The Raccoon River Valley Trail is one of the premiere trails in Iowa. Passes are required and help support the development, maintenance, and improvement of the RRVT. This the former right-of-way of a railroad built in the 1870s and early 1880s. The first section of the Raccoon River Valley Trail opened on Oct. 7, 1989, with a 34-mile route completed in 1990 from Waukee to Yale. The last section, a former railroad right-of-way on which a 33-mile “north loop” of the RRVT was completed in 2013. Trail pass is valid for the 2020 calendar year.
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Ask yourself a simple question: “What would my summers and my life be like without RAGBRAI?” Could you imagine? No, we couldn’t either! Each of us has worked behind the scenes of RAGBRAI, and like you, has pedaled countless miles as part of this iconic Iowa treasure. RAGBRAI has had a profound impact on our lives and we are asking you and your team to join us to help fund a lasting monument, thanking the individuals who co-founded this life-changing bike ride that brings us joy each summer! It is time to properly thank John Karras and the late Donald Kaul for giving us so many wonderful summers of lasting memories and lifelong friendships over the past 47 years. If this summer pastime means as much to you and your team or club as it does to us, we ask you to help today by contributing to the RAGBRAI: River to River sculpture commemorating John Karras and Donald Kaul. The project is planned in the shadows of downtown Des Moines as part of the new Waterworks Parks project that the original RAGBRAI rode past back in 1973. Our fundraising goal is $200,000 and can be accomplished by each rider contributing $25 towards this commemorative project. For the cost of a few beers and a porkchop, you can make the difference! For teams, clubs and individuals who contribute at the $1,000 level, you will be recognized on a lasting donor plaque. RAGBRAI is proud to contribute $50,000 to this project, but we need your help.
This class is a fun, friendly introduction to bicycle maintenance for those who have little to no experience servicing a bicycle. Our certified mechanics will cover the essential services we do during a Tune Up. We provide demonstration bicycles for the lesson. The topics we cover can include, but are not limited to: -Brake Adjustments -Gear Adjustments -Drivetrain Cleaning -Proper bicycle lubrication -Standard safety check -Flat fixes & tire swaps -Emergency repair kits -Essential tools for your home workshop LOCATION Please choose location and time from choices. Pre-registration required. To register, add this item to your shopping cart and click "Check Out." Space is limited to allow for sufficient 1:1 assistance.
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