Ride through 250+ years of women’s history with Amanda Clark from the Missouri Historical Society. Learn the deeper stories of well-known women like Josephine Baker, Madame Chouteau, and Harriet Scott, as well as lesser-known and hidden histories of so many more.
This guided group bike ride takes place on city streets, at a slow pace for people of all comfort levels.
General InformationRide Start Time: 9 a.m.Check-In Begins: 8 a.m.Start Location: MO History Museum fountain, 5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112Routes Length (in miles): 11 miles (roughly one hour of leisurely riding, broken up by six stops)Terrain: Paved city streets
A HUGE thank you to our sponsors:
2022 Trailnet Community Rides sponsors: REI, The Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis Public Radio, Chamois Butt'r
Every Trailnet Community Ride includes:
- Guided tour- One rest stop with water and snacks- Mechanical assistance
Volunteers are the most crucial part of making our Trailnet rides so successful. Did you know that all volunteers receive a free ride voucher for a future ride? Email [email protected] for more info.
COVID GuidelinesWe are following local and federal guidelines for COVID-19 and have measures in place to allow people to ride safely. We appreciate your cooperation.
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