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RAGBRAI 2009 overnight stops announced

DES MOINES (KWWL) -- RAGBRAI organizers have announced the eight overnight stops on the annual statewide bike ride.

The route cuts through the southern half of the state and includes Council Bluffs, Red Oak, Greenfield, Indianola, Chariton, Ottumwa, Mt. Pleasant and Burlington.

The 37th Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa starts July 19.

The ride brings an estimated 20,000 people along with an economic boost of up to $2 million for the overnight stop communities.

RAGBRAI is the longest, largest and oldest touring bicycle ride in the world. Registration must be postmarked by Feb. 15. Online registrations are due April 1.

Click here to visit the official RAGBRAI site.

Online Producer: Jenn Jarvis

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