Bike to Work Week: Johnson County
The group organizes and promotes Bike to Work Week (BTWW) activities in May each year for the communities of Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty. We encourage bicycling not only to work, but everywhere.
Iowa City Bike Library
Visit our 408 E College Street location and find a bike you like that fits you. We can help you choose one. You can then check out the bike for 6 months with a deposit. For $5/hour you can use the bike library’s tools, books, and equipment to tune up or repair your bike. Rental bench is free for Environmental Advocates, Bicyclists of Iowa City, or Bike Library volunteers. See the website for Rental Bench hours.
Iowa Coalition of Off-Road Riders
The Iowa Coalition of Off-Road Riders (ICORR) is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization formed to promote, preserve, and improve mountain bike trail access in Iowa. ICORR needs to log 600 volunteer hours of trail work and 200 volunteer hours of patrol each year to keep the Sugar Bottom trails open for bikes. This is under a contract with the land owner – The US Army Corps of Engineers – which is signed each year. Get Involved »
Bicyclists of Iowa City
The Bicyclists of Iowa City was founded in 1976. since we began as a small group of passionate individuals, the club has since grown to over 300 members from the Iowa City area. Primarily located in Johnson County, Iowa, with a 2007 estimated population of 125,692, the club has become locally and regionally known and recognized by cyclists and members of the community as a prime source for cycling advocacy.
Iowa City Area Women on Wheels (ICA-WOW)
A cycling group for women, established by the two ladies at World Of Bikes, here in Iowa City. We are NOT a bike racing team! The Iowa City Area – Women on Wheels is a group established to help all levels of cyclists, from the beginner to the avid cyclist, and everyone in-between. We want to expand the female cycling scene in the Corridor Area and a great way to do that is by offering information and encouragement in a welcoming environment, lead by women who are passionate about cycling.
Johnson County Trails Foundation
The Johnson County Trail Foundation was founded as a 501c nonprofit in Dec 2007 with the goal of expanding and enhancing trail and recreational resources in Johnson County. We achieve these goals through fundraising, public awareness campaigns and partnerships with local municipalities, MPOJC, as well as organizations such as the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. Join us today and see how far we can go…
Metropolitan Planning Organization of Johnson County
MPOJC conducts metropolitan-wide bicycle and pedestrian planning. MPOJCworks with local municipalities and the University of Iowa to coordinate bicycle and pedestrian planning, such as the locations of new crosswalks, bicycle parking areas, trail connections, and bicycle and pedestrian trails maps and plans. MPOJCstaff also assists municipalities with transportation grant applications for state or federal funds.
Iowa Bicycle Coalition
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition is an exciting organization working to promote Iowa cycling as safe and enjoyable recreation and transportation. The 501(c)(3) non-profit group was launched by bicycling advocates from across Iowa and will unite the voices of road riders, mountain bikers, recreation riders, commuters, and anyone else who prefers a bicycle for recreation and transportation.
Iowa Bicycle Racing Association
The Iowa Bicycle Racing Association contains information about all road racing events in Iowa.
Iowa Off Road Cycling Association
The Iowa Off Road Cycling Association is the governing body for the Iowa Mountain Bike Championship Series (IMBCS) and the Iowa 24 Hour MTB Championships.