2013 Route Maps
The 20 (new), 40, 75, or 100-mile scenic loops each day of the Bike MS: Express Scripts Gateway Getaway Ride begin and end at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Columbia, MO. All routes features beautiful scenery, complete with rest stops every 10-15 miles, support & gear vehicles and first-aid stations.
Not sure which route you want to ride? That's okay, you can make a decision when you wake up at Bike MS -- or even once you've ridden a few miles and see how good you feel! Many cyclists ride a longer route on Saturday and a shorter route on Sunday. Ride whichever routes feel right to you.
Anyone can join! So dust off your bike, clean the mud off your mountain bike or borrow your neighbor's bicycle and ride! Invite friends and family to enjoy the festivities and cheer you on as you cross the finish line.
2013 Route Mileage Options
20 Mile Route
For the first time in 2013, we will be offering a short 20 mile route! If you want to hang out with your friends and family members and enjoy the full Bike MS experience, but the longer routes are not for you, check out the new 20 mile route this year!
Download Day 1 - 20 Mile Route Map
Download Day 2 - 20 Mile Route Map
40 Mile Route - Sponsored by United Health Care
Our 40 mile routes are a great option for families and casual riders. Although these routes are shorter, they will still be challenging. The roads of Mid-Missouri have rolling hills and proper
training is required.
Download Day 1 - 40 Mile Route Map
Download Day 2 - 40 Mile Route Map
75 Mile Route - Sponsored by Polsinelli
This is the main route of the Bike MS: Express Scripts Gateway Getaway Ride and the route the majority of participants ride.
Century (100 Mile) Route
Cyclists who want to challenge themselves can choose to ride the century route each day. The century loop has a turnoff in the 75 mile route that takes riders through additional countryside. If you ride the century route, please pick up your century patch at the first century rest stop each day. Riders must be at the century cut-off on the regular route by 1:00 p.m. on Saturday (mile 51) and 10:00 a.m. on Sunday (mile 20) in order to finish the century route by the official route closing time (6 p.m.). Cyclists after these times will be unsupported on the route (no SAG support or rest stops).
Time Trials (Century Route Only)
We are once again offering riders a chance to participate in a time trial. This is an optional addition to the ride, occuring only once cyclists have turned onto the Century Route. Visit our Time Trial information center to learn more.