Author: Ben Anderson

2020 Kit Order

What’s new?

  • Same Borah Design  as last year  All garments can be viewed here (use upper right menu to select garment type).


How do I order?

What size and types of Kits should I order?

  • Borah is again the kit vendor- see link for details.  Garment selections will be similar to past years.  Note that OTW is top of the line, Pro is next level, and then Team.  Team is still a high quality garment, but OTW/PRO is race fit.  
  • Borah provided samples for each item (not all sizes), but NO FIT KITs. Samples are at the shop.  Please reference the following Borah Teamware FAQ’s . 
  • Why no fit kit?  Borah has seen issues with fit kits that are worn/washed/sent-out (repeat) which results in fit kits not matching actual.  Borah recommends using the sizing chart.  The samples on hand are new items, but not all sizes are here.  Also, we can contact Borah with specific fit questions (see chart).

When are orders and payment due?

  • Kit Order Forms with payment (payable to Iowa City Cycling Club) due by 12/30/19.  
  • Please drop at Geoff’s Bike and Ski in the labeled folder, or Mail to ICCC Kit Order, ℅ Geoff’s Bike and Ski, 816 S Gilbert, Iowa City, IA 52240

When will kits arrive?

  • Kits should arrive in late JanuaryGeoff's Bike and Ski
  • Email notifications will be sent when kits arrive and pick-up is at Geoff’s Bike and Ski.

Other FAQ’s

How do I join Iowa City Cycling Club?

  • It’s easy – just purchase a kit .


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Iowa City Bicycle Master Plan


What: Iowa City Bicycle Master Plan (different than Parks master plan!)
Where: Senior Center, 28 South Linn Street
When: Thursday, January 26th
What Time: 6 – 7:30 pm (open house format)

The intent of this open house is to learn about the planning process, provide input on existing bicycling conditions, and identify potential improvement areas.  Details at Let’s Get Rolling – IC Bicycle Master Plan.

Additionally, there is a Bicycle Master Plan Survey that is being used to gather input. The survey takes some time to go through but provides valuable data to the city as well as the University.

Think of this as a Strava Heat map – enter your normal commuter route and identify locations that are “sketchy” as well as good. This could be lack of defined bike lane, poor maintenance, no connectivity, etc. You can comment on others routes as well.

Folks, this is the time to get some work done. We have key people involved in the planning process, and there is considerable momentum on several fronts. Please take the time to pass along your input.  Also, Emily Robnett and Ben Anderson are both on the Bicycle Advisory Committee for this Master Plan. Feel free to talk with us at any time.