Discover the Katy Trail, Day 3 - Missouri River Communities Network bikes the Katy

A group of four cyclists from the Missouri River Communities Network is riding the Katy Trail September 30th through October 7th as part of their "Discover the Katy Trail" project.

The group is meeting with community members, business owners, and community leaders, talking about the Katy Trail, the Missouri River, and what communities along the trail can do to work together.

Click the image on the right to see the group's full itinerary and schedule.

The Discover the Katy Trail blog is here.

Day 3: Sedalia to Boonville

KTMaC meeting at Hawthorn Bank in Windsor

Leaving Sedalia Fairgrounds where we had camped, we stopped briefly to admire the Bothwell Hotel, where many of the Katy’s travelers stay before hitting the trail once again.

Becky’s Treats, Pilot Grove

In Pilot Grove, just one stop before entering Boonville, we noticed a small sign on the Trail head community bulletin board: Becky’s Burgers and Cones.  Closing in 2 minutes!  We hurried for a treat – chocolate pudding pie and homemade apple cake and ice cream using apples from Becky’s tree.  The fuel kept us going uphill into Boonville, where we encountered more Tour de Ted riders and support.  They informed us of a new addition to the Boonville Depot, a “Fix it Station” including a bike repair stand,

Fix it Station, Boonville

tools, and pump.  We also had a chance to chat with Chuck of Chuck’s Bikes in Boonville.  He does mobile bike repair – just give him a call (660)537-2048 and he’ll be there in 5! 

Read the full story of their Katy Trail trip here.

Complete schedule & itinerary for the trip.

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