St. Louis Recreational Cyclists
A bicycling group in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri area offering group rides at various ability levels.

St. Louis Recreational Cyclists is affiliated with
League of American Bicyclists
St. Louis Recreational Cyclists


About the St. Louis Recreational Cyclists

Member Area

If you are a member of STLRC and need a password for access, please send an email to the webmaster.


Watch for STLRC members wearing their new STLRC jerseys.

Road Closures

Wild Horse Creek Road CLOSURE for Bridge Replacement Project
Wild Horse Creek Road will be closed from today through October 29, 2018. There is a new bridge repair project that closes Wild Horse Creek Road two miles west of Centaur Road. Details at: Click Here

Special Rides

Covered Bridges of Parke County, Indiana

Oct 7-11
Make reservations.

STLRC End of Season Ride and Potluck

Tue, Oct 16
Save the date.

St. Genevieve Two Day Ride

Oct 23-24
Make reservations.

Charity Rides

Pedal the Cause

Sept 30, 2018
St. Louis, MO
Raise money for cancer research.

Mike Dailey Radtour

Sept 30, 2018
Columbia, IL
Support Bike Helmets for Kids.

Mission Statement

The mission of the club is to encourage and facilitate recreational bicycling activities as a part of a healthy lifestyle. This mission shall be accomplished by organizing and conducting recreational rides, promoting biking safety, providing social opportunities for club members, and gathering and disseminating information about recreational bicycling.


The club is a group of mature adults who enjoy riding on weekday mornings and other special times, during the spring, summer and autumn months.

  • Club Officers - Please see "Contact Us' tab on our Home Page for listing of present STLRC officers.
  • Ride leaders volunteer as needed and select the route for the ride they lead.
  • Ride leaders select the route for each respective ride.
  • Schedule and other information about planned rides is presented on this website.
  • St. Louis Recreational Cyclists have a variety of rides -- all of them essentially recreational in nature. Many try to avoid hilly routes, and ride an average of 25-35 miles at to a reasonable pace, taking occasional water/rest breaks during the ride. Others go for greater distances, at a faster pace, and sometimes over more hilly terrain.

Find a ride to suit your taste and join us!

Club Anti-harassment Policy

The club strictly adheres to an anti-harassment policy with its membership, volunteers, guests, and event participants.

  • To facilitate our mission, the club's goal is to provide an environment free from tensions created by ethnic, racial, sexual, religious, or political remarks.
  • Violation of this conduct may result in suspension or termination of membership privileges.

Club Bylaws

The club operates under these bylaws.