take your motorcycle out for a spin this summer? If so, you don't have to go out of state to get a great riding experience. Denver has everything you need to make your next summer motorcycling experience enjoyable, from great roads to plenty of things to see and do.

One of the best things about motorcycling near Denver is the variety of routes you can take. Head west on I-70, and you'll find yourself in the Rocky Mountains, where you can enjoy beautiful views and challenging rides. Or take a leisurely ride down one of the many front-range trails that wind through the city.

If you're looking for a more relaxed riding experience, several scenic routes wind through the city and its surrounding suburbs. These are perfect for taking in the sights and sounds of Denver without having to worry about traffic or other hazards. Whichever route you choose, you'll have an unforgettable motorcycling experience near Denver.


On Monday morning, on 6th Avenue near Wadsworth Boulevard in Lakewood, a three-vehicle crash caused three people to be transported to the hospital.

According to West Metro Fire Rescue, two trucks and a car, carrying five people total, were severely damaged in the crash. Three of the people had to be taken to the hospital with injuries, two of them with major injuries and in critical conditions.

This is an ongoing investigation, there's no more details as of the time of this writing as to what caused the crash.


A Fatal crash between a motorcyclist and a pickup truck happened around 10:30 a.m at the intersection of 1st Avenue and 22nd Street.

According to the Greeley Police Department, the pick truck was traveling north on 1st Avenue, turned left onto 22nd Street and hit the motorcyclist that was traveling south on 1st Avenue and approaching 22nd Street.

The driver of the pickup truck sustained no injuries, while the motorcyclist, an adult male, was taken to the hospital where we later died.


Does a Fender Bender Count as a Car Accident? To explain, a fender bender is a low-speed collision between two vehicles. These types of car accidents are usually minor and often result in only cosmetic damage to the cars involved. However, they are still considered car accidents. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were over six million police-reported non-injury car accidents in the United States in 2017.

If you're involved in a car accident in Colorado, you must report it to the police if there is any damage to property or injuries. If the accident occurred on a public road, you must also exchange insurance information with the other driver. If the accident happened on private property, you should still exchange insurance information with the other driver and may want to file a police report.

While fender benders may not seem like a big deal, it's important to remember that even a minor collision can cause serious injuries. If you're involved in a fender bender, see a doctor as soon as possible to get checked out. In addition, even though your accident might seem minor, it is always best to speak with a personal injury attorney.


On Tuesday morning, a semi-truck carrying a tanker with petroleum resin overturned northbound Highway 9, north of Interstate 70 in Silverthorne.

The accident happened around 8 a.m, near the intersection with Wildernest Road. According to Colorado State Patrol, nearly 100 gallons of petroleum resin leaked out of the turned tanker.

Hazmat crews were in the scene trying to control the leakage. Northbound Highway 9 was close while authorities worked at the scene.


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