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Moonlight Ramble

(c) Adam Schicker
The Moonlight Ramble is now in its 54th year, and the nocturnal bike ride though the streets of the city is still going strong. The actual route remains a secret until late in the game, but rest assured you'll see a whole new St. Louis as the city is illuminated by the full moon. This year's ride begins at the intersection of Eighth and Cerre streets (Busch Stadium parking lot C; www.moonlightramble.com), which will be open for the pre-ride festivities, including cycling vendors and live music, at 9 p.m. Saturday, August 5. The course opens at 12:01 a.m. (technically Sunday morning), and you'll have a choice of routes: either the 9.5-mile run, or the 18.5-mile course. It's not a race, so just have fun out there, and remember, helmets are required for all riders. Registration is $10 for youth riders (up to age sixteen) and $25 for adults.

— Paul Friswold

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