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Tuesday Night Ride Springbike’s Gary Reed will be here on Tuesdays throughout the season. Several others attend this 19-20 mile Springbike route that leaves from Pleasant View Middle school, which is just east of Glenstone (Highway H in the county) on Highway AA (Do not go to the city of Pleasant Hope). The roads are fairly quiet and the hills are friendly. Gary promises a no-drop ride at whatever pace is required for those that are just getting started or…Find out more »
Wednesday Night Wisenheimer Ride Our Wednesday night ride leaves from our shop promptly at 6:00 pm. We quickly work our way out to beautiful farm roads for a 24ish to 31ish mile loop depending daylight. Avg. pace is 15-16 mph. Road bikes preferred. Helmets mandatory. Refreshments afterwards at the shop. http://www.facebook.com/events/1327510130782257/Find out more »
Thursday Night Ride 15 miles at 15 mph Above all else - we want TNR to be safe. 3 TNR groups. Each of a maximum of 25 riders or less. This group is an average of 15 mph, leaving at 5:55 pm from Temple Israel, doing this course (www.strava.com/routes/27240240) or (ridewithgps.com/routes/32636844) or (www.komoot.com/tour/184089483). If you want more miles don't stop or ride earlier. Please remember, all roads are 100% open to traffic - and motorists are trying to get home,…Find out more »
Fryday Nyght w SpotyFry - Candy Playlist 10+ mile 10-12 mph ride that with SpotyFry tunes! Music starts at 6:15, photos @ 6:25, ride out @ 6:30. http://www.facebook.com/events/1025444774455653/Find out more »
2020 Tour de Corn Charity Bike Ride The friendliest, flattest, "funnest" ride around -- it's the 19th Annual Tour de Corn Charity Bike Ride in East Prairie, Mo.! Our small-town ride features four fully supported routes of approx. 15-, 30-, 65- and 100-mile distances. And Tour de Corn has become a rider favorite thanks in large part to the flat routes (greatest climb = only a 4.2% on the 100-mile route), overwhelming volunteer hospitality and down-home goodies, including home-baked cookies,…Find out more »