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New this Year – Ship your Camping Gear and Luggage



High Country Shipping in cooperation with RAGBRAI is pleased to offer GEAR Forward!
Ship your camping gear and luggage to RAGBRAI and have it waiting for you at the start of the ride.

Rates are $1.50 per pound one-way from anywhere in the United States.
For details, look for the GEAR Forward logo on the HCS RAGBRAI Sign Up page.

http://www.highcountryshipping.com/bike_events/ragbrai.html

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