My husband, myself and the other riders in our group are in the last tier. It will be some time before any of us are even eligible to get the vaccine. We can’t even get those in the first tier vaccinated here.
There was someone that tried this a couple of years ago, and advertised it here on the message boards. Not sure if this is the same person or not. I don’t know if they got any takers the last time around. Definitely more than my family is willing to spend, but I wish you the best of luck.
Sac City looks to be in the running as the replacement (this is from bikeiowa):
The Sac City Council is scheduled to meet tomorrow (Tuesday, December 15) evening for a special session to decide if the community will be an overnight stop on RAGBRAI’s 2021 route. Sac City was originally set to be a pass-through community on the 2020 route, but t…[Read more]
This is on RAGBRAI’s Facebook page today. The Sunday night town was Storm Lake.
Well RAGBRAI Nation, it’s 2020. So we won’t be announcing just one new overnight town for RAGBRAI XLVIII, we’ll be announcing two! Stay tuned, we’ll let you know about our new Sunday and Friday host towns in January.
After much consideration, and after compiling input from our RAGBRAI Advisory Board, volunteers, County Emergency Management Coordinator, local law enforcement, and local health officials, Maquoketa has made the difficult decision to not host the 2021 RAGBRAI. While we were excited to be chosen as an…[Read more]
I would say there needs to be a lot more hand sanitizer available if RAGBRAI were to happen in 2021. I usually carry my own in my jersey pocket on RAGBRAI because it sometimes can be hard to find. Every kybo should have hand sanitizer (or a central hand sanitizing/washing station), and there should be hand sanitizer placed throughout the food…[Read more]
My first RAGBRAI was 1998. My friend and I grew up in Iowa and had always seem RAGBRAI on the news. We were in college and one day decided just to go do it. We bought $80 mountain bikes at Wal-Mart (it was all we could afford as poor college students.) We were so naive. We had hardly any training miles under our belts. The first day, we applied…[Read more]