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The Iowa Valley Bicycle Club (IVBC of Marshalltown) was formed in 1974 to promote recreational bicycling and bicycle safety.  IVBC is a community-minded club. We donate to TRAILS Inc., the Community Y Partner With Youth, Marshalltown Floral Baskets, Youth and Shelter Services of Marshall County, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, Iowa Bicycle Coalition, Marshalltown Police Crimestoppers, Bikes2Share, Dairy Queen Bicycle Safety Award Program, Bike to Work Week, and work with the city working toward making Marshalltown "a bicycle friendly community". Through donations it has also aided in the development of the Marshalltown Bike Path and the Discovery America Trail.


Go to the RAGBRAI tab for the "tips" list....

See footer for the ride schedule when the season begins...

For MARSHMALLO information/application, go to Iowa Valley Bicycle Club facebook page.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Jerseys for Sale

We still have IVBC club jerseys. . Cost $60. . In our last order, we did order a few women’s jerseys: however, the supply is limited. Charlie Smith 752-3929 or  crsmith@mchsi.com


We still have IVBC club jerseys. . Cost $60. . In our last order, we did order a few women’s jerseys: however, the supply is limited. Charlie Smith 752-3929 or crsmith@mchsi.com

BIKES2SHARE Program Information

Anyone interested in donating an adult bike to IVBC for our newBikes2Share program can contact Ken Lyons (in the phone book I believe), or take the bike to Matt at Black Tire Bikes. The program donates bikes to adults in the community who need them for transportation and who are unable to purchase their own bikes. So far, we've given away over 100 bikes! 

IVBC received a $1000 grant from the Community Foundation for our Bikes2Share program which donates used bikes to adults who need transportation. Receiving the award were Tony Etcher, president, and Sherry Kubalsky and Ken Lyons who spearhead the Bikes2Share project. If you have a bike to get rid of, and it's in decent condition (possibly only needing minor repairs) please consider contacting IVBC to contribute to this worthwhile project.