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2024 Juneteenth Community Ride presented by River City Outdoors

St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri

Sat 15th June 2024

1 race

Organiser's Description

This Juneteenth, celebrate St. Louis’s Black artists, musicians, and history with a bike ride featuring live music. Join Trailnet & 4 The Ville with support from the Missouri Historical Society, and Regional Arts Commission, on Saturday, June 17, for a group bicycle ride with performances from area musicians and storytellers sharing the city’s history. 
This year's Juneteenth celebration features post-event activities and live music. Food vendors will be on-site including Juice Masters and Mighty Me food truck which offers an array of delicious sandwiches and snacks with vegetarian/vegan options. 
We are also excited to offer a special 1-day rental on bikes provided by Urban Big Shark at their City Foundry location. Bikes may be rented for the 17th but picked up on the 16th. For rental information and pricing please click here.
Additionally, Bird Co scooter rentals will be available for Saturday's ride. These have been provided free of charge courtesy of Bird Co. Supplies are limited so advance reservation is recommended. 18 and up age restriction. If you are interested in riding along on a Bird, please see the add-on section during registration. 
Check out the video from the 2021 Juneteenth celebration produced by our friends at Foveal Media!  
Event Schedule
9 am - registration/check-in opens10:00 am - ride leaves Tandy Recreation Center1:30 pm - rough estimation on ride returning to Tandy Recreation Center
Start Location: Tandy Recreation Center (4206 Kennerly Ave, St. Louis, MO 63113)
Routes Length (in miles): roughly 11 miles (leisurely riding broken up by four stops)
Terrain: Paved city streets
About Trailnet Community Rides
Trailnet Community Rides are guided, slow-paced, group bike rides that explore the history and culture of the St. Louis Community. Community Rides generally last around 3 hours. There are no staffed rest stops on these rides, and we cannot guarantee access to restrooms or water. Please plan accordingly. 


  • 2024 Juneteenth Community Ride

    Sat 15th June 2024



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