bicycle/music festival -
May 26th & 27th, 2018
Pedaler's Jamboree is a music festival created for bicycle riders and non-riders alike! Get a ticket for a weekend bicycle ride full of adventure or a non-rider ticket for the Kemper Park festivities available in Boonville on May 26th! GET READY FOR THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION OF THE JAMBOREE! There are great things in the works for this year's ride!
Bicyclists start at Flat Branch Park from 7:30 am to 10 am in Columbia, MO. Flat Branch Park is located at 101 South 4th St, Columbia, MO. This is the beginning of the MKT trail which connects to the Katy Trail State Park.
For non-riders with ticket passes to the Kemper Park Festivities, gates open at 3 pm on Saturday, May 26th. Kemper Park is located at 757 3rd St, Boonville, MO behind the YMCA building. Cars will not be permitted in the park. Free street side parking will be located close to the YMCA building.
Bicyclists depart from Columbia, MO, on the morning of Saturday, May 26th. Drop off your overnight packs at check in and prepare for a weekend of relaxed bike riding, music, and fun. Enjoy the scenic views of the Katy Trail State Park as you ride on crushed limestone trails flanked by cliffs and the Missouri River. Stop at your convenience at a handful of locations to enjoy live music and entertainment. Bands will play throughout the day in communities across the trail.
The final destination, Boonville's awesome Kemper Park, will once again host the feature event with main stage music. Overnight camping at Kemper Park will be free for all registered riders! Hotel/motel accommodations are available at local establishments. There will be food available at restaurants throughout the town of Boonville as well as food vendors at Kemper Park.
Daily riding distances:
Columbia to Boonville: 30 miles (ramble out on Saturday, stumble back on Sunday)
What is included in registration:
Gear Transport of 2 bags to campsite (not hotels), compilation CD (with music from all the artists on the ride), Sag Support, Camping, A weekend full of music and entertainment. Free entry to all trailside music venues as well as Kemper Park.