Moonlight Ramble Bike Ride
10pm | St. Louis
Our friends at KSHE 95 and Big River Race Management present the return of the Moonlight Ramble Bike Ride on Saturday, August 17th in Downtown St. Louis!
The annual Moonlight Ramble is the “World’s Original Nighttime Bicycle Ride” held in St. Louis, Missouri at night near the full moon in August.
Now celebrating its 55th ride, thousands of St. Louis bicyclists take to the streets, every summer, to take part in this unique, family-friendly event.
The event includes a leisurely bike ride through the streets of St. Louis, food trucks, a vendor/booth area, a commemorative event shirt, and an after-ride party with snacks, drinks, live music, and the opportunity to be a part of a St. Louis tradition, which keeps riders coming back year after year.
Riders may choose between a short (9.5 mile) and long (18.5 mile) ride. Advance choice is not required and the price is the same for either distance.
The Moonlight Ramble® is a leisurely ride to enjoy Saint Louis at night, largely free from traffic. It is NOT a race. There are no prizes, awards, places or official times.
Tickets are on sale NOW and can be purchased HERE
Rider Type: Standard 18+
Buttery soft, tri-blend event T-shirt
Access to exclusive vendor area
Snacks and beverages
Rider Type: Premium All Ages
Start in the first wave
Custom Moonlight Ramble Cycling Jersey
Custom pair of rad Goodr Sunglasses
Premium rider area access
Plus all standard rider benefits
Rider Type: Youth 6-17
Same as standard, minus the beer (duh!)
Rider Type: Child 5 and under
Same as standard, minus the t-shirt (t-shirts available for purchase)
More About the Moonlight Ramble
In partnership with Hubbard Radio and KSHE 95, St. Louis-based Big River Race Management is taking over race operations moving forward.
“Hubbard Radio was committed to finding a capable partner that could continue this signature St. Louis event for years to come, with a priority of keeping the event downtown. We are thrilled that Matt Helbig and his team at Big River Race Management will take over this event and ensure its future growth and success,” said Hubbard’s Director of Integrated Marketing and Events, Brad Buehlhorn.
“The Moonlight Ramble is an iconic event for the City of St. Louis and we are absolutely delighted to continue on its storied tradition!” said Matt Helbig, co-owner of Big River Race Management. “St. Louis has a vibrant and diverse cycling community and we look forward to bringing that community together for an unforgettable experience on the car-free, moonlit streets of St. Louis. The Moonlight Ramble is a unique, family friendly experience I want to enjoy with my children, and in the future, them with their children.”
Big River is proud to name St. Louis Bicycle Works as this year’s charity partner. “We’re excited to learn that Big River has taken over the reins of the Moonlight Ramble,” said Patrick Van Der Tuin, executive director, BWorks. “And we’re honored that Big River picked BWorks as the charity partner to benefit from this long-standing cycling tradition in the St. Louis region; especially as BWorks is celebrating our 30th anniversary. At BWorks, part of our mission is to inspire youth to explore new possibilities — we do this by working with them through our cycling, computer and book programs. Being involved with Moonlight Ramble is a perfect fit to help us further our goals.”
About Big River Race Management
Started in 2007, Big River Race Management is an event management company specializing in endurance events based in St. Louis, Missouri founded by native St. Louisians Matt Helbig and Tom Eckelman.
Big River annually works with St. Louis’ most iconic events including the GO! St. Louis Marathon, The St. Patrick’s Day Parade Run, Pedal the Cause, MO’ Cowbell Marathon and many others. Nationally Big River works with the TD Five Boro Bike Tour in New York City, the largest bicycle ride in North America.
Big River Race Management is a locally owned and operated business. In the past 10 years, Big River and its management have been recognized as industry leaders by the following organizations: St. Louis Business Journal, Running Industry Association, Sports Business Journal, Running USA and are recipients of the 2012 Pioneer Award from ChronoTrack Systems.