ANKENY, IOWA (March 16, 2023) — The Iowa Bicycle Coalition is proud to announce that Marley Blonsky, founder of All Bodies on Bikes, will be the keynote speaker at the 2023 Iowa Bicycle Summit. The summit will take place on April 6, 2023, at the Courtyard Marriott Conference Center in Ankeny, Iowa.

"We are excited to have Marley Blonsky as our keynote speaker for the Iowa Bicycle Summit. Her work with All Bodies on Bikes is inspiring and has helped make cycling more accessible and welcoming to everyone," said Mark Wyatt, Executive Director of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition.

Marley Blonsky is a well-known bike adventurer and advocate who has been actively working towards making the bike and outdoor industry more inclusive. Her movement, All Bodies on Bikes, strives to create an environment where everyone feels welcomed and has access to cycling.

During her keynote presentation, Marley will share her personal journey and the challenges she faced in the cycling community. She will discuss how she overcame these challenges and the inspiration behind the All Bodies on Bikes movement. Marley's presentation will highlight the importance of inclusivity and diversity in the cycling world and how it benefits everyone.

The Iowa Bicycle Summit is an annual event that brings together cycling enthusiasts, advocates, and industry leaders to discuss the latest trends, innovations, and issues related to cycling. The 2023 summit will feature several sessions on various topics related to cycling, including advocacy, infrastructure, and bike tourism.

For more information or to register for the summit, visit

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