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.
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition promotes safe and enjoyable bicycling in Iowa through education, events, better policy, and growing a community of supporters.
As the weather gets cold and we start to get more miles on our spinners, tune up our winter fat bikes, or restart our virtual bike training...
You may have heard Axios reported that plans to rezone the Cooper Creek Mountain Bike Park are being challenged. Neighbors are...
Step right up! The 26th annual National Walk & Roll to School Day is Oct. 12, and registration is now open! Whether addressing the need to make...
Listen in as we talk about mountain biking in Iowa. Iowa has no mountains, but we have some great places to ride mountain bikes. The Iowa Bicycle...
Bicyclists make up a large voting block. We, as bicyclists, can and should exercise our right to vote in each and every election. The Iowa Bicycle...
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Over the last several years the Sac County Conservation Board(SCCB) has been having discussions with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources on the...
The Iowa Bicycle Coalition is seeking volunteers to steer the Silent Auction at the Route Announcement Party. This event is HUGE and it is a...
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