I cruise a couple of days weekly, but not in this little interstate piss-stop of a town, eventhough there is a short teen cruise route that has been active for more than 60 years. Several generations of young drivers have cut their teeth on it and tons of tickets have been issued, as the city and county popo feeds off the young and dumb. The town is about 5 miles square and usually contains more traffic than a town twice its size should have. The main drag is also a truck route, crossed by BNSF tracks and riddled with stop lights. Most all cross-streets are clustered with stop signs at each block. So, I cruise the county roads or utilize the interstate when I want to stretch my pony's legs. There are many good county and state road routes to drive that takes about an hour or less to run. Rural MO roads are curvy, hilly and in fairly good condition. A major negative is, most curves aren't banked at all, so a driver has to be reasonable and know what his steed is capable of handling.