Posted on July 20, 2019 at 12:00 PM

Day 1 Sunday 30 Miles out
31928 Tamarack Rd
Mindon, IA 51553

Day 2 Monday 37.5 Miles out37.5 Miles out
2512 White Pole Rd
Casey, IA 50048

Day3 Tuesday 19 miles out
3309 Cumming Rd
Cumming, IA 50061

Day 4 Wednesday 33 miles out
51455 200th Ave
Chariton, IA 54049

Day 5 Thursday, 30 miles out
26735 215th St
Bloomfield, IA

Day 6 Friday, 28 miles out
1499 hwy 16
Hillsboro, IA 52630

Day 7 Saturday, 37 miles out
1977 Highway 2
Donnellson,, IA 52625


Day 1 Ute, IA 24 miles from start Meet up town

Day 2 Rod and Lori Hinners 3105 390th St. Manning, IA About 30 miles from start 1 mile past Aspinwall

Day3 Steve and Madelyn Schultz 435 170th St. Ogden, IA About 30 miles from start 8 miles past Dana, IA

Day 4 Lynn and Jacy Large 3231 Hart Ave Melbourne, IA 50162 39 miles from start About 4 miles past Melbourne

Day 5 Randy and Carrie VanDeerweedt 291 Hwy F-62 Searsboro, IA 50242 28 miles from start On the Karras loop

Day 6 Kevin and Brenda Flinn 7124 Ginkgo Ave Wellman, IA 52356 25 miles from the start. 8 miles past Keota

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About Mr. Porkchop
Paul Bernhard of Bancroft, Iowa is known globally as "Mr. Pork Chop". He developed the idea for a 1.5" thick pork chop that later became known as the "Iowa Chop". He began selling and promoting these chops in the 1970s when he was leading the Kossuth County Pork Producers. He began (along with other hog farmers) grilling them for church dinners and community banquets. Later, When he became president of the Iowa Pork Producers Association, the "Iowa Chop" became a national favorite. In 1983 he started selling his chops along the Des Moines Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI). He would set up his location on a farm yard along the route hawking his wares by yelling "Pooooooooooorrk Chooooooooooop!"