Wed, May 22, 2013 | by aparrottShare
We have been busy adding new vendors to the RAGBRAI XLI Expo roster! From bike gear to mementos to cycling related non profits, there is something here for pretty much everyone:
- Auto Rack Lights
A patented auxiliary lighting system for the back of your vehicle. Be seen with Auto Rack Lights.
Web site: www.autoracklights.com
- I Can Shine
I Can Shine is dedicated to the delivery of quality recreational programs for individuals with disabilities.
Web site: www.icanshine.org
- Live The Ride, LLC
Cycling apparel and gifts
Web site: www.bicyclegifts.com
Personalized, commemorative event photo book.
Web site: www.liveality.com
- Peak 1 Sports
Custom Cycling Jerseys
Web site: www.peak1sports.com
- People For Bikes (Bikes Belong)
Collecting pledges for better biking to unite one million voices for better and safer biking in the U.S.
Web site: www.peopleforbikes.org
- Q7 Cycling
Quality gear for the sphere! Cycling apparel!
Web site: www.q7cycling.com
- R & B Bicycle Stands
Superstand Bicycle Stands and Accessories
- S & K Innovations
IQ Massager Pro, Click It Hot & Cold pads
Number one selling sock in cycling, combining compression moisture-wicking, blister-free technology
Web site: www.swiftwick.com
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