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Welcome to our official team website! It is complete with:
  • Team history, 
  • Team Photos using Google's popular Picassa photo tool
  • Electronic payment capability using PayPal for sign up and payment of Team fees, or to buy team apparel - a safe and secure method to do on-line transactions (Password protected - team only). 
  • RAGBRAI sign-up and fees are now paid directly on the RAGBRAI website.  See the "Team Fee Pmts." page of this website or reference the emails sent out to the team for RAGBRAI instructions on how to do this.
  • Links to outside biking interest sites and organizations, training ideas
  • Link to our Team Facebook page for social interaction
  • Team roster with email addresses (Password protected - team only)  
ENJOY THE WEBSITE!!

ARE YOU READY TO RIDE!! 2019 RAGBRAI IS ALMOST HERE! SEE "HOT NEWS" AND WATCH YOUR EMAILS TO STAY UPDATED.


2019 ride heads across southern Iowa - here's some of the facts:

Saturday, July 20: Council Bluffs

  • Population: 62,316
  • History: Seventh time as host; returning after six years; previously kicked off the ride in 1974, 1986, 1994, 2000, 2009 and 2013.
  • Fun fact: Home to the Western Historic Trails Center, commemorating travelers on the Lewis and Clark, Oregon, California and Mormon trails.

Sunday, July 21: Atlantic

  • Population: 7,112
  • Mileage (from Council Bluffs): 58
  • Climb: 2,592 feet
  • History: Sixth overnight visit; returning after eight years; previous stops were in 1974, 1980, 1989, 1991 and 2011.
  • Fun fact: Itís the Coca-Cola capital of Iowa.

Monday, July 22: Winterset

  • Population: 5,190
  • Mileage (from Atlantic): 68
  • Climb: 2,044 feet
  • History: Second overnight visit; returning after 28 years; previous stop in 1991.
  • Fun fact: Birthplace of John Wayne and home of the Bridges of Madison County.

Tuesday, July 23: Indianola

  • Population: 14,782
  • Mileage (from Winterset): 39
  • Climb: 1,443 feet.
  • History: Second overnight visit; returning after 10 years; previous stop in 2009.
  • Fun fact: Home of Simpson College and landing spot for the National Balloon Classic.

Wednesday, July 24: Centerville

  • Population: 5,528
  • Mileage (from Indianola): 78
  • Climb: 2,977 feet.
  • History: Third overnight visit; returning after three years; previous stops in 1981 and 2016.
  • Fun fact: Birthplace of the opera legend Simon Estes.

Thursday, July 25: Fairfield

  • Population: 9,464
  • Mileage (from Centerville): 65
  • Climb: 2,328 feet.
  • History: Fifth overnight visit; returning after six years; previous stops were in 1979, 1988, 1997 and 2013.
  • Fun fact: Home to Maharishi University.

Friday, July 26: Burlington

  • Population: 25,663
  • Mileage (from Fairfield): 57
  • Climb: 1,626 feet
  • History: Sixth overnight visit; returning after 10 years; previous stops in 1979, 1984, 1990, 2000 and 2009.
  • Fun fact: Burlington is home to Snake Alley, one of the crookedest streets in the world.

Saturday, July 27: Keokuk

  • Population: 10,780
  • Mileage (from Burlington): 62
  • Climb: 1,725 feet.
  • History: Third time as host; returning after 27 years; previously marked the end of the ride in 1981 and 1992.
  • Fun fact: The southernmost city in Iowa.



 


 

 

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