Well, last month, it appeared that Spring was going to come much earlier than normal, but alas, Mother Nature never disappoints here in Colorado. The snow arrived with bitter cold winds and shows us again who is in charge, and how unpredictable the weather can be. Even Nevada and Arizona weathered unprecedented storms and towns like Las Vegas and Flagstaff were blanketed with inches of snow. [Read more…] about Winter is Still with us!
For over three years, I have been working with Colorado Senator Lois Court to make Colorado’s roads safer through legislation to reduce distracted driving. Thankfully, we’re making tremendous progress and 2019 could be an important year in our fight to end texting-while-driving in Colorado. [Read more…] about Preventing Distracted Driving Accidents: I Am the Only Personal Injury Attorney in The Room
Colorado Rider News ask our readers to fill out a survey of what biker related businesses they considered the BEST of the BEST. CRN received over 500 voters in our survey/contest. In several categories there were TIES, so we will be awarding both businesses with a 1st place award. [Read more…] about Best of the Best: WINNERS
By: Susan Dane, Coloradans Organized for Responsible Driving (CORD)
Senate Bill 19-012 (SB19-012), Use of Electronic Mobile Devices While Driving, passed the Senate & Energy Committee on February 14 with a unanimous “Yes” vote. [Read more…] about SB19-012 Passes the first round
I am the type that typically thinks nothing bad will ever happen to me. Maybe that’s why a lot of people think I am such a badass daredevil. They tell me to slow down, wear a helmet and ear protection, and I always roll my eyes and sing-song “negativity!” Well, I must admit, I should have listened to them. [Read more…] about Hey Bikers, did you know wind is considered noise?
By: Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs – Mongols MC, General Counsel
On February 28, 2019, Federal District Court Judge David O. Carter upheld the Constitution and stood strong in support of the 1st Amendment when he declared that the United States Government could not seize and ban the use of the Mongols Motorcycle Club’s patch. At stake was the essence of the 1st Amendment- the ability to freely wear expressive symbolic speech. [Read more…] about Patch Trial: Verdict Supports Club Rights
By: Chomper Montoya
As many of you read in the February issue of CRN, the Randy Run for Fallen Riders dissolved the charity with the retiring of Randy Savely who was the inspiration and President of the Randy Run. This was a very tough decision for all the board members to come to. [Read more…] about Randy Run for Fallen Bikers donates $16,961.00 to injured riders in Colorado
On March 23rd the Colorado Mammoth will be celebrating Military Appreciation night and the BikerDown Foundation. The Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse team has recognized all the charitable work BikerDown has accomplished. [Read more…] about Military Appreciation Night with the Colorado Mammoth
Wide Open Saloon is a new restaurant coming to Sedalia that will be opening this summer, but that isn’t stopping Wide Open Saloon from helping the motorcycle community in a charitable way, long before they are even open. [Read more…] about Wide Open Saloon to raise funds for BikerDown
If you live north of Denver, you have more than likely been to the popular biker bar Jerry D’s in the town of Dacono. In fact, it’s the only bar in that town. It was fun and interesting to sit down with general manager Dawn Marie Webster and learn about her and Jerry D’s. [Read more…] about Jerry D’s