RAGBRAI is going to end in Davenport for it's 50th year and organizers are working on getting volunteers together.

The last weekend of July is going to be wild in Davenport, with both the Bix on Saturday and the RAGBRAI race ending in town too.

The Davenport RAGBRAI Committee is looking for volunteers for different aspects of the race to help out the bikers who travel 500 miles in about 7 days. They definitely need you if you have a truck and trailer to help move RAGBRAI bikers' bikes after they've made it to Davenport.

The dip location will be the Marquette Street Boat Ramp where bikers will dip their tires in the river and we'll all celebrate and take pictures. From there, bikers will go on to party (and drink if they haven't already) at Union Station and through downtown Davenport.

There are 30,000 cyclists signed up for RAGBRAI, representing every state in the U.S. and 18 countries around the world.

If you don't have a truck and trailer but still want to help, you can see the list of volunteer positions needed and sign up for whatever you can do on the RAGBRAI volunteers' website. There are volunteers needed to be parking attendants, set up at information tables, helping with the shuttle buses, and more.

This isn't the first year that the world-famous race has had it's grand finale in Davenport. RAGBRAI has ended in Davenport 4 times in the past: 1972, 2011, 2015, and 2018. And now, for the race's 50th anniversary, it will wrap up in Davenport again.

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