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Purchasing Day Passes or Non-Rider Wristbands on RAGBRAI



Purchasing day passes or non-rider wristbands on the ride:

Day Pass and Non-Rider Wristband Application 
(DO NOT MAIL)

Though you can no longer purchase day passes online, day passes are currently still available for each day ($25 each day – cash or check) and can be purchased on a first come, first served basis at the following locations throughout the week of RAGBRAI:

If you plan to purchase a day pass for the next day, please visit one of our RAGBRAI Information and Merchandise trailers from 1 p.m. – 8 p.m. at one of the following locations:

Sioux Center – RAGBRAI Expo / All Seasons Center

Cherokee – Cherokee City Hall and Downtown – 4th and Main

Lake View – Speaker Park and Downtown – 4th and Vine

Webster City – Webster City City Hall and Downtown – 2nd and Des Moines

Marshalltown – Riverview Park and Downtown – 1st and Main

Cedar Rapids – Downtown – Concert venue – 2nd Ave and 3rd Ave bridges
(You will need concert ticket or wristband to enter concert area)

Anamosa – Downtown – Main St.

If you plan to purchase a day pass the morning of the day that you plan to ride, please visit our RAGBRAI baggage truck from 5 a.m – 7:30 a.m. at one of the following locations:

Sioux Center – baseball diamonds north of All Seasons Center

Cherokee – Washington High School

Lake View – Speaker Park

Webster City – West Twin Park

Marshalltown – Riverview Park

Cedar Rapids – Ellis Park

Anamosa – Strawberry Hill Elementary

Please note that weeklong wristbands and vehicle passes are completely sold out.

6 Responses on “Purchasing Day Passes or Non-Rider Wristbands on RAGBRAI

Travis

July 18, 2012 at 1:25 pm

If I’m just riding 1 day, what is the purpose of a day pass? What comes with the fee and why do I need it?

Tim

July 19, 2012 at 10:24 am

Emergency services if needed and knowing that you are paying into a wonderful event. In my opinion, going bandit is unacceptable.

Jackie Stueven

July 19, 2012 at 4:52 pm

My friend and I are planning to ride day one from Sioux center to cherokee, when is the soonest we can get our day passes and where?

M Crowe

July 19, 2012 at 11:42 pm

I am a new team member this year and registered late with my team/bus after weekly pass sales closed & dsperately need a full tour wristband. If you have an extra full week wristband I WANT IT! Please email me your contact information so I can meet up with you in the expo as soon as our team arrives. We will be arrving sat morning around 11 am. maurice_crowe@yahoo.com

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December 7, 2012 at 4:07 pm

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Jen

July 19, 2014 at 1:39 pm

I’m slightly confused. I haven’t bought any day passes because I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to ride or not. I live in McGregor, IA and was going to have my mom drop me off along the route on Thursday assuming that I could just buy my passes when I got to Waverly that afternoon and I wanted to ride Friday and Saturday too. This is sounding like the places to buy the passes are not along the route at all. Is this true or am I not understanding?

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