Missouri Motorcycle Trips and Events List

Missouri is full of great motorcycle roads as the state is blessed with rolling/hilly topography & vast stretches of unspoiled scenery resulting in a smorgasbord of winding & rambling country roads for motorcycle riders to choose from. Some of the Midwest's best motorcycle rides are found in The Show Me State when you combine this great scenery with a state that has a healthy supply of tourist pleasing attractions. Attractions such as wineries, camping/hiking, quaint villages featuring antiques and artisan crafts, and world class accommodations in locations such as Branson, Kansas City, and St. Louis.




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July 11, 2015
This route goes through the Huckleberry Ridge Conservation Area. It's nestled in pine tree's and you will see deer and people trail...
The road has many twists and turns and the road condition is good, just no shoulder.
In beautiful Southwest Missouri. 1/2 mile south of Pineville, Mo K highway turns East. Only 9 miles long but a nice ride...
March 12, 2015
Some small farms, but mostly wooded and some scenic views. Sometimes can see bald eagles...
Great pavement. A BUNCH of sweeping turns, dips, hills, sharp curves and twists..
2 hills are swallow your heart kind of hills!...
Start in Seligman, MO
Turn East on Highway 112 towards Mark Twain Nat'l Forrest
Turn right onto Highway F at Roaring River...
January 25, 2015
You will get to see 2 lakes,
Taneycomo & Table Rock, as well as a State Park & marina, & Branson itself...
Perfect blacktop with undulating hills & a few twisties thrown in to keep you alert.
Start off in Branson by Lake Taneycomo at the BassPro store. Head over the lake on the bottom bridge you can see...
October 27, 2014
This route takes you in an around the Mark Twain National forest. Many great overlooks and lots of creek and river crossings....
Hwy T was just chip and sealed a few months ago. Great condition, very few bumps and some really great twisties. Hwy...
From Ozark, MO go east on Hwy 14 to Sparta. Go south on Hwy 125 to Oldfield. From Oldfield start the route...
September 3, 2014
The scenery along this route is very similar to the scenery along 94 north of the MO river, but with a few...
Lots of sweeping curves and twisties along this route. Good quality pavement. Be careful going through residential areas; watch for traffic entering...
From Washington MO, take MO 47 south to Union MO, then get on Highway V going East. Go straight across MO 100...
July 10, 2014
This route gives the rider a little taste of what the Missouri ozarks has to offer, as we ride into the northeast...
Hwy 5 is perfect, however the others should be traveled with a watchful eye. We did encounter some gravel on Hwy 135...
This route begins in the little town of Stover, MO. Stover is located on Hwy 52, between Cole Camp and Versailles. From...
January 5, 2014
This is Ozark country, lots of trees, rolling hills and banked turns. I think I passed fewer than 10 cars on the...
I almost called this a five, but there were a few areas of broken pavement. In all though, there were no concerns,...
Take route 23 north out of Eureka Springs, AR across the Missouri Board where you'll come into Eagle Rock. Missouri route 86...
September 9, 2013
This rout has a combination of river bottom farmland and hilly forests. It is especially nice in the fall!
This is a fairly narrow, curvy and hilly route. The pavement isn't glassy smooth, but there were no potholes or ruts at...
Route J between Big Springs, MO and Mineola, MO. 10 miles
August 27, 2013
At first you will be cruising through some Missouri farmland, but not for long. Once you get to Hwy U prepare yourself...
This is a very good road to cruise the Hogs! I don't think I saw a pothole the entire ride. Once you...
From Clinton, Mo you will head on East on Hwy 7 for 10 miles. You will then turn right on SE Hwy...
June 18, 2013
this is a longer trip but you will see old route 66 businesses, rivers, bluffs over looking old farm land, the beautiful...
old route 66 is just that old, watch out for bumps and pot holes, but once you get on the lettered highways...
Starting on Kingshighway in Rolla, head west and get on the south outer road(old route 66) that follows the interstate, it is...
March 25, 2013
As you leave the St. Louis metro area heading south on hwy 61, you enter many small river towns along Mississippi River....
there are a lot of meandering turns on this route that make the ride fun and peaceful. The road surface is great...
This is a ride our motorcycle club begins the riding season with. Start on Missouri Hwy61 in Festus, MO.heading south. Stay on...
March 9, 2013
Scenery is terrific. The route covers mostly rugged wooded areas which occassionally opers up to beautiful vistas at bluffs. At other times...
The road is mostly well maintained. However, watch for gravel that may have washed across the road after strong rains.
Take Mo-49 from Cherryville, MO to the intersection of MO-49 & US-67.
This ride is route MO-49 in southeast Missouri in the...
February 18, 2013
This route will take you through some hills and sweeping curves as you travel through some of Missouri's farm land. You'll leave...
This route has a lot of challenging curves, abundant with hills as well as a few straight sections that will allow you...
If you are near the Sedalia, MO area and are looking for a short, fun ride, you should consider this route. You...
October 26, 2012
State HWY63 North from Columbia, Mo to State HWY124 (~12mi): This super-slab divided 4-lane highway can be very fast, but quickly releases...
This entire ride is either super-slab in great condition, or roads freshly paved in 2011-2012. A real delight.
State HWY63 North from Columbia, Mo
West (L) on State HWY124
East (L) on State HWY240
East (L) on State HWY40
(Exit)...
October 22, 2012
Typical missouri scenery, fields, farmland, some streams, nice sweeping hills
Typical 2 lane country highway with some residential houses alongside. The road has lots of undulating turns, elevation changes and the surface...
From I-70 in Columbia, take North Route E (N Stadium BLVD) north up to West Bennedict Rd. Take a right and head...
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Checkout Upcoming Motorcycle Events in Missouri

2016-06-26 : 2016-06-26

Jeff Williams Motorcycle Swap Meet

The Kansas City Missouri Motorcycle Swap Meets are held at the Twin Dirve In Theater, in Independence, MO. The drive in is located on 291 Hwy, 6 miles north of I-70, in Independence, MO (East of Downtown Kansas City).The swap meet is held outdoors. There is a snack bar at the drive in. General admission is $6.00 per person, buy or sell. The event is open to the public from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm and is held regardless of weather. ~4

2016-06-25 : 2016-06-25

Rides for Guides - Motorcycle Poker Run

The IAM Midwest Territory and Guide Dogs of America are proud to sponsor the 8th Annual “Rides for Guides” Motorcycle Poker Run. The event will be held Saturday, June 25, 2016 at the IAM District 837 hall located at 212 Utz Lane, Hazelwood, MO. Registration starts at 8 am. Rider/driver meeting at 8:30 am. Ride begins at 9 am sharp. ~4

2016-06-25 : 2016-06-25

LoneRiders 6th Annual Charity Poker Run

6th annual Charity Poker run to benefit Cardinal Glennon's Childrens Hospital and Ronald McDonald House St. Louis. Start and end location St. Charles Harley-Davidson plus 4 stops throughout St. Charles County. Food, Drinks, Vendors, Live band and raffle. ~4

2016-06-25 : 2016-06-25

Dustin House of Hope 2nd Annual Poker Run

Charity Ride which battles the "demons" we call PTSD. Proceeds go to maintaining a retreat for anyone suffering from this disease. The cabin is located on Finley River in Fordland MO. The surroundings are peaceful, relaxing, and comforting to those in need of healing the mind, body and soul. Our goal is to touch the lives of those that are suffering and battling this disease. ~4

2016-06-20 : 2016-06-20

Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Day 2016

Ride your motorcycle or scooter on this day to demonstrate: * The number of motorcyclists to the general public and to politicians. * That motorcyclists are from all occupations and all walks of life. * That motorcyclists can reduce traffic and parking congestion in large cities. * That motorcycles are for transportation as well as recreation. * That motorcycling is a social good. Ride to Work Day was inspired by "Work to Ride - Ride to Work'" marketing materials created between 1989 and 1991 by the Aero Design and Manufacturing Company, a Minnesota based manufacturer of motorcycle riders clothing. In 1992 these items inspired motorcycle magazine editor Fred Rau to write an editorial calling for a national ride to work day. The first annual Ride to Work Day event was proposed in Road Rider magazine (now titled Motorcycle Consumer News) in the May 1992 issue. This is an excerpt from that "Ride to Work" editorial: "You may remember several months ago when Bob Carpenter, commenting in his 'Two Up' column, mentioned how neat he thought it would be if there was one day a year when everyone who owned a motorcycle used it to ride to work. That comment was prompted by a T-shirt produced by Aerostich RiderWear that simply said, 'Work To Ride, Ride To Work.' Everyone seemed to think that a national 'Ride To Work' day was one heck of a good idea." The first Ride to Work Day event date was July 22nd, 1992. For several years various motorcycle businesses informally promoted every third Wednesday in July as Ride To Work Day. These early advocates included Road Rider Magazine, Dunlop Tires, and Aerostich/Riderwearhouse. The event continued to grow as an informal grass roots demonstration every year until 2000. That year a non-profit organization, Ride to Work was formed to help organize and promote Ride to Work Day. The first Ride to Work Day event led by this group was the third Wednesday in July of 2001. This day was the annual day until 2008, when it was changed to the Third Monday In June. This change was made to climatically better accommodate riders world-wide, and to give more riders an opportunity to participate. Ride to Work is a 501 c4 nonprofit, all-volunteer effort. Organizers include Andy Goldfine, Lynn Wisneski and Christine Holt. ~4

     

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