So my wife ride a traditional tandem with a trailer, just so you know. Catrike has a three wheel tandem and I think they have a group on RAGBRAI. Banana man has two trikes hooked together that he rides. It must be 15 feet long, so yours won’t be a problem.
Y’all know that the RAGBRAI baggage truck is free with your registration. You can either ride your bike into town or take the shuttle bus. Of course the night Hairball plays, everybody gets to hear the concert.
Late to the game, didn’t realize there was such a brewhaha until I read TJs post.
TJ I wrote you some unkind things about the last day last year, you responded back pretty strong and that’s ok. I want to say you do a great job, now on to the subject. This is my 6th RAGBRAI and my wife’s 11th, I’m from Iowa she is not. I’ve wanted to start in…[Read more]
We use the RAGBRAI baggage truck. I don’t know why they don’t drop bags at the long term parking, but that’s another story.
We were parked in long term parking, so needed a shuttle to get our bags there. We didn’t see a sign for the shuttles but found volunteers to show us the way. The shuttle driver missed my wife’s stop so it took extra time…[Read more]
Are any teams planning to meet in Harpers Ferry instead of Lansing? I remember a couple of years ago in Guttenberg, it was a mess. Harpers Ferry is right on the river and thought they may meet up there.
If you train by getting up to 85 miles one day a then do 70 the next I don’t think the hills will be a problem. Its a southern route so it will be hilly, but oh well. I was worried about the winds until I did my first ragbrai, and after that, no big deal. The wind will blow.