Bicycles banned in Colorado town | Seattle Times Newspaper
By Nicholas Riccardi
Los Angeles Times
BLACK HAWK, Colo. — At first glance, this quaint old mining town looks like many others that dot the hills and canyons of this mountainous state.
There are old brick storefronts, quaint Victorian homes on the hillsides and winding, narrow lanes corkscrewing up to the sky. But instead of Lycra-clad fun-seekers and shabby-chic shops, Black Hawk is filled with tour buses and casinos.
And this summer, the town took an unprecedented step for a mountain community here: It banned bicycles from its main streets.
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