Ride to Unite is Cycle St. Louis’ main annual awareness event that precedes the Gateway Cup competitive races on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend at Francis Park in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood. It’s a fun, 5-mile ride on the closed race course that is geared for individuals with disabilities but EVERYONE (all ages and abilities) is encouraged to participate, including families with children. Professional and amateur racers ride alongside ride alongside participants to demonstrate their support of more inclusive cycling community in the St. Louis region.  After the ride, participants can enjoy free coffee, learn more about adaptive cycling and enjoy exciting competitive racing. Stay tuned for 2020 details.

Start of the ride, tons of cyclists taking off. Thumbs up by an a young adapted cyclist who is having fun. Delta Gamma Center Tandem Adventurers captain and stoker. Captain and blind stoker with amazing smiles after the ride. Shows pure joy. Side by side adapted trike with father and daughter. Family riding close by. Beautiful smile from an adapted cyclists.