2020 Pedaler’s Jamboree
The Pedaler’s Jamboree is a music festival hosted along the Katy trail! Historically the ride began at Flat Branch Park in Columbia, Missouri and the festival held Kemper Park in Boonville. This year the route has changed.
The historic flooding of 2019 closed multiple sections of the trail and required the Pedaler’s Jamboree directors to make multiple route changes. While waters have receded, the trail still shows the damage from the summer floods. In particular, the Salt Creek bridge between Rocheport and Franklin, MO is still heavily damaged and needs to be replaced (the trail will be detoured on Hwy 240 and 40 for everyday users).
With advanced notice this year it has been decided that the Capital City will host the main stage and overnight of the 2020 Pedaler’s Jamboree. Riders will start in Columbia and ride through various stops as usual, including Cooper’s Landing. Once riders reach the capital, they will enter the festival on the Pat Jones Pedestrian Bridge and travel to the final overnight host destination at the famed Missouri State Penitentiary. Main stage festivities and camping will be hosted on-site.
- Advanced adult tickets are $55
- Advanced youth Tickets are $40
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Pedaler’s Jamboree FAQ
How long is the Pedaler’s Jamboree ride?
The daily distance of the ride is 30 miles.
How fast do I need to ride in the Pedaler’s jamboree?
Not very. This ride is leisurely and all about fun.
How can I get my tent and gear to Kemper Park?
Organizers include the transport of 2 bags to the event.
How do I get back to Columbia after the Pedaler’s Jamboree?
A shuttle will run Sunday morning for $15 per rider.
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 the Penitentiary.
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