Dubuque will still be the starting point for a new Iowa bike ride across the state but it will be a year later than originally planned. The organizers behind Iowa’s Ride cancelled this year’s ride in April and announced plans for the ride to take place in the following year instead. TJ Juskiewicz, the organization’s director, said that the ride will take place between July 18 to July 24, 2021, and will follow the originally planned overnight town route of the 2020 ride from Dubuque west to Rock Rapids. Registration for the ride will be free, though registrants will need to accept a waiver of liability, according to Juskiewicz. He recommended that riders take the money that would have been spent on registration and use it in the overnight towns, or donate to charity. Overnight towns along the route include Monticelllo, Vinton, Eldora, Clarion, Emmetsburg, and Sheldon. For more information, go to iowasride.com.