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2011 RAGBRAI ROUTE

I have wanted to ride Ragbrai ever since high school.

Well, @ age 53 I think it might just happen….and what I am really excited about is that the ride finishes in my home town of Davenport.

Just wanted to post the route and mileage for this years route

2011 Route Maps

http://ragbrai.com/routemaps/2011-interactive-maps/


GLENWOOD — Saturday, July 23

Population: 5,358

History: 1980, 1984, 1989, 1992, 2003

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ATLANTIC — Sunday, July 24

Population: 7,257

History: 1974, 1980, 1989, 1991, 2001

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CARROLL — Monday, July 25

Population: 10,098

History: 1980, 1988, 1994

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BOONE — Tuesday, July 26

Population: 12,803

History: 1975, 1988, 1998; also a pass-through town three times, last time in 2008

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ALTOONA  — Wednesday, July 27

Population: 13,301

History: First time as overnight town; pass-through town in 1973, on inaugural ride

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GRINNELL — Thursday, July 28

Population: 9,105

History: 1976, 1991, 2001

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CORALVILLE — Friday, July 29

Population: 17,269

History: 1995, 2001, 2006

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DAVENPORT — Saturday, July 30

Population: 98,359

History: 1973, 1982

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MILEAGE AND CLIMB

Day 1 — 64.2 miles    4,946 climb
Day 2 — 65.4 miles   4,798 climb
Day 3 — 70.9 miles  1,784 climb
Day 4 — 56.1 miles    1,246 climb
Day 5 — 57.5 miles   3,294 climb
Day 6 — 75.3 miles    2,800 climb
Day 7 — 64.8 miles    2,338 climb
Total — 454.2 miles   21,206 climb




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4 thoughts on “2011 RAGBRAI ROUTE

  1. Gerald says:

    We are looking forward to haveing you join our team from First Assembly Des Moines on RAGBRAI. This will be the team’s 28th year on the 450 mile ride. p.s. Iowa is NOT flat.

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