RAGBRAI XLIV Countdown – July 24-30, 2016
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Exhibitor Information



RAGBRAI 2016 kicks off with the RAGBRAI Expo in Glenwood Iowa!

Booth space is full, exhibitor applications are no longer being accepted

The oldest, largest and longest multi-day bicycle touring event in the world, begins with the RAGBRAI Expo held in Glenwood Iowa, the starting town for RAGBRAI XLIV. The Expo offers a unique opportunity to exhibit, sell, sample and demonstrate products and services to more than 25,000 bicycle enthusiasts. RAGBRAI attracts participants from all 50 states and many foreign countries and provides an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your products and services to an enthusiastic, active and loyal group of cyclists.

RAGBRAI Expo Demographics

  • 25,000+ Expo participants
  • 80+ exhibitors
  • 67% men
  • 33% women
  • 69% have household income over $75,000
  • 50% have household income over $100,000
  • Participants of RAGBRAI XLIII came from all 50 states, Washington D.C., the Virginia Islands and 18 foreign countries.

 

Previous RAGBRAI Expo exhibitors include: Trek, Cannondale, Specialized, Giant, Bianchi, Yakima, Shimano, Primal, CamelBak, Topeak, Thule, Moxie Cycling, Serfas, Clif Bar, Saris, Keen, Canari, Gatorade, Chamois Butt’r, Polar Bottle, Mavic, Missouri Tourism, Wald, Ergo, Feedback Sports and more.

How to exhibit?

Booth space at the expo is no longer available.  Take a look at our Promotional Opportunities Brochure, and consider joining us for the 2017 Expo!

RAGBRAI 2016 Promotional Opportunities Brochure
RAGBRAI 2016 Promotional Opportunities Agreement

2016 Expo Exhibitors

How to advertise?

RAGBRAI.com is a great place for riders from all over to connect with each other and stay informed. It is a place for riders to share stories, view photo galleries, register and purchase RAGBRAI merchandise.

  • In July of 2015, RAGBRAI.com had over 2.2 million page views from nearly 306,000 unique visitors.
  • Non-ride months generate nearly a half million page views of traffic every month.
  • Unique visitors to RAGBRAI.com increased by 7% in 2015.

 

There are many opportunities to get involved with RAGBRAI.  Please see the brochure for a description of all those opportunities.  For questions please contact:

Scott Garner
Assistant RAGBRAI Director
Phone: 515-284-8483
Email: scott@ragbrai.com

 

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