Thu, May 16, 2013 | by TJ JuskiewiczShare
78 riders come from 18 foreign countries.
The foreign countries are: Albania, Australia, Austria, Canada, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Scotland, South Africa, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.
39.8% of the riders are from Iowa.
RAGBRAI riders use a variety of bike types:
The average age of this year’s RAGBRAI participants is 46.9 years
The age breakdown of this year’s participants is as follows:
|4.8%||19 and under|
Check out these two guys who brought some interesting guitars along for RAGBRAI.
Ever heard of a beer columnist? Well RAGBRAI has! Hear what Donald 'Joe Sixpack' Russell has to say about being a beer reporter.
Carl Grove doesn't look like a world champion. He doesn't look 86 years old, either, but it's true.
Though 58-year-old Tom Murray is from Storm Lake, his kids, who live in China and Minnesota, had never visited the state.
RAGBRAI riders boogied on the dance floor with their decorated helmets and sweat-drenched shirts, as they visited the last place Buddy Holly played before he died in a plane crash ...
Cleanup is "a community effort," said Gary Ludwig, the chairman of Forest City RAGBRAI. "That's what RAGBRAI is about. Everyone does something."
Lance Armstrong asked on Twitter Tuesday night for help finding a lost bag in Forest City. The replies included no sign of the bag, but plenty of jabs about Armstrong's ...
Mr. Pork Chop was the star of the show, but Lance Armstrong also shook some hands in Bancroft on Tuesday. The Register's Mary Willie put together this video:
Here’s a quick look ahead toward Wednesday’s 38-mile ride from Emmetsburg to Forest City
Bicycles make the main appearance during RAGBRAI, but in Forest City, motor homes and recreational vehicles are king.
Chuck Shropshire of Ventura Fire Department helps riders navigate through his town.
Check out these two guys who brought some interesting guitars along for the RAGBRAI ride!
The Des Moines Register Illustrator talks about his design for this year's fantastic RAGBRAI poster!
The NPR crew and son-of-Mr.-Pork-Chop Matt Bernhard speak to the Register's Michael Morain.
A high pressure system will bring cooler, drier air to central Iowa on Wednesday. RAGBRAI riders can look forward to a much more comfortable ride
Lance Armstrong met riders and the famed Mr. Pork Chop during a RAGBRAI stop in Bancroft on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Bancroft is the home town of Paul Bernhard, the original Mr. Pork Chop.
The Andorfer family, led by father Gene, 80, uses RAGBRAI as a chance to spend a week together.
We asked RAGBRAI riders about their porkchop from the famous Mr. Pork Chop in Bancroft.
Titonka firefighters hostes a water battle fundraiser with fire hoses Tuesday afternoon.
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