I-44, Gray Summit, back country roads
- Distance: 108 miles / 173.8 km
- Ride Time: 1-2 hours
- Approximate Fuel Costs: $8.21
- State: Missouri
I live just outside of Gray Summit Missouri and when I want to get away on the motorcycle for a couple of hours this is the route I love. If you come to the Gray Summit exit you'll follow HWY 100 and you'll love the first 5 miles of the rolling hills and curves.From 100 you'll turn right onto Fox Creek that you take you from Franklin County right into St. Louis County. Fox Creek is a nice rolling hills road that is known by us locals as the 7 hills of hell. As a teenager we jumped these hills and now as a 40+ adult going over these hills can make your stomach queasy. From Fox Creek you'll turn left onto Allenton Six Flags Road. As the road says you'll pass the western part of Six Flags and can even hear the coasters in the back ground. Six Flags Road will take you past one of the nicest St. Louis County Parks. Next is a right on Melrose, keep your speed down and follow it across Hwy 109 to Woods Avenue. Woods is less than 2 miles but you'll love it, consider it a small treat. From Woods I jump you on to Manchester Rd. and then onto 109...follow 109 to Eatherton to Centaur Rd. to Wild Horse Creek to Ossenfort and just enjoy the scenery! Now it's time to hit the throttle and enjoy Hwy T and Hwy V. Once you find HWY 50 You'll head back towards 44 but take AT to HWY O. (Or if you've had enough take 44 back home) Once on Hwy O. just enjoy the hills and the curves. Now go from O to N to 30 to NN to F to N to Bend rd. to Old Gray Summit Rd back to 44. N, 30 NN and the others just add to the back country roads. Enjoy!
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