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Route 66 Bicycles - Rolla, MO

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Joe Dirt Map

Here are two maps to help navigate the famous Joe Dirt ride.  The first map shows the two routes, and how they will be marked.  Orange arrows for the long route, and where the short route splits off, you'll see pink arrows until the short route re-joins the long route.  The other map shows street names, but be careful because nearly all the county road signs at the intersections are missing or destroyed.  Riding clockwise from the parking area, the names of the roads are as follows:

Long Route (the 25-mile Burley Joe Dirt Ride)(mapmyride link here)
1.  Meramec Farms Rd.
2.  Left on Klein Cut-off Rd.
3.  Right on South Klein Rd.
4.  Right on Burley Ridge Rd.
5.  Left to continue on Burley Ridge Rd.
6.  Right on Clark Rd.
7.  Right on Pitts Rd.
8.  Straight onto Mound Ridge Rd.
9.  Right on HWY 8 for 1/4 mile

Short Route (Regular ol' Joe Dirt)(everytrail link here)
1.  Meramec Farms Rd.
2.  Straight onto Cedar Ford Rd.
3.  Right on Benton Creek Rd.
4.  Right on Mound Ridge Rd. 
5.  Right on HWY 8 for 1/4 mile

 
 

Founded in 1996, Route 66 Bicycles is dedicated to serving the needs of area cyclists for years to come. Our philosophy is simple: You can't know bikes unless you ride them. Our staff puts years of experience behind every sale or repair. You can trust that we will not steer you off the trail.

At our shop you will find everything from high-end road bikes to affordable comfort bikes, as well as parts and accessories. Our job is to make sure you love your new bike and help you find more ways to ride it more often.

We promote cycling as a sport for everyone to enjoy. From the avid to recreational rider, road, tri, 'cross, or mountain, Route 66 will meet your needs.  Shop us online or visit us in Rolla, MO, the gateway to the Mark Twain National Forest.

Our shop is located just east of Kroger at the 63/ Kingshighway Intersection.
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