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Maple Leaf Bicycle Tour
Other, Metric Century, Century
Sat, Oct 8, 2016
15 Mile Tour 40 Mile Tour 62 Mile Tour 80 Mile Tour 100 Mile Tour
1215 Esterly Dr.
Carthage, MO 64836
Online registration ends on:
Thu, Oct 6, 2016 11:00 PM CDT
15 Mile Tour
40 Mile Tour
62 Mile Tour
80 Mile Tour
100 Mile Tour
About This Activity
Experience the thrill of seeing the area’s best fall foliage from the unique vantage point of a bicycle. Register before September 20, 2016 for best rates and to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Choose from a 15 mile out and back ride or 40, 62, 80 or 100 mile loops.
Ride starts at Kellogg Lake Park. Kellogg Lake is located along MO Highway 96 on the east side of Carthage. The park’s address is 1215 Esterly Dr, Carthage MO 64836.
Ride routes will be following lesser traveled paved roads in northern Jasper County. Staffed rest stops with food, drink and bathrooms are spaced along the route. Approximate assent: 100 mile=1730 ft, 80 mile=1352 ft, 62 mile=1034 ft, 40 mile=700 ft, 15 mile=272 ft.
Register before September 20, 2016 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. $5 price increase starting on September 20th. T-shirts will be in men's sizes. Day of ride registration will be available. Cash or check only for day of registrants. A limited number of T-shirts may be available for day of registrants.
Severe weather will cancel the ride. In the event of a cancellation all fees paid will be considered a donation to the Joplin Trails Coalition.
Discuss This Activity
Joplin Trails Coalition
The Joplin Trails Coalition is a group dedicated to creating and maintaining walking and biking trails in and around Joplin, Webb City, Carthage, Oronogo and Carl Junction Missouri. We currently have two trail projects: the Frisco Greenway Trail that runs through Joplin and Webb City, and the Ruby Jack Trail that goes from Carthage, MO through Oronogo, Carl Junction, and on to the Kansas State Line. Both of these trails are "Rails To Trails" projects, meaning they are former railroads that have been converted to multi-use trails. The trails are created and maintained via the hard work of several volunteers and generous donations from individuals and businesses throughout the community. We invite you to come and explore the trails in person and to get involved with the trails by joining the Joplin Trails Coalition, volunteering on trail work days, and by supporting our annual Route 66 Mother Road Bicycle Tour and the Maple Leaf Tour.