Lodging

Host Hotel

We have worked out discounted rates with our host hotel for both Friday and Saturday nights (August 25th and 26th). Our host hotel is the Holiday Inn Executive Center which is only minutes from the ride start/finish and after-party.

We HIGHLY recommend that you book rooms right away. Room prices are quoted at double occupancy rate.

Click Holiday Inn to reserve a room w/o breakfast ($ 99.95 w/o breakfast) USE CODE “BMN”

Click Holiday Inn to reserve a room with breakfast ($ 114.95 w/2 breakfast tickets) USE CODE “BMY”

Holiday Inn Executive Center (host hotel)

2200 I-70 SW Drive
Columbia, MO 65203
573-445-8531
Holiday Inn

After-Party Shuttle

Those staying at the host hotel can take advantage of our BikeMO after-party shuttle. Riders can head back to the hotel after finishing the ride to clean-up. Starting at approximately 1:30pm, the shuttle will start running between the hotel and the winery approximately every 30 minutes.

You can enjoy the party and not worry about having to drive afterwards! The final shuttle from the winery back to the hotel will leave from the A-frame at 9:30 sharp.

Additional Options

There are many lodging options available to participants. We highly recommend staying in Columbia or Rocheport both Friday and Saturday nights. Doing so will allow a full nights’ sleep before the ride and then allow riders to take part in the after-ride festivities at the winery on Saturday.

Rocheport

Rocheport has many lovely B&Bs. It is a busy weekend for them so there is limited availability for riders. If you are interested I would suggest booking very early.

Columbia

Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau
Columbia is minutes away from the winery and has many lodging options and great restaurants and nightlife.

Camping

Camping is available at the Davisdale and Diana Bend Conservation areas near Rocheport. Both are primitive camping areas with no services provided.

Campgrounds are available in nearby communities: Katy Roundhouse in New Franklin and Katfish Katy’s in Huntsdale, as well as several campgrounds and parks in the Columbia area.