Mon, Jan 28, 2013 | by TJ JuskiewiczShare
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In this episode we talk with reporter Mackenzie Elmer of The Des Moines Register about cycling laws in Iowa and some of the bike accident and fatality cases she has ...
Follow the link to find out the three winners of our 2017 Guess the Route Contest!
The Iowa Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) bike team was awarded the prestigious RAGBRAI Rider Cup this weekend at the RAGBRAI Route Announcement Party.
A crowd took in treats and tunes before hearing which eight towns will be hosts this summer.
The overnight towns for the 45th RAGBRAI have finally been revealed!
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Where will RAGBRAI go in 2017? North? South? Central? Join us for the Route Announcement Party on Jan. 21 and find out!
A New Year is just around the corner! Plan for a healthy start in 2017 by taking part in the annual 10 Week Wellness Challenge! It’s a great ...
Join us as we reveal Iowa's biggest secret on January 21, 2017 at the Iowa Events Center in downtown Des Moines.
Do you think you can pick the eight overnight towns for RAGBRAI XLV? Enter the contest and see how close you come.
Take a closer look at where the 2017 RAGBRAI route will go.
T.J. Juskiewicz, RAGBRAI director, talks about the 2017 route after the announcement on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017.
Watch a replay of the full RAGBRAI route announcement live show.
A RAGBRAI icon Paul Bernhard aka \u0022Mr. Pork Chop\u0022 passed away November, 2016 and RAGBRAI Nation shared photos with Mr. Pork Chop on the ride through the years.
The Bacoon Ride returns for its fourth year on the Raccoon River Trail on Saturday, June 17.
From the creators of the Bacoon Ride comes the new ride for women, Pigtails at the Prairie Trail on Saturday, May 20.
RAGBRAI director TJ Juskiewicz announces the overnight towns for RAGBRAI 2017.
The Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa will go north in 2017, starting in Orange City, ending in Lansing, and overnighting in six more Iowa towns along the way. It's rated the third-easiest RAGBRAI ever.
Attendees at the RAGBRAI Route Announcement Party joined in a mass \u0022pork chop\u0022 call in honor of ride legend Mr. Pork Chop, Paul Bernhard, who died last year.
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