Ride To Unite

Day 2: Saturday
Ride To Unite

Join us on Saturday,  August 31st, 2024 at 9:15 am for the annual Gateway Cup Ride to Unite, at Francis Park in South St. Louis. This FREE family event brings people of all ages and abilities together to enjoy a non-competitive 5-mile ride around the prestigious Bommarito Audi Gateway Cup Course alongside elite cyclists and local celebrities.

Tap into your inner cyclist and show your support for making cycling for everyone. Pro Cyclists will ride along as “champions’ to show that “we all ride the same road.”

THE RIDE: Cyclists (all types of cycles welcome) are invited to take 4 laps around Francis Park’s closed race course. If 5 miles is too long, cyclists may exit the course at any time. Afterwards, stick around and enjoy coffee on us and the exciting races and festivities.

Registration and CHECK-IN is at 8:15 AM through 9:00 AM at Francis Park in the Expo. Look for our CYCLE ST. LOUIS booth. START of Ride to Unite is 9:15 AM sharp! Registration is required! Download the poster HERE

All participants in the Ride to Unite will need to check in and get their participants bracelets.  WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE REGISTERING IN ADVANCE ON OUR REGISTRATION SITE HERE. For more information or questions, send an email to Cycle St. Louis

Cycle St. Louis is a partnership of organizations and individuals committed to building an inclusive cycling community in the St. Louis area. For more information go to our website at www.cyclestl.org


Parking will be available for Ride to Unite participants and friends at Nottingham School:

Nottingham School
4915 Donovan Avenue
St. Louis, MO

Hosted by Cycle St. Louis Partners: Big Shark Bicycle Company, St. Louis Children’s Hospital St. Louis – Cerebral Palsy Sports and Rehabilitation Center, Gateway Tykes on Trikes, Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN), Missouri Families for Effective Autism Treatment (MO-FEAT), St. Louis Arc, Ranken Jordan, St. Louis County Parks, Recreation Council of Greater St. Louis, Special Olympics Missouri, Team Activities for Special Kids (TASK) and Trailnet