Saturday, July 23rd
Web site: Glenwood
Sunday, July 24th
Web site: Atlantic
Monday, July 25th
Web site: Carroll
Tuesday, July 26th
Web site: Boone
Wednesday, July 27th
Web site: Altoona
Thursday, July 28th
Web site: Grinnell
Friday, July 29th
Web site: Coralville
Saturday, July 30th
Web site: Davenport
2011 RAGBRAI Route
Route subject to change
Sunday, July 24
Monday, July 25
Manning (Meeting Town)
Tuesday, July 26
Wednesday, July 27
Thursday, July 28
Colfax (Meeting Town)
Rock Creek State Park
Friday, July 29
MILEAGE AND CLIMB
Sunday – Day 1 — 64.2 miles 4,946 climb
Monday – Day 2 — 65.4 miles 4,798 climb
Tuesday – Day 3 — 70.9 miles 1,784 climb
Wednesday – Day 4 — 56.1 miles 1,246 climb
Thursday – Day 5 — 57.5 miles 3,294 climb
Friday – Day 6 — 75.3 miles 2,800 climb
Saturday – Day 7 — 64.8 miles 2,338 climb
Total — 454.2 miles 21,206 climb
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Riders stopped for photos on a bluff overlooking the mighty Mississippi River at Guttenberg.
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The LeBeaus are known as royalty on RAGBRAI and for their funky socks.
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