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Antiques and Icecream

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 135 miles / 217.3 km
  • Ride Time: 1 day
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $10.26
  • State: Missouri
Submitted by:
Anonymous_Motorcyclist

Empty your saddlebags before you start.Patton junction is a good stop for gas and refreshments.The HideAWay Cafe is on the right about 6 miles before Marquand. Great homemade pies or try a Cinnamon roll for breakfast. I dare you!Marquand has the Castor River Roadhouse. Good Eats. A small winery and a nice park. JJ is an old Blacktop about 5 miles long that gets you over to 67. Watch for Pats Treasure box on the left on 67. Cool Junk store. Only open on weekends. On up the road is Fred's Bargain Barn also on the left. Cherokee pass is a good place for gas or stop for a root beer at dog n suds. Highway 72 to Arcadia is a great ride. Watch for antique shops on the way. There are several on Main street in Ironton also. Don't miss the Plunder Palace on your way to Pilot Knob. Caledonia has a nice Icecream and antique store, A cool old General store and a restaraunt. Great place to relax a while. On your way to Farmington the ride through St. Joe park is great. In Knob Lick there is an old store where you can get refreshments.

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Best Time to Go

Fall

Road Characteristics:

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