Spoked Adventures

Explore with us.

Spoked Adventures specializes in guided day and overnight cycling trips around the Greater St. Louis area. In our years of exploration, we've found that there are certain destinations you can't reach by bike, which is why we have added canoeing and climbing to our tips.

All trips are designed to accommodate a wide range of experience, age, fitness and skill levels. Experienced guides will escort you on adventures that you may have never known existed just miles from your home.



- Day Trips -


Pedal and Paddle the Mississippi



Spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon pedaling up and paddling back down the Mississippi River. See the arch from both sides like few have. 


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- Overnight Trips -


Klondike Park 

Augusta, MO 

Pelican Island Reserve  

Lewis & Clark Township, MO 


Pedal the Katy Trail along beautiful MO bluffs to a peaceful stay in rustic log cabins. This trip will cover all types of landscape from city streets to dusty gravel paths. An ideal trip for beginners and experts alike.  


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Take an easy cruise to St. Charles where you'll board a giant wooden canoe and paddle to an island you never knew existed. St. Louis' own Big Muddy Adventures has been leading river tours since 2002 and we guarantee you won't find anyone who knows the water better than these pros. 


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Mosenthein Island 

Madison, IL

Pere Marquette State Park

Grafton, IL

One of our most exciting trips! Pedal from South St. Louis up to Columbia Bottoms Conservation Area where the folks from Big Muddy Adventures will lead a canoe journey down to Mosenthein Island. After a beautiful night of island camping, you'll have the unique opportunity paddle the Mississippi River to The Gateway Arch just like Lewis and Clark.


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Pedal up the Mississippi River to one of the most colorful State Parks in the area. If you thought this place was beautiful at ground level you should see it from above. Spoked Adventures has added the opportunity for a little rock climbing to get an aerial view of the Illinois River.



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