Announcing Spoked Adventures

Posted by Anne McCullough on March 5, 2017 | 16 Comments


Spoked Adventures


Announcing Spoked Adventures- a new business dedicated to providing all-inclusive adventure guide services which enable guests to explore by bike, canoe, and more.  Adventure With Us.

Spoked Adventures specializes in guided day and overnight cycling trips around the Greater St. Louis area.  We help participants engage with classic Missouri landmarks in new ways.  Experienced guides will escort you to exotic locations that you may have never known existed just miles from your home.

No-Hassle Exploration

All-inclusive means no worries.  Spoked Adventures handles everything so you can focus on the experience.  Experienced guides lead the rides, transport gear, cook meals, and offer instruction so guests can focus on what’s important – the adventure!

More Trips, More Ways

In our years of exploration we’ve found that there are certain great destinations you can’t reach by bike, which is why we’ve partnered with Big Muddy Adventures to incorporate canoe trips into events and have also included rock climbing into certain trips for vertical exploration.  From Roo at Big Muddy adventures, “We are really excited to partner with Spoked Adventures for these trips.  Biking and camping on wild river islands without ever leaving the St. Louis region, is something that should be on every St. Louisian’s to do list.”

Who’s invited? Everyone.

Our trips are designed to accommodate all experience, fitness, and skill levels.  Each trip features a long and short route option, as well as available assistance throughout the trip.

Trips Include:

Guided adventures include trips to Klondike Park, Greensfelder Park, Pere Marquette Park and exclusive camping on Pelican Island and Mosenthein island, accessible only by boat.  “You don’t need to drive hours away to have an unforgettable outdoor experience,” says owner, Matt Hartman.

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