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Johnson County Iowa

Packed with a variety things to do and ways to enjoy being on a bicycle, Johnson County Iowa is anchored by the University of Iowa and the cites of Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty.  Bustling business districts in Iowa City and Coralville are easily accessed by bike and have plenty to offer by way of food, drink and shopping.  Stretching the legs a little further will take you into North Liberty, Tiffin, or Solon, all great destinations for the road, trail, or gravel cyclist.  We are also lucky to be the home of several large cycling events, such as CORE 4 and the state's longest running and largest mountain bike race, the Sugar Bottom Scramble.

Bike Iowa City

The premier resource for biking in Iowa City!

"Every good bike adventure has the same basic elements: a character or group of characters goes on a journey, making discoveries along the way, and in the end arrives at the destination to a hero’s welcome. Well, okay, the hero’s welcome is optional. You supply the characters on bikes and the plot twists; we’ll provide the rest." - Bike Iowa City

Local Trails Network

The Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty area has a wonderful system of connecting bike trails, on-street routes, and signage catering to cyclists living, playing, and working in the area.  With miles and miles of dedicated bike trails it is easy to access nearly anywhere in the 3 city area by bike.  


BIC-Bicyclists of Iowa City

Bicyclists of Iowa City, known as BIC, is a bike club with over 450 members from the Iowa City area. BIC is known locally and regionally for our cycling advocacy and our wide schedule of activities and events.

We plan rides several days of the week, catering to beginners as well as intermediate and advanced riders. Our rides include trail riding, road bicycling, and regional touring.

Think Bicycles             Johnson County

Think Bicycles of Johnson County was organized through the collective efforts of the area’s finest bike shops along with the Bicyclists of Iowa City, Iowa City Bike Library, and others.  These businesses and organizations have come together to promote cycling as the preferred form of transportation and to strengthen the bicycle culture in Johnson County

ICORR-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 is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to building and maintaining sustainable mountain biking trails at Sugar Bottom trails, and surrounding areas