The Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa

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21 Jan

RAGBRAI XLV: Take it easy, go north

Lucas Grundmeier - 17 comments

The overnight towns for the 45th RAGBRAI have finally been revealed!

27 Jul

What to look for Wednesday on RAGBRAI

Lucas Grundmeier - 0 comments

Wednesday has it all: a resort, John Karras, a rodeo bull.

24 Jul

What to look for on Sunday on RAGBRAI

Lucas Grundmeier - 0 comments

It's about 50 miles out of the chute (plus a gravel loop?)

23 Jul

Lance Armstrong lost-bag tweet elicits disparaging responses

Lucas Grundmeier - 8 comments

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 ...

22 Jul

Milford police: Drunken driver injured RAGBRAI pedestrians

Lucas Grundmeier - 1 comment

A central Iowa woman was charged with drunken driving and failure to use headlamps late Sunday after authorities said she ran into two pedestrians who had been riding RAGBRAI, the ...

25 Jul

Expect rain Friday along RAGBRAI route

Lucas Grundmeier - 1 comment

Thunderstorms expected to form in northwest Iowa Thursday were expected to affect the overnight stop in Oskaloosa and Friday’s ride to Fairfield, meteorologists said. Thunderstorms were forecast to move through central ...

23 Jul

Aerial photos: To Des Moines from Perry

See the masses from the air in these 42 photos taken from a plane above RAGBRAI XLI on Tuesday.

14 Dec

State cycling exhibit in 2013 to feature RAGBRAI

Lucas Grundmeier - 0 comments

A new exhibit at the State Historical Building will feature the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa as part of the state’s cycling history, officials announced Friday night. The exhibition ...

28 Jul

Davenport officials plan minor route changes if river floods

Lucas Grundmeier - 0 comments

The record rainfall Wednesday and Thursday in the Dubuque area has prompted RAGBRAI organizers in Davenport to make contingency plans to deal with a rapid rise of the Mississippi River. Only ...