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Moonlight Ramble canceled for 2018

Moonlight Ramble bike ride (Credit: KMOV) Moonlight Ramble bike ride (Credit: KMOV)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

The Moonlight Ramble has been canceled for this year.

The annual cycling event has been around for more than 50 years.

In May, Hubbard Radio obtained the rights from Emmis Communications. Hubbard then took ownership of stations KSHE 95 and 105.7 The Point.

The timing of that merger is part of the reason for the cancellation this year.

There is no word on next year, but organizers are hopeful to bring the event back in 2019.

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