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Participation in STLRC Rides & Hikes is at your own risk. STLRC assumes no liability.

Starting Location:  Chesterfield Athletic Fields parking

Time of Departure:  10:30 AM

Description: NO DROP 33 mile loop ride for intermediate riders at a slightly slower pace starting at the Chesterfield athletic Fields. We added Rieger, Pond, Manchester, Melrose, and Ossenfort Roads to the shorter 22 mile Loop ride to get to the 33 mile mark.

Distance & Elevation:  A little over 33 miles with 1367′ of climbing.  Speed: Sometime we cruise at 16+ mph on the flats.  Final average probably will be 12-13 mph average.  Shorter option for riders would be to just follow Wild Horse Creek back down to Centaur Road if only 22 miles is good enough for you.


  • West on I-64 (Hwy 40) to Exit #14 (Spirit of St. Louis Blvd.)
  • Up exit ramp to traffic roundabout,
  • Make a hard right turn onto the North Service Rd.
  • Go 0.1 mile and turn left on the road leading to the athletic fields.
  • Turn into parking lot on right. Park by the concession stand restrooms.

Cue Sheet:    Chesterfield Athletic Field – Hardt Loop 33

Navigation .fit File: Hardt Loop 33

RidewithGPS Smartphone file for 33 mile route

Experience Level:  3Cb              

Stops:  Restrooms available at ride start at Chesterfield Athletic Fields and at the John LeCave rest area.

Road Hazards:  

Weather Considerations: The ride will be canceled if: It’s raining or there is a high percentage prediction of rain, high winds, or it’s too cold. Please watch the weather forecasts and radar.  Check the website for any corrections or cancellations before you leave home.

Ride Leader:    Dale Markley  314-971-6555

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