Ride weekend is June 5–6, 2021.

Revel in late springtime beauty as you ride tree-lined crushed limestone trails, country roads, blacktop, and paved bike paths that take you near, and sometimes over, the Missouri River. We’ll do a different loop each day. Route lengths vary within each loop, so choose the one that fits you best.

Tentative North Loop

June 5

Day 1 means it’s time to get after it. The path is ahead of you and fun and festivities await back at Arbor Day Farm.

Short Route

 19.6 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   3:00 p.m.

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Medium Route

 43.6 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   2:00 p.m.

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Long Route

 65.7 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   1:00 p.m.

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Tentative South Loop

June 6

Nothing like a Sunday ride through the beautiful countryside. It’s the perfect way to wrap up your Radler Bike Festival experience.

Short Route

 22.3 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   9:00 a.m.

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Medium Route

 45.6 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   9:00 a.m.

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Long Route

 65 Miles   Start at Historic Barns   9:00 a.m.

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Bike Recommendations

If it’s a bike and it rolls, it will probably work on The Ride. You’ll fit right in with a mountain, road, hybrid, commuter, cyclo-cross, or fat tire bike. Keep in mind, however, that the 60-mile route on Saturday will potentially include some rougher terrain.

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