RAIN is supported with rest stops at the 40 mile mark, the 65 mile mark, a full lunch stop at the 90 mile mark and another rest stop at the 130 mile mark. You can easily do the ride without support, but many riders rely on support vehicles if they don't want to stop or have special preferences on the type of food and drinks they want.TurboTurtle said:Bring your own support car because I believe that it is totally unsupported. - TF
It's July 15. It starts in Terre Haute, IN and ends in Richmond, IN.Mr. Versatile said:When is it? Where does it start/end?
Thanks Tom.Tom said:It's July 15. It starts in Terre Haute, IN and ends in Richmond, IN.
Most of the route follows US 40 except you'll go south at Plainfield to route to the southside of Indy instead of going through downtown. It's close to the same route that RAAM takes through the state.