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How Many Ride the Whole Route?

I know there’s no good way to track this, but does anybody (particularly experienced riders) have any idea how many people ride the whole route versus the various shorter versions (partial weeks, sag days, whatever)?

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BarryTantlinger, July 28, 2019 at 11:45 am

Here are the survey results from 2018…
30.77% of respondents were first time riders, about the same as last year
71.71% rode the full 428 miles of the ride, same as last year
6.71% rode the Gravel Loop through Moorhead, similar to last year
23.65% rode the Karras Loop through New Sharon, 6% fewer than last year
68.25% of riders spend $25-$50 per day on RAGBRAI
17.27% spend $50-$75 per day
5.15% are vegetarian, 2.88% eat only gluten-free foods
39.63% might eat a vegetarian or gluten free meal option; 51.90% would never
67.55% of riders are male; 59.5% are between the ages of 45-65

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jpclark7, July 28, 2019 at 1:53 pm

Damn! There be some old people on this ride! ;-)

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T. Gap Woo, July 28, 2019 at 4:32 pm

[quote quote=1310314]Damn! There be some old people on this ride! ?[/quote]

Sit back and relax, Son, and try to keep up with us. Pay attention to your elders. You might learn something!

When you reach the exalted status of “senior citizen,” I hope you are physically able to do what we “old people” have already done before you.

I’m off my soapbox now. I shall wrestle with you no more.

See you along the I-O-Way next year.

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Alan_50501, July 28, 2019 at 5:59 pm

I will ride the whole week unless something comes up and I cant..

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