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The Iowa City Bike Library has a new executive director, still needs a new home

Audrey Wiedemeier was named the new executive director of the Iowa City Bike Library on June 1, but Wiedemeier isn’t a newcomer to either the local cycling community or the Bike Library. Wiedemeier, an avid cyclist since her childhood in Ames, is the founder and director of RadTour, which conducts group cycling events in Iowa […]

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The New Pi Co-op to Co-op Ride will take over Dubuque Street on Wednesday evening

The New Pi Co-op to Co-op Ride kicks off at 5:30 p.m. at College Green Park near the downtown New Pioneer Co-op, and riders will head to Coralville’s New Pi. The popular annual event is part of both Bike Month and national Bike to Work Week.

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Iowa City RadTour heads out Sunday, Sept. 10 for 43 miles of culinary delight

Iowa City Rad Tour convenes at New Pioneer Co-Op — Sunday, Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. This year’s Iowa City RadTour, formerly known as the Iowa City Culinary Ride, will welcome riders Sunday, Sept. 10 for a 43-mile ride around area farms, featuring local chefs cooking even-more-local produce. RadTour promotes the local-food movement and celebrates […]

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UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup to return to Iowa City in 2017

Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has, for the second year in a row, selected Iowa City/Johnson County as host of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup, the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau announced today. According to a release sent this afternoon, the 2017 event is expected to attract more than 15,000 spectators and generate an […]

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Letter to the Editor: For cyclists, Iowa City offers so little, so late

By Ofer Sivan The new $20,000 bike “parklet” selected “by a committee made up of city staff, local bicycle advocates, Downtown District staff and downtown business owners” is a well meaning but misguided attempt to do something positive for bicyclists and the community at large. I myself sat on the committee. The winning design was […]

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