• Mary Green
  • Sun February 14 2021
  • Posted Feb 14

With wider vaccine availability expected in the coming weeks and months, RAGBRAI organizers are pushing forward with planning this summer’s ride for late July.

But there are still a lot of details to figure out about what this year’s ride and its overnight stops will look like.

RAGBRAI, the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, was called off last summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s river-to-river ride, scheduled to kick off July 25 in Le Mars and wrap up July 31 in Clinton, will feature most of the same overnight stops as the postponed 2020 route, including Waterloo and Anamosa.

In normal years, the ride can bring in an influx of up to 20,000 people to cities and towns along its path, and that’s meant a night of good business for local bars, restaurants, and stores.





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