He spends much of his own time trying to achieve that goal.
has owned Bike Tech, a downtown Cedar Falls bicycle shop, for nine
years of its 19 years, since he bought it from founder Troy Meyeraan.
Johnson is actively involved in efforts to make the area more
“It’s part of my job,” Johnson, 35, said. “If I don’t advocate for better trails or on-street bike lanes, who will?”
volunteers much of his time pushing that cause not only because he
thinks it’s good for an active community, but also because it’s good for
He readily acknowledges as much.
“It’s hard being that volunteer, because I obviously have a vested interest,” he said.
no mistake, though, Johnson says: He’s a biker first and a business
owner second, and a bike-friendly region is good for the well-being of
the entire community.
ALSO - Bike Tech is MOVING (their store around)... Mark your calendar for March 1st, 2015 as we open the doors on Bike Tech version 2.0. Bigger, better, and...bigger!