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2013 Route Maps



The route will be announced on January 25, 2104. This page will be updated after the route is announced.

This information below is for 2013 (or last year’s RAGBRAI).

Click to download RAGBRAI XLI Daily Maps and a Map Key.

Please note that these are large files and may take some time to download.

 

Sunday, July 21
Council Bluffs to Harlan (pdf file)

Day 1 2013

 

Monday, July 22
Harlan to Perry (pdf file)

Day 2 2013

 

Tuesday, July 23
Perry to Des Moines (pdf file)

Day 3 2013

 

Wednesday, July 24
Des Moines to Knoxville (pdf file)

Day 4 2013

 

Thursday, July 25
Knoxville to Oskaloosa (pdf file)

Day 5 2013

 

Friday, July 26
Oskaloosa to Fairfield (pdf file)

Day 6 2013

 

Saturday, July 27
Fairfield to Fort Madison (pdf file)

Day 7 2013

 

Map Key
RAGBRAI Map Key 2013 (pdf file)

Map Key 2013

 

Elevations
RAGBRAI Elevations 2013 (pdf file)

Elevations 2013

 

Support Vehicles
RAGBRAI Support Vehicles 2013 (pdf file)  

Vehicle Route Map 2013 Pg 1Vehicle Route Map 2013 Pg 2

 

Click here to download a PDF of the RAGBRAI XLI Route Map

Click on the photo to zoom in or download the PDF.

Here’s a day-to-day breakdown of the RAGBRAI XLI  Overnight Host Communities:

Council Bluffs, Saturday July 20

Harlan, Sunday July 21

Perry, Monday July 22

Des Moines, Tuesday July 23

Knoxville, Wednesday July 24

Oskaloosa, Thursday July 25

Fairfield, Friday July 26

Fort Madison, Saturday July 27

 

Support Vehicle Maps will available around July 3

 

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