After RAGBRAI was delayed to 2021, it was announced that the route would be remaining the same for the ride, which will run July 25-31.

“The towns along the route have already put a substantial amount of work and resource into planning and will have the opportunity to showcase their communities in 2021,” the RAGBRAI statement from April 20 read. “While we wish we were biking across Iowa this July, our resolve is to make 2021 even better, and we look forward to lifting up these communities when it is safe.”

When Anamosa’s inclusion in the RAGBRAI route for the first time since 2012 was announced, the ride heading to Anamosa was the longest day. The trip from Waterloo to Anamosa is 85-miles with 3,078-feet-of-climb trek. That day will also include the Karras Loop, an add-on route that pushes Thursday’s total mileage over 100. It’s named for ride co-founder John Karras.






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