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RAGBRAI App Updated!



Less than two months to go… get your phone in shape for the ride with the updated RAGBRAI app! Here’s what you’ll find:

* Route maps: Check out zoomable maps showing pass-through towns and major roads, plus total mileage and climb, for each day of the ride

* Overnight towns: Find the main entertainment acts and other details from each of the host towns

* Updates: Follow the RAGBRAI blog for the latest news as final preparations are made

* Connect: Get easy access to follow RAGBRAI on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and see what others are saying too

* Shop: Browse the RAGBRAI store for the latest gear and jerseys.  

* Remember: Find hundreds of photos and videos from past year’s rides

Click here to update the app or download it through the Apple store.

 For non-iPhone users: our website is optimized for Android and other non-Apple devices. Visit www.RAGBRAI.com on your mobile device for a similar experience. 

9 Responses on “RAGBRAI App Updated!

Josh

May 22, 2014 at 7:20 am

I don’t understand…Android has more than 70% of the market share but there’s still no app.

Gigi From VA.Beach Va

May 22, 2014 at 8:01 am

HERE IS A LINK TO PHONE APP FOR THE OTHER 70%. THE RAGBRAI WEB SITE MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO LIST BECAUSE IT BELONGS TO A COMPANY YOU CAN BOOK WITH FOR THE RIDE. I AM NOT BOOKED WITH THE COMPANY. THE APP IS FREE AND COVERS THE SAME INFORMATION JUST DIFFERENT FORMAT HAPPY BIKING : )www.pkbelly.com/smartPhoneApp.php

Carl

May 22, 2014 at 11:50 am

Agreed… Very disappointing

Carl

May 22, 2014 at 11:50 am

Agreed… Very disappointing

Anonymous

May 23, 2014 at 6:39 pm

Android users make up well over half of all smart phone users in America. Who made the decision to spend money on an iPhone app?? Seems like the better choice would have been to develop an app that was cross platform. There are companies right here in Iowa that specialize in that kind of thing.

Paul waring

June 10, 2014 at 10:02 am

Another disappointed Android user here…

John Gainey

July 10, 2014 at 10:05 am

What??? an iPhone App but no Android? Why???

Thomas Baxter

July 12, 2014 at 11:18 am

There is a very cool FREE Android app available through Google Playstore. Search Pork Belly Ventures and you will find it. It has loads of info on the ride: daily route maps, overnight entertainment, links to local weather, etc, etc. etc.

Gabe

July 19, 2014 at 8:09 am

“QUOTE”
For non-iPhone users: our website is optimized for Android and other non-Apple devices. Visit http://www.RAGBRAI.com on your mobile device for a similar experience.

The Website is a joke, Trying to find event times and other thing going on during the ride. The few I phone users have will have it good. I looking on the computer for my wife and I having trouble finding anything for this year events or times of what is going on. I hate to be the people that are using smart phones to navigate your site.

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