Tour de Corn is an annual bicycle ride in East Prairie, Missouri, in the southeast corner of the state. Ride some of mid-America's less-traveled rural highways with broad vistas of bayous, crop land and nature. Savor the flavor of fresh sweet corn at rest stops and enjoy the camaraderie of hundreds of other cyclists.
There are options of 15, 30, 60, and 100 miles on flat, well-marked rural highways, as well as on portions of the Mississippi River Cycling Trail. Rest stops are provided on all routes, as well as SAG service. Helmets are required, and cyclists must obey all traffic rules.
Riders and their families are invited to be attend the Main Street Party on the evening before the ride as the community celebrates America and Tour de Corn.
|06-28-2014||Tour de Corn - Savor the flavor of fresh sweet corn at rest stops on this annual southeast Missouri ride. 15, 30, 60, and 100-mile options.|