Click on the links below to view and download maps showing regional bike facilities, including parking and storage, metro area trails and bike lanes, and rural roads and bikeways. Resources at your fingertips to help you plan your next Bike Iowa City adventure!

Bicyclists riding over a bridge.

Metro Area Trails Map

There is a growing network of hard-surface trails in Johnson County. Public parking to access the trails is available in east Iowa City at Napoleon Park, City Park, Ned Ashton Park, Crandic Park & west Iowa City at Kiwanis Park & Willow Creek Park. The map also shows trails at Kent Park & Sugar Bottom Recreation Area.

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Off road cyclist riding through Sugar Bottom Trail

Sugar Bottom Mountain Bike Trails Map

This map shows parking and restrooms along with trail direction and difficulty. Be sure to check the website or signage at the trails for trail status; fines are imposed for riding closed trails.

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RAGBRAI riders

Coralville Trail Map

If you’ll be riding only within Coralville, this map is the perfect resource, showing bike trails and wide sidewalks.

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Single cyclist riding on a paved county road on a summer day.

Rural Bikeways Map

Another useful view of bikeways in Johnson County, along with information about bike facilities and details about each primary trail.

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Paved and Gravel Roads Map

Access this map from the Iowa Department of Transportation to help plan your gravel or road ride.

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Interactive Iowa Gravel Roads Map

Iowa Gravel Roads is a fantastic resource for gravel grinders. Zoom in to see the Johnson County section of the full Iowa map.

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Racks of bicycles lining the sidewalk in downtown Iowa City.

Bike Parking

Planning to use your bike for your primary transportation in the area? Use this map to find convenient parking, including covered parking, and bike lockers close to your destinations.

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