Biking at Iowa is an environmentally-friendly and healthy alternative to driving on campus. Whether it's commuting, competitive biking, or anything in between, Iowa is a great place to bike. There is plenty of biking infrastructure and support for any avid or aspiring cyclist. Feel free to navigate the pages below for resources and answers to many of your questions!
- Thank you to everyone that participated in the Winter Warrior Bike Challenge and made it a great one! From Nov. 28 and Dec. 16, 160 cyclists logged miles and rides in the challenge adding up to over 9,000 miles! The challenge is intended to encourage winter biking as a healthy, fun and environmentally-sound way to commute to work or class.
- On Thursday, Jan. 26 at 6pm Iowa City will host an open house for the Iowa City Bike Master Plan where people can learn about the process and share ideas.
- Take the eleven question bike quiz to learn about bike safety, local resources, and some fun facts about biking.
Biking by the Numbers
Data from the 2008-2012 American Community Survey shows:
- Iowa City with 1,252 bike commuters among a population of 70,131
- Iowa City ranked sixth in the Midwest in commuting percent (3.23 percent)
- Iowa City ranked 14th in the country among cities with populations of 65,000 to 100,000
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Commuting by Bike
Deciding to commute by bike can be a big decision. It can also be one of the best decisions one can make! It’s environme...
Local Resources and Newsletter
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Bicycle riders should follow the rules of the road along with motor vehicles. Adhering to the laws protects you and othe...
Parking and Security
Park your bike at one of the many racks on campus and learn how to secure your bike from theft.
Bicycle Advisory Committee
What's it about?The Bicycle Advisory Committee is a group of students, faculty, staff, and other bicycle enthusiasts in ...