UPDATE: RAGBRAI announces route, riders to dip tires at Marquette Street boat ramp

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DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -- UPDATE 10:15 a.m. RAGBRAI has released the information in regards to Davenport's involvement in this years ride.

You’ll dip your tires in the Mississippi River at the Marquette Street boat ramp before pedaling to the party by continuing through the Freight House Farmer’s Market and to the 47th annual Downtown Davenport Street Fest and RAGBRAI© Village in LeClaire Park.

Riders will dip their tires in the Mississippi River at the Marquette Street boat ramp before arriving at the party located at the Freight House Farmer's Market. There will be the 47th annual Downtown Davenport Street Fest and RAGBRAI Village in LeClaire Park.

UPDATE 4/19/18: A RAGBRAI announcement will be made on Thursday, April 19. This date marks 100 days until RAGBRAI will end in Davenport on Saturday, July 28.

The news conference will give more information on the route in Davenport, where the dip site will be, what the Davenport RAGBRAI logo will look like and more.

We will be updating our KWQC News App with more information as soon as the announcements are made.

ORIGINAL: RAGBRAI has released the route riders will take from Iowa City to Davenport on the final day of the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa.

On Saturday July 28th, riders will start in Iowa City and make a 68.9 mile route to Davenport where they'll dip their tires in the Mighty Mississippi.

The route will go through West Liberty, Atalissa, Moscow, Wilton, Wildcat Den State park, Monpelier and Blue Grass before landing in Davenport.

Joe Taylor with the Quad Cities Convention and Visitor's Bureau says the exact route in Davenport has not been finalized. So, it is not clear where in town riders will dip their tires.

Taylor says a local committee will decide the Davenport city route and announce it in the next couple of weeks.

Saturday July 28th is also the same day as the Bix7 Road Race.

For app users you can find the full list of sites, stops and routes below this article, for web users you can find the link to the right of this article.