Tue, Jun 11, 2013 | by Andrea ParrottShare
In honor of Corn on the Cob Day, we wanted to share our favorite corny joke –
Why is Pirate Corn the best kind of corn on the cob?
It’s a buck an ear!
A big thanks to nuun for supporting RAGBRAI and keeping riders hydrated this summer!
Thank you to TransIowa Equipment for helping keep the #RAGBRAI towns clean every day!
Just wanted to thank Jamis Bikes for supporting #RAGBRAI this summer. This is the 3rd year Jamis has brought a fleet of bikes to Iowa.
Just wanted to thank Bianchi for their continued support of #RAGBRAI every summer by bringing their demo team to Iowa!
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Well, RAGBRAI came and went, and I hope you were well prepared and had a great time. Hopefully you learned something to do better for next year.
Check out this great RAGBRAI video from Ryan Van Duzer, who travels the world and creating content aimed at inspiring people to hit the road.
The Dream Team uses the power of a bicycle to assist youth in developing a positive approach to life’s challenges.
This year’s winner of the RAGBRAI Kid’s Art Contest is 9 year old Grace from Shenandoah. Grace’s artwork depicted the local theme in Shenandoah of “Peace, Love, Ride”
Amid tragedy and serendipity, you can't make this stuff up.
Take a look back on all the fun moments the Des Moines Register staff captured on video during RAGBRAI 2016.
Riders brave the swinging bridge in Columbus Junction.
Winds remain out of the northeast for Saturday and with partly sunny skies, highs will hold in the lower 80s. The weekend looks dry for the most part, perfect for those finishing up Ragbrai or maybe heading out to the Indianola Balloon Classic.
Omaha-based Team Pump's bus is one of the most colorful, and oldest, team buses currently operating in RAGBRAI.
Hal Colliver has been collecting signs since 1973. Its a hobby of his he loves to share with others who often stop by to look at his barn.
Teresa Condon and Tracy Henriksen have fun in their infant costumes.
Riders take over Wooden Wheel Vineyard
The complete century ride, including the Karras Loop, from Leon to Centerville on RAGBRAI 2016.
Lyle Dumont has built and rebuilt enough model trains and full size tractors to fill 30,000 square feet of space. Take a look around his collections
\u0022The best part of this job is hearing all the thank-yous,\u0022 Iowa State Patrol trooper says.
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