Adult camping northeast iowa

29-Sep-2017 04:03 by 6 Comments

Adult camping northeast iowa

The event is seven days of riding with an average of 67 miles per day through the Iowa countryside. Anyone not riding a bicycle (a support vehicle driver, family members, or friends riding in a vehicle) must enter as a non-rider.A week-long rider fee is $175 (plus tax); a week-long non-rider fee is $35 (plus tax).

It has covered thousands of miles through the years, and hundreds of thousands of riders have hopped in the saddle to pedal part of those miles. It started in 1973 as a six-day ride across the state of Iowa by two Des Moines Register columnists who invited a few friends along. RAGBRAI is planned and coordinated by The Des Moines Register, and riders who participate in RAGBRAI understand that they do so at their own risk.

In the beginning, no one imagined that RAGBRAI would become the Iowa tradition it is now.

We at The Des Moines Register thank all the riders who have joined us over the years.

We change the route each year and announce the overnight towns in late January at the RAGBRAI Route Announcement Party, in The Des Moines Register and on our website.

Eight Iowa communities along the RAGBRAI route serve as “host” communities for overnight stays.

If you are under the age of 18 at the time of registration, you and your parents/guardians are required to submit a signed RAGBRAI minor waiver (both pages); original copy only, faxed or scanned waivers will not be accepted.

The entry deadline is April 1 (or February 15 if completing a manual/paper application).

Instead of registering to ride for the week, participants may enter for daily rider wristbands.

The daily wristband fee for one day is (plus tax) for riders.

Entries can exceed the number of riders allowed, so a random computer lottery takes place after all of the entries are entered in the computer.

You must register and provide payment in order to be considered for the lottery.

Daily wristbands are not subject to the lottery process and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.