...But what I witnessed this weekend is a little over the top. Can someone please explain this to me? For my Independence Day Holiday I took the family up high into the Rocky Mountains to Estes Park. Many cyclists from Boulder on Highway 36. I had great fun looking at what everyone else was riding. Great ride but with a small shoulder. From Lyons up 36 the road went up and narrowed and the shoulder vanished. Cyclists just chugged along up this mountain pass with no shoulder and lots of blind tight curves. Two places where a rock face would have forced cyclists into the highway. Later on the same situation up Trail Ridge Road. The highest paved road in the United States. I am completed amazed anyone could make it up this road, but both are highly dangerous for cyclists. Ladies and gentlemen hats off to anyone who could do this, but I my opinion, these cyclists were a hazard, and I would not be caught dead (pun intended) riding on any of these roads. It is just too unsafe. How does the law view this activity on these roads?