Pueblo Active Community Environments (P.A.C.E.)

Local Vendors for Bike Racks

Vance's Bicycle World

Local distributor of Saris bicycle racks with a large selection and those that meet new City Streetscape Guidelines for lower downtown areas, Riverwalk and Historic Union area.

  • Contact Vance Hubersberger at 719-566-6925 or drop by the shop at 2200 S. Prairie.  
  • Price list of racks readily available and approved for use in Pueblo public right of way (coming).

Pueblo Community College Welding Students

  • Contact Roger Wolf at 719-549-3239 in early fall or spring to place an order.  Fabrication only,  priming/painting or powdercoating must be arranged on your own or through Renzelman

Department of Corrections Metal Shop in Canon City:

  • Contact:  Dave Pagnotta at DavidPagnotta@cijvp.com 
  • Special requests available if their workload and scheduling allows
  • Example of rack available shown to the right
    • BR-5559: 10-ft long rack holds 12-14 bikes. Includes powdercoating, not delivered  $390
    • BR-6559: 5-ft long rack holds 6-8 bikes  $350 

Local Welders: 

  • P.A.C.E. would love to promote local welders interested in building bicycle racks. 
  • The following designs are approved for use by the City of Pueblo in public right of way.  If you can build these racks, email stephanie.chambers@activepueblo.net your plans and prices to be listed here and with the City Planning and Traffic Departments.

Inverted U racks: (minimum of 24-30" wide x 32-35" high - holds two bikes)

Racks fabricated using 2.4” round or square tubing to form inverted U. We might be able to argue for 1.6" tubing (please specify tubing width) 

  • Flange mount:  rack should have bolt plates welded to the bottom of the rack to secure the rack with concrete anchor bolts into existing concrete  
  • Below grade mount:  at least 10-12" of additional tubing on each end to secure below grade
  • Customize options:  a custom logo or design can be ordered to fill the inside of the rack to serve as sidewalk art and/or promote a business or sponsor.
    • City Streetscape Guidelines require the following customization for these downtown areas:   Burgundy Rapid design for
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